At WeST we had prior discussions on how eye tracking studies can be useful in other projects of our group. Currently have 8 eye trackers in our lab, and we should plan to extend the scope of our eye tracking expertise and resources. In this direction, I will take a topic common to most of our group members, i.e., how eye tracking has been used to evaluate ontologies. Will take a simple example from related work  to evaluate two commonly used ontology visualization techniques, namely, indented list and graph. Will discuss the eye-tracking experiment and analysis procedure and how it complements the set of existing evaluation protocols for ontology visualization.
 Fu, Bo, Natalya F. Noy, and Margaret-Anne Storey. "Eye tracking the user experience–An evaluation of ontology visualization techniques." Semantic Web 8.1 (2017): 23-41.