Based on great success of the previous courses and substantial request for further courses, SMI and Lund University Humanities Lab in Lund, Sweden, will realize the 3rd Lund Eye Tracking Academy (LETA). Hosted by Kenneth Holmqvist and his team, the course will take place on February 18-20, 2009.
This training course is open for all researchers and investigators just before or in the early phases of using eye-tracking, and for users wanting to refresh their knowledge of their system. It is open for attendees from universities as well as from industry. As part of the course, attendees will work hands-on with sample experiments, from experimental design to data analysis. Participants will train on state-of-the-art SMI eye-tracking systems, but the course is largely hardware independent and open to users of other systems.
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SMI considers this course as a great opportunity for our existing and future customers. In order to drive the inherent quality of eye-tracking studies, grow knowledge and foster experience exchange SMI will support attendance of our customers or soon-to-be customers:
The number of attendees is limited - request your participation with the LETA team today.
Detailed information on the course, venue, registration and program can be found on the course website of LETA.