Institute of Educational Science, University of Stuttgart
Institute for Visualisation and Interactive Systems, University of Stuttgart
+49 711 685 84365 Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 24d, 70174 Stuttgart, Germany University of Stuttgart, Room 3.347 Google Scholar
Francesca Zermiani is a PhD student in the International Max Planck Research School for Intelligent Systems (IMPRS-IS) since February 2021, jointly supervised with Jun.-Prof. Maria Wirzberger. Francesca holds a Bachelor’s degree in Language Studies from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (Italy) and a Master’s degree in Cognitive Science from Lund University (Sweden). Her research interests include educational technologies, eye tracking and attentional processes, as well as attention disorders (ADHD). Besides, she worked as a research intern within the field of Computational Linguistics. Her current research focuses on investigating individual differences in resumption strategies. In particular, she is interested in developing eye-based techniques to support students in resuming interrupted tasks.
Mind Wandering Trait-level Tendencies During Lecture Viewing: A Pilot Study
Proceedings of the EduEye Workshop on Eye Tracking in Learning and Education (EduEye), pp. 1–7, 2022.
Is a wandering mind always a distracted mind? Identifying the costs and benefits of mind wandering in learning contexts
Proceedings of the 3rd German Human Factors Summer School, pp. 30–33, 2021.
Retrodiction as Delayed Recurrence: the Case of Adjectives in Italian and English
Proceedings of The 19th Annual Workshop of the Australasian Language Technology Association, pp. 1–6, 2021.