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HCIR’11 — an eye-opening experience

October 25, 2011


HCIR’11 was like a great school to me. I always felt that a good 1-day workshop can be better than week-long conferences, yet this was a special opportunity for me who is trying to extend my horizon to more user-conscious part of IR research. Gary’s keynote was particularly enchanting, providing a good overview on HCIR […]

CIKM – Overview

November 7, 2009


I just attended CIKM in Hong Kong. The conference was very successful. There were many interesting papers and the organizers did a good job. (I also liked the food here much better than in SIGIR Boston 😉 Let me post about a couple of interesting trends and works. I want to summarize the big picture […]

CIKM 2009 Statistics of Titles and Institutions

September 3, 2009


CIKM 2009 (The 18th ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management) will be an interesting venue for combining researchers in DB, IR and KM fields. As a IR researcher whose interest spans over structured document retrieval and personal information(knowledge) management, this is possibly the most relevant conference. I got the following word statistics from paper […]