Welcome to ECEM 2024

The 22nd European Conference on Eye Movements will take place at Maynooth University, Co. Kildare, Ireland
from August 25th to 29th, 2024. The goal of the conference is to promote communication and cooperation between participants from diverse areas such as neurophysiology, psychology, medical sciences, linguistics, computer science, human factors and many others. An important feature of ECEM is the presentation of state-of-the art equipment and software by manufacturers of eye movement recording systems.

Submission of contributions and registration is via ConfTool.

Important dates

29 February 2024 10 April 2024 Extended deadline for proposals of symposia
10 May 2024 Notification of acceptance for symposia
10 April 2024 28 April 2024 Extended deadline for talks and posters
26 May 2024 31 May 2024 Notification of acceptance for talks and posters
1 April 2024 (Early) registration opens
1 June 2024 Deadline for early registration
11 August 2024 Registration closes!

ECEM 2024 Schedule Overview

For a general overview of the schedule, see the table below:

ECEM 2024 - Schedule

The full conference schedule can be viewed here.

In addition, the full conference schedule plus abstracts has been setup on a Trello board. Registered participants will shortly receive an email from Trello inviting them to access the board as an observer. This will involve a one-time authentication step.

Finally, ECEM 2024 will provide a booklet with detailed conference information including abstracts for keynotes, symposia, talks and posters. Every participant will receive a printed version of the booklet in their conference bag.

Registration Fees

Registration for the conference is available on ConfTool.

Registration includes access to all talks, posters and the exhibition. Wireless network is available on site. Lunches and refreshments are all included in the registration fee.

Category Early
(until 1 June)
(after 1 June)
Students (including PhD-Students) €200 €250
Regular €300 €350
Industry €400 €450

Accomodation in Maynooth

The organising team has secured a large number of university accommodation and hotel rooms for the conference. Terms differ, but most arrangements will be valid until late July.