Otto Lappi, PhD is a Research Fellow of the Academy of Finland, and Senior University Lecturer in Cognitive Science at the University of Helsinki. He is the PI of a research group investigating the cognitive basis of everyday and expert performance. His experimental work combines naturalistic field studies, simulator, VR and laboratory experiments.
Dr. Lappi is a COLIBRI visiting fellow at the Institute of Psychology with Prof. Guilherme Maia De Oliveira Wood. While in Graz he will be working with COLIBRI bridge doctorate Thomas Kanatschnig on analysing eye tracking data on volleyball experts, and developing an experiment to study eye movement behaviour in race driving in the TU Graz driving simulator.
He will also give a series of talks entitled “Cognitive Science in the Wild: Working with Data” at HS 02.21, Universitätsplatz 2, 2nd floor on the following days:
- Cognitive Science In The Wild: Acquiring Data | 28th of April, 10:00am – 12:00pm
- Understanding your data + Good habits Case study - Eye tracking & performance data on race driving Part I: Eye Tracking data | 5th of May, 11:45am – 13:45pm
- Case study - Eye tracking & performance data on race driving Part II: Performance data & Case study - Part III: Combining eye tracking & performance data for added insight | 12th of May, 12:45pm – 14:45pm
- Beyond data: working with ideas: Integrative concepts…and into the wild | 19th of May, 10:00am – 12:00pm