JHU IEEE Distinguished Speaker | Dr. Boris Gramatikov
Monday, April 25, 2011 at 5:30pm
Hackerman Hall, B17 3400 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA
Dr. Boris Gramatikov
Asst. Professor, Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins
Past Chair & Present Director for Continuing EE Education, IEEE Baltimore
presents an exciting talk on eye-tracking biomedical technologies entitled
"Detecting eye fixation using retinal information – from biophysics to optoelectronics and instrumentation"
Precise eye tracking is a challenging task, and as a rule requires calibration. This work explores the possibility of employing retinal information to truly identify the direction of gaze with the help of the birefringent properties of the Henle fibers – with or without calibration. Progress on the development of a device for checking proper alignment of the eyes for diagnostic purposes will be reported. Special attention will be paid to electronics, optomechanical designs, computer modeling, computing hardware, signal processing methods and more.
Who: Dr. Boris Gramatikov and IEEE @ JHU
Co-Sponsors: Biomedical Engineering Dept, Something Else
Where: Johns Hopkins Homewood Campus | Hackerman Hall B17
When: Monday, April 25, 2011 at 5:30p
More Info & RSVP: ieee.ece.jhu.edu/gramatikov
A reception with catered refreshments will follow.
Please RSVP by April 22 at ieee.ece.jhu.edu/gramatikov
We look forward to seeing you there.
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