Virtual Environments: Current TOpics in psychological Research (VECTOR)

Dear fellow scientists, dear colleagues,

submissions and registrations for the 2nd workshop on “Virtual
Environments: Current TOpics in psychological Research” (VECTOR) are now
open. The workshop will be held at the Leibniz-Institut für
Wissensmedien in Tübingen from July 25th to July 27th. Participation is
free. The 2nd VECTOR Workshop is generously supported by the
Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien, the Centre of Integrative
Neurosciences, and the University of Tübingen.

The 2nd VECTOR workshop will bring both experts and young scientists
together to discuss the prospects of virtual reality (VR) technologies
for psychological experiments, therapies, trainings, and immersive user
experiences. The workshop focuses on the combination of VR applications
and Serious Gaming, but we welcome everyone who is interested in the
application of VR technologies. VECTOR will be a forum to present and
discuss recent results, ongoing work and new technologies, and foster
interdisciplinary collaboration. Aside from talk and poster sessions,
there will be keynote presentations by renown VR researchers (Giuseppe
Riva, Marta Ferrer-García, Valerie J. Shute, Mareike Gooßes).
Furthermore, we will explore the practical implementation of VR in
different tutorial sessions.

If you want to present your work, or if you have a suggestion for your
own tutorial, you can send us your abstract via:
Deadline for submissions is 29th of April. On the website, we are also
suggesting some topics as an orientation for your contribution.
No matter whether you would like to submit a contribution or if you are
just interested in VR and want to attend the workshop, please register via:
There are no costs for you (and we use your mail address only for
information about the workshop), but we need the number of participants
for our organization.

We are looking forward to your contributions and we would be delighted
to welcome you at the 2nd VECTOR workshop.

with kind regards,
Johannes Lohmann, Philipp Schroeder, Manuel Ninaus, Tobias Meilinger,
Korbinian Moeller, Christian Plewnia, Martin Butz

Organizational Committee of the 2nd VECTOR Workshop 2018
Also visit the VECTOR Homepage: