EyeQuant is based on decades of groundbreaking neuroscientific research. Our team’s researchers and Scientific Advisory Board are regarded as the world’s most esteemed experts on the theory and computational modeling of attentional processes and have published extensively in high impact journals.
Relevant Peer-Reviewed Publications by the EyeQuant Team and EyeQuant’s Scientific Advisory Board
Koch, C. and Tsuchiya, N. (2012) Attention and consciousness: Related yet different. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16 (2). pp. 103-105.
Milosavljevic, M. and Madsen, E. and Koch, C. and Rangel, A. (2011) Fast saccades toward numbers: Simple number comparisons can be made in as little as 230 msec. Journal of Vision, 11 (4). pp. 1-12.
Zhao, Q. and Koch, C. (2011) Learning a saliency map using fixated locations in natural scenes. Journal of Vision, 11 (3). pp. 1-15.
Wilming N., Betz T., Kietzmann TC. and König P. Measures and limits of models of fixation selection. PloS One 6:e24038
Kaspar K and König P (2011). Viewing behavior and the impact of low-level image properties across repeated presentations of complex scenes. Journal of Vision 11:26,1–29
Frey HP, Wirz KT, Willenbockel V, Betz T, Schreiber C, Troscianko T and König P ( 2011). Beyond correlation: do color features influence attention in Rainforest? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5:36
Betz T, Kietzmann TC, Wilming N and König P (2010). Investigating task-dependent top-down effects on overt visual attention. Journal of Vision 10:15,1-14
Soltani, A. and Koch, C. (2010) Visual Saliency Computations: Mechanisms, constraints and the effect of feedback. Journal of Neuroscience, 30 . pp. 12831-12843.
Wilming N, Wolfsteller F, König P, Caseiro R, Xavier J and Araújo H (2009). Attention models for vergence movements based on the JAMF framework and the popeye robot. VISAPP 2009, Lisboa, Portugal
Steger J, Wilming N, Wolfsteller F, Höning, N and König, P (2008). The jamf attention modelling framework. WAPCV 2008, Santorini, Greece (2008)
Itti, L. and Koch, C. (2001) Feature combination strategies for saliency-based visual attention. Systems Journal of Electronic Imaging, 10 . pp. 161-169.
Scientific Advisory Board
Professor Christof Koch, PhD, California Institute of Technology and Allen Institute for Brain Research
Professor Dr. Christof Koch is Chief Scientific Officer at the Allen Institute for Brain Research, initiated with a 100$ mm donation by Microsoft-founder Paul Allen. Prior to joining Allen Institute, Koch was Lois and Victor Troendle Professor of Cognitive and Behavioral Biology at the California Institute of Technology. Koch is best known for his groundbreaking work on the neuroscience of consciousness (with Nobel laurate Francis Crick) and is considered one of the most influential neuroscientists of our time.
Professor Laurent Itti, PhD, University of Southern California
Professor Laurent Itti, PhD, is Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of Southern California (USC) and has pioneered the field of computational modeling of attentional processes since the early 90s. Itti is also the author of the standard text book on the neurobiology of attention.
Professor Milica Milosavljevic, PhD
Professor Milosavljevic's research interests include Attention & Perception, Visual Marketing, Decision Making, Behavioral Economics and Neuro-Economics. In particular, she examines how consumer attention operates in a cluttered marketplace and how consumers make choices. Her research involves a variety of methodologies, including behavioral experiments, eye-tracking, and fMRI. Professor Milosavljevic holds a Ph.D. degree in Marketing and has completed 4 years of postdoctoral research in Neuro-Economics at Caltech. She teaches Bachelor and MBA courses in Consumer Behavior, Promotions, and Marketing Management.
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