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ASF is organising a workshop on The Role of Attention in Sustainability and Discrimination on 1 July 2022 as part of the EGPROC 2022 conference. The workshop is aligned with some of ASF's interests and will focus on research that addresses pressing issues, e.g., discrimination and sustainability, especially if the research has applications of attention and process-tracing methods too.

Event details of The Role of Attention in Sustainability and Discrimination
Date 1 July 2022
Time 09:00 -17:30

Discrimination and sustainability are part of the UN development goals under the umbrella of sustainable society, economy, and planet. We aim to connect researchers whose agendas centre around these issues with experts in process-tracing to discuss synergies and opportunities for collaboration to address these societal issues.

The workshop will include short talks by local speakers across different faculties, a poster session of related projects, and end with a keynote by Vojtěch Bartoš (LMU Munich/University of Milan). The workshop is also the final day of a 3-day EGPROCconference. The conference ends with a keynote by Joanna Lahey (Texas A&M) : Using Eye-Tracking to Study Discrimination in the Hiring Process.

Present your work at the poster session

There are limited spots and ASF funding recipients are welcome to present their work at the workshop's poster session. If you are interested in presenting some of your work (at any stage and even if it doesn't include attention or process-tracing!) feel free to submit here.

Information and registration

Please register if you would like to attend this workshop. Please send an email to if you have any questions.