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Lecture Hall I, 34-D-1-210

TU Delft Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering

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Can I really read your emotions if I look deep into your eyes? The importance of replication studies



Abstract

Dr Joost de Winter will tell us about his research project, which aims to replicate the study from the '60 reported in the Science journal, which investigated whether eye pupils change their size in response to emotional stimuli.

Who should come?

Anyone interested in reproducible research practices.


Agenda

  • 15.45 - Registration
  • 15.50 - 16.00 - Opening remarks by Dr Carlien Hillebrink, Policy Advisor, NWO
  • 16.00 - 16.45 - Talk by Dr Joost de Winter
  • 16.45 - 17.00 - Q&A and closing remarks by Prof. Hans Hellendoorn, Head of Cognitive Robotics Department
  • 17.00 - Drinks reception

This seminar is part of the series "Future Forward: Science in the Open Era" organised by TU Delft Library.


About the speaker

Joost de Winter (1979) is an associate professor working on 'Cognitive Human-Robot Interaction' in the section Human-Robot Interaction at the Department of Cognitive Robotics, Faculty of 3mE, Delft University of Technology.

His key interests include virtual reality, driving simulation, applied statistics, automated driving, psychophysiological assessment of operators, and 'adaptive automation', that is, automation that adapts to the operator state.

Further information is available on this page: sites.google.com/site/jcfdewinter



About "Future Forward: Science in the Open Era" seminar series

Most likely you would have heard something about Open Science. But….

  • What does it really mean in practice?
  • What are the implications of Open Science, in particular for applied research?
  • Are there any real benefits of practising Open Science?
  • And should all research be open?... What about commercial collaborations? What about privacy considerations? What about scientific competition?


The aim of these seminars is to facilitate discussion, give the floor to opposing views and learn from each other. Everyone is welcome: proponents, enthusiasts, sceptics and outspoken opponents. Controversy is allowed (and welcome!).


So… join us every second month to listen to an inspiring speaker on the topic, and participate in a lively discussion afterwards.


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TU Delft Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering

Mekelweg 2

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