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BIO Krzysztof Krejtz

 

Krzysztof Krejtz

Ph.D. / Assistant Professor

 

Institute of Psychology
Head of the Eye Tracking Research Center
Faculty of Psychology in Warsaw
Department of Cognitive, Development and Education Psychology

Profile

Dr. Krejtz received his doctoral degree from the University of Warsaw. His research interests focus on the human-computer interaction (HCI) ̶ including social aspects of using information and communication technology, methodology of eye-tracking research, and models of visual attention, in particular in the context of multimedia learning and teaching. He is one of the precursors of social psychology of the internet in Poland.

Dr. Krejtz is a member of the Association for Computer Machinery (ACM), and a member of the steering committee of the Eye Tracking Research and Applications (ACM ETRA) conference. He organized and co-organized international scientific conferences on eye-tracking, such as the 2018 and 2019 ACM ETRA conferences in Warsaw and Denver, Colorado, and the Polish Eye Tracking Conference in Warsaw and Lublin.

In 2017, Dr. Krejtz was a Visiting Professor at Ulm University in Germany. He also conducted workshops and delivered guest lectures in various research institutions, including the Max-Planck Institute in Karlsruhe, Germany, the University of Bergen in Norway, ETH Zurich in Switzerland, and Tobii Pro in Stockholm, Sweden.

Dr. Krejtz published numerous articles on his research results in peer-reviewed Polish and international academic journals.

At SWPS University, he teaches classes in eye-tracking, research methodology, and statistics.