University of Padova

Concetta Alberti

Concetta Alberti

Concetta Alberti

University of Padova
Department of General Psychology
Via Venezia, 8
35131, Padova (Italy)

Extended CV

Research interests

Eye tracking in HCI: eye movements measures for usability and hazard perception in driving simulations. Cognitive Ergonomics: analysis of cognitive processes in real-world tasks. Mechanisms and Neural Basis of Segregation and Grouping in Motion Perception.


Psychologically Augmented Social Interaction Over Network. IP European Funded Project, coordinated by Fabrizio Davide, Telecom Italia S.P.A. (2006-Present).
– Honda Riding Trainer and Eye tracking
– Usability of elderly softwares


2007-PRESENT. PhD Student in Perception and Psychophysics, Department of General Psychology, University of Padova (I). Research project: Eye Movements and Human Interface Events in technologically Augmented Interaction. Supervisor: Prof. Luciano Gamberini.
2006. 2nd level degree (cum laude) in Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology, University of Padova (I).
Thesis: ‘The Common Fate Phenomenon: psychophysical mechanisms’. Supervisor: Prof. Clara Casco. Research Period on motion visual perception at the University of Sussex, School of Life Science. Supervisor: Prof. George Mather.
2004. 1st level degree (cum laude) in Experimental Psychology, University of Padova (I). Dissertation: ‘Uniemispheric sleep in domestic chick (Gallus Gallus)’. Supervisor: Prof. Gian Gastone Mascetti.


2007. CHItaly 2007, Università degli studi di Padova. Tutorial: eye tracking in new communicational media and in interfaces.
2006. European Seminar in Mathematical Psychology on Computational Models in Perception, at University of Glasgow (UK). Relation about a computational model on velocity extraction.


Andrea Pavan, Concetta Alberti, Clara Casco. Contextual effects in search for simple and superimposed features targets. Proceedings of the 30th European Conference on Visual Perception, August 2007, Perception, vol. 36, 164.

Concetta Alberti. Pasion: the contribution of eye tracking technologies in presence studies. Proceeding of the 1st Peach Summer School, July 2007, 24-25.

Andrea Pavan, Concetta Alberti, Gianluca Campana, Massimiliano Martinelli, Clara Casco. Saliency from motion and form combined. Proceeding of the 22th meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, Fechner Day 2006, vol. 22, 251-256.

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