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ETAVI Program

D 12 March 2020    

Registration (8:30 - 9:00)

Welcome (9:00 - 9:10)

Invited talk (9:10 - 10:00)
Eye movements research in aviation from Fitts to nowadays
Leandro L. Di Stasi, University of Granada, Spain

Break (10:00 - 10:30)
Coffee, Networking & Sponsor Booths

Session I (10:30 - 12:30)
Gaze Education in Piloting Training: a Way to Develop Adaptive Expertise
Dubois Emilien, Cyril Camachon and Christophe Hurter

Towards eye tracking as a support tool for pilot training and assessment
Diederick C. Niehorster, Michael Hildebrandt, Anthony Smoker, Halszka Jarodzka and Nicklas Dahlström

Ab initio trainee’s behavior up to experienced pilots during real world landing scenes: eye tracking analysis
Jason Khoury, Colin Blättler and Ludovic Fabre

Did you see what your trainee pilot’s seeing? Integrated eye tracker in the simulator to improve instructor’s monitoring performance
Wen-Chin Li, Julius Jakubowski, Braithwaite Graham and Jingyi Zhang

Virtual reality versus real-life training to learn checklists for light aircraft
Vsevolod Peysakhovich, Louis Monnier, Mélanie Gornet and Stéphane Juaneda

Monitoring eye movements in real flight condition
Frédéric Dehais, Stéphane Juaneda and Vsevolod Peysakhovich

Using Lempel-Ziv Complexity algorithm to detect scan pattern differences between novice and expert pilots
Christophe Lounis, Vsevolod Peysakhovich and Mickaël Causse

Eye-tracking in aviation: a new method for detecting learned visual scan patterns of cockpit instrument in simulated flight
Stephanie Brams, Rafaël Rejtman, Oron Levin, Gal Ziv, Ignace Tc Hooge and Werner Helsen

Lunch Break (12:30 - 14:00)
Lunch & Networking

Sponsor Presentations (14:00 - 15:00)

Session II (15:00 - 16:45)
Lessons learned
Lessons Learned from Developing Gaze Tracking Tools for ATM and Flight Deck Training
Michael Hildebrandt, Jens-Patrick Langstrand and Hoa Thi Nguyen

The state and promise of eye tracking – from laboratory to operation
Jeanine Vlasblom, Rolf Zon and Jelke van der Pal

The Need for Eye Tracking Studies in Helicopter Pilots – A Position Stand
Gal Ziv

Brain, gaze behavior and perceptual-cognitive skills in aviation: what is yet to be studied?
Stephanie Brams, Gal Ziv, Oron Levin, Johan Wagemans, A. Mark Williams and Werner Helsen

Attentional span of aircraft pilots: did you look at the speed?
Jonay Ramon Alaman, Mickaël Causse and Vsevolod Peysakhovich

Real-time Eye-Tracking and Processing during Pilot-UAV Interaction
Gaganpreet Singh, Raphaelle Roy and Caroline Ponzoni Carvalho Chanel

Towards Pilot-Aware Cockpits
Luis Lutnyk, David Rudi and Martin Raubal

Break (16:45 - 17:15)
Coffee, Networking & Sponsor Booths

Roundtable (17:15 - 18:15)
Future directions on eye-tracking in aviation for academia and industry
Julia Behrend, Head of Safety Research, Air France
Thibault Vandebrouck, CTO, Hinfact
Christophe Hurter, Professor of Computer Science, ENAC

Closing (18:15 - 18:30)

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