Researchers and entrepreneurs share their eye tracking research in fields of education, as well as how they applied their findings to establish themselves commercially in the EdTech space. Learn how eye tracking is enabling innovative research that revolutionizes learning worldwide.
During the presentation our experts will discuss:
Amanda Bentley - Event host
Sr. Director of Sales and Business Development at Tobii
Amanda helps customers integrate eye tracking in their devices and solutions — primarily in the healthcare and education sector, and greatly enjoys acting as the bridge between technology and sales.
CEO at BrainLeap
Jeff is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business and an experienced entrepreneur and digital marketer. He has worked with many small and growing businesses over the past 20 years – from biotech to software to fashion photography. Jeff has a passion for helping children reach their full potential.
Dr. Leanne Chukoskie
Ph.D., Chief Science Officer at BrainLeap
In collaboration with Dr. Jeanne Townsend, Leanne conceptualized BrainLeap’s attention training games and assessments, ensuring they incorporate the elements necessary to train and accurately measure attention. Leanne is an Associate Professor at Northeastern University where her lab develops sensor-enabled experiences for assessment, intervention, and education, especially for individuals with developmental differences.
President at Lexplore
Steve has spent 25 years in ed-tech with roles ranging from product management to strategy to corporate and business development and international business. He leads the Lexplore business in the USA as its President and is passionate about Lexplore's mission to improve the world, one reader at a time.
Gustaf Öqvist Seimyr
Co-founder at Lexplore
Gustaf Öqvist Seimyr is a researcher in reading at the Marianne Bernadotte Centre, Karolinska Institutet. He is a computational linguist, and his research focuses on measuring and analyzing eye movements to create greater understanding of how vision works in health and disease under everyday circumstances such as reading, interpreting images, or facial recognition.