AMSA Educational Webinar: Eye Tracking and Facial Recognition for Meat Science Research

  • Dates: 13 – 13 Dec, 2019

AMSA Educational Webinar: Eye Tracking and Facial Recognition for Meat Science Research
December 13, 2019
11:30 am – 12:30 pm CT

Innovative tools to predict consumer perceptions and emotions have been used to understand consumer reactions to meat color and marbling.  Initial results will be presented during this webinar, and the technology will be demonstrated.  Participants will have the opportunity to experiment with the technology.



Dr. Marco A Palma is Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. His areas of interest are consumer economics, food choices, experimental and behavioral economics and neuroeconomics. Dr. Palma is the director of the Human Behavior Laboratory, a transdisciplinary facility that integrates state of the art technology to measure biometric and neurophysiological responses of human decision making. 

Dr. Rhonda Miller is a professor and research fellow in meat science within the Department of Animal Science. She is an adjunct professor for the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences and has oversight for the Sensory Testing Facility at Texas A&M University. Dr. Miller teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in meat science and sensory science. In addition, she directs research in factors impacting the sensory perception of meat and food products.


This webinar is hosted by the American Meat Science Association (AMSA). The webinar is interactive and will last approximately 60 minutes including Q&A.  Registration is complimentary, but you must first register by clicking on the enrollment: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7291672346422929165. Once you have registered, you will receive an e-mail message confirming your enrollment status and information that you need to join the webinar.

Social Media