Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
User aspects, including information interaction, contextualisation,
personalisation, simulation, characterisation, and behaviours.
System and foundational aspects, including retrieval models and
architectures, content analysis and classification, recommendation
algorithms, query processing and ranking, efficiency and scalability.
Machine learning, deep learning, neural IR, natural language processing,
as applied to textual, visual, audio, and multi-modal information.
Applications such as web search, recommender systems, web and social
media apps, domain-specific search, enterprise search, novel interfaces to
search tools, intelligent search, academic search, and conversational
Evaluation research, including new measures and novel methods for
measuring and evaluating systems, datasets, users, and/or applications.
Cross-disciplinary workshops, including IR and other domains such as
NLP, data science, etc., are also particularly welcome.
Workshops can be either a half-day (3 hours plus breaks) or a full day (6 hours plus breaks). Workshops are encouraged to be as dynamic and interactive as possible and should lead to a concrete outcome, such as the publication of a summary paper and/or workshop proceedings.
Workshop proposals should contain the following information:
Title and abstract of the workshop;
Duration: full-day or half-day workshop;
Motivation and relevance to ECIR;
Workshop goals/objectives and overall vision, coupled with desired
Format/structure of the workshop: planned activities, the tentative
schedule of events etc.;
Intended audience, including how participants will be selected/invited;
Resources: what resources will be needed to deliver the workshop;
Indicate if the workshop is related to or follows on from another
workshop; if so, please, identify which conference it was previously held
at, the past attendance and outcomes, and why another workshop is needed;
Organisers with a brief bio (3-4 sentences) of each with respect to the
content of the workshop;
Any other relevant information to support your proposal (e.g., tentative
programme committee, list of invited speakers, etc.)
All proposals should be submitted electronically through the conference submission system <https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ecir2022> and must be in English. Workshop proposals will be reviewed by the ECIR 2022 workshop committee. A summary of the workshop will be published in the conference proceedings.
Workshop proposals submission: *September 9, 2021*, 11:59 pm (AoE)
Notification: October 7, 2021
Workshops day: April 10, 2022
Lucie Flek, University of Marburg, Germany
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