NordiCHI 2022

At NordiCHI researchers gather to discuss the development of Human computer interaction research. At this years event we are hosting a hybrid session about eye tracking and human behavior. 



Aarhus, Denmark and online



About our session

Title: Eye tracking and human behavior – research as objective as it can get

Eye tracking as a research method can be used in a variety of applications, it is a versatile yet reliable tool in understanding human behavior. Whether while designing concepts and spaces, or in evaluating ready solutions, eye tracking is an objective measure. Combined with other methods or stand alone, eye tracking is a robust tool to work with the most valuable data there is – human behavior.

The main objective is to give the attendees an understanding of how eye tracking is used as a scientific research method. Eye tracking has been prevalent in traditional research areas of psychology, cognitive science and medical research, however the portability and affordability of eye tracking devices have brought more attention and a variety of application fields to light.

How to attend

Date: October 9th

Time: 16:30/4.30pm CET

You can choose to attend onsite in Aarhus, or online. Please sign up for the option that suits you:


Sign me up for the ONSITE session

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About the speaker


Veronika Petrovych is an Account Manager at Tobii, responsible for academic customers in the Nordics. Having performed own scientific research before joining Tobii, she applies her hands-on knowledge of eye tracking in academia when addressing the user needs across a variety of research areas.