On January 10, 2017, Howell Istance presented his Ph.D. thesis in a Viva session at the University of Loughborough (UK). The thesis title is "An investigation into gaze-based interaction techniques for people with motor impairments" and presents several research results, across a span of nearly 20 years, of investigation and experimentation in user interfaces bases on eye tracking, especially for persons with disabilities. Fulvio Corno was a member of the evaluation committee, together with prof. Penny StandenStanden and prof. Christopher Hinde (chair). The thesis was supervised by prof. Peter Howarth.

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The Examination Committee, celebrating the success of the PhD.