Search Solutions 2020 Call for Presentations https://irsg.bcs.org/SearchSolutions/2020/sse2020.php
Innovations in Search & Information Retrieval
BCS Search Solutions is the BCS Information Retrieval Specialist Group’s annual forum focused on practitioner issues and latest innovations in the area of Search and Information Retrieval. Search Solutions 2020 will be an online event taking place on November 25, 2020.
We invite proposals for 30-minute presentations (20-minute talk plus 10-minute Q&A) from practitioners and industry leaders. Your talk should focus on any area of the practical application of search technologies to real-world problems or novel and emerging applications and topics in Search and Information Retrieval. If you like to discuss the challenges you tackle as well as their solutions or present your latest innovation, Search Solutions is the venue for you. Search Solutions is attended by students and practitioners from academia and industry alike.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, Search Solutions 2020 will be completely online, making it accessible for a worldwide audience. We are operating on a UK timezone. More information about Search Solutions 2020 including pointers to past Search Solution events can be found at https://irsg.bcs.org/SearchSolutions/2020/sse2020.php.
Proposal submission Please provide an extended abstract (max 1 page) describing your topic to be presented in a 30-minute presentation plus a short speaker bio (1 paragraph). Please send your 1-page proposal for a talk at Search Solutions 2020 by Sunday, September 13 (AoE) to Ingo Frommholz <ifrommholz at acm.org>. Please use the subject “SearchSolutions2020 Proposal”.
Selection Procedure All proposals will be reviewed and approved by the organising committee. The selection criteria will focus on the quality of the content and the appropriateness of it to the main theme of search solutions – namely practitioner issues.
Organising Committee Ingo Frommholz, University of Bedfordshire, UK Tony Russell-Rose, UXLabs and Goldsmiths, University of London, UK Udo Kruschwitz, University of Regensburg, Germany Stefan Rueger, Open University, UK Dyaa Albakour, Signal AI, UK Martin White, Intranet Focus Ltd, UK Haiming Liu, University of Bedfordshire, UK
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