Call for Application: European Summer School on Eye Movements (ESSEM) 2014

This call came in over the EM_LIST:

This is the first call for the European Summer School on Eye Movements (ESSEM), funded by the Boehringer-Ingelheim-Stiftung and organised by Christoph Klein (Freiburg/Bangor) and Ulrich Ettinger (Bonn). ESSEM 2014 will be held at the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry of the University of Freiburg, Germany, from 8th to 13th September 2014.

ESSEM brings together internationally renowned researchers to teach students in the theories, neural bases, experimental designs and statistical analysis of eye movements studies in basic science as well as applied settings. Please see below for a preliminary list of speakers.

We are pleased to now invite applications from students and researchers at the PhD/MD or early post-doctoral level. Financial support is available for participants’ travel and accommodation expenses. The course fee is €250 and includes catering (lunch, coffee) throughout the summer school.

Participants are expected to present a poster of a study they have carried out (not necessarily involving oculographic methods) on the first day of ESSEM.

To apply, please send a cover letter with brief personal statement on why you wish to attend ESSEM, your current CV and the abstract for your poster presentation to The deadline for applications is 31st May 2014.

For further information please visit or contact

With best wishes,

Christoph Klein & Ulrich Ettinger

Preliminary List of Speakers, ESSEM 2014:

Giuseppe Boccignone (Italy)
Ulrich Ettinger (Germany)
Tom Foulsham (UK)
Mark Greenlee (Germany)
Sam Hutton (UK)
Yukko Hyönä (Finland)
Alan Kingston (Canada)
Christoph Klein (Germany/UK)
Bruno Laeng (Norway)
Rebekka Lencer (Germany)
Susana Martinez-Conde (USA)
René Müri (Switzerland)
Nadine Petrovksy (Germany)
Pierre Pouget (France)
Nikolaos Smyrnis (Greece)
Werner Sommer (Germany)

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