A celebratory symposium October 19, 2017
How Lund University Humanities Lab has changed research
Welcome and introduction, Director Marianne Gullberg
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away..., Sven Strömqvist
Eye-movements – from news reading to ergonomics, Nils Holmberg
Wr-eye-ting, Victoria Johansson
From speaking tongues to chatting cats, Susanne Schötz
Standing avocados, or when ratings of sentences and brain processing tell different stories, Annika Andersson
Seeing the past in 3D – 3D archeology and the Humanities Lab, Nicolò Dell’Unto
Crossing borders through digital archaeo-artistic sketching about life and death, Magali Ljungar-Chapelon
The laboratory of linguistic diversity: a view from the field, Niclas Burenhult
Who gestures more – Swedes or Italians? Research on multimodality in the Humanities Lab, Maria Graziano
The effect of sleep on emotional memory, Per Davidson
Hoarse voices and noisy classrooms: how are children and teachers affected? Viveka Lyberg Åhlander
Concluding remarks – the present and the future, Dean Lynn Åkesson
Drinks and mingle
Outreach event October 20, 2017
Come and try out some of our tools!
- Can using your gaze instead of a mouse improve your gaming skills?
- Do you have an eye for art?
- Are you as good a writer as you think?
- Can you create a 3D copy of a sculpture?
- How did a rich banker in Pomepeii decorate?