New sensors for measuring behavior

Schedule: Thursday 7th June, 10:00 - 15:20, G34

10:00-10:20    Sukru Eraslan, Yeliz Yesilada and Simon Harper.
Crowdsourcing a Corpus of Eye Tracking Data on Web Pages: A Methodology
10:20-10:40    Murtazina Elena, Trifonova Natalya, Zhuravlev Boris, Matiulko Irina and Gorovaya Anna.
Competitive and Cooperative Models of Joint Activities in Dyads by Using Biological Feedback from Electromyographic Signals
10:40-11:00    Alyx Milne, Mollie Taylor and Robyn Grant.
How do Sea lions detect texture using their whiskers?
11:00-11:30    Coffee
11:30-11:50    Oludamilare Matthews, Simon Harper and Markel Vigo.
Towards Arousal Sensing With High Fidelity Detection of Visual Focal Attention
11:50-12:10    Rana Khayyat, Robyn Grant, Kirsty Shaw and Louise Melling.
The Effect Of Wing Tears On The Flight Behaviour Of Common Pipistrelle Bats (Pipistrellus Pipistrellus)
12:10-12:30    Ruth Sims, Matthew Hart and Anastasia Vasina.
Use of wearable devices to reduce musculoskeletal risk behaviours
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 14:20  Marina Terra-Braga, Maria Isabel Ferraz-De-Oliveira, José António Lopes-De-Castro and Elvira Sales-Baptista.
Sheep nocturnal grazing behavior using infrared point-of-view camera – a preliminary study
14:20 - 14:40  Nick Van Loy, Griet Verbeeck and Elke Knapen.
High accuracy indoor positioning system to monitor spatial use in dwellings
14:40-15:00    Adam Brooker, Andrew Davie and Herve Migaud.
Observing the Fine-Scale Behaviour of Cleaner Fish in Commercial Salmon Net Pens Using Passive-Acoustic Telemetry
15:00 - 15:20  Siiri Silm.
Mobile-phone based data-collection methods for social studies: case studies from Estonia

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