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Fwd: [Asis-l] Deadline extended: CfP: HCIR 2012 Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction & Information Retrieval

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Jodi Schneider <[log in to unmask]>

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Mendeley challenge may be of interest--see below. -Jodi


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> From: Gene Golovchinsky <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: July 27, 2012 10:01:26 PM GMT+01:00
> To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: [Asis-l] Deadline extended: CfP: HCIR 2012 Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction & Information Retrieval
> 
> *****************************************************************************
> *
> *    CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
> *    **** Extended submission deadline: Sunday, August 5, 2012 ****
> *
> *    HCIR 2012
> *    Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction & Information Retrieval
> *    http://hcir.info/hcir-2012
> *
> *   IBM Research, Cambridge, MA
> *   October 4-5, 2012
> *
> *   Full papers, Position papers, HCIR Challenge
> *
> *****************************************************************************
> 
> * OVERVIEW
> 
> Building on the success of prior HCIR workshops, the HCIR 2012 Symposium 
> on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval will be held on 
> Thursday, October 4th and Friday October 5th, 2012, at IBM Research, 
> Cambridge, MA. There will be a reception on Thursday evening.
> 
> We are very pleased that our keynote speaker this year will be Marti 
> Hearst, Professor in the UC Berkeley School of Information.
> 
> We are also excited to continue the HCIR Challenge, this year focusing 
> on the problem of people and expertise finding. We are grateful to 
> Mendeley for providing this year's corpus: a database of over a million 
> researcher profiles with associated metadata including published papers, 
> academic status, disciplines, awards, and more taken from Mendeley's 
> network of 1.6M+ researchers and 180M+ academic documents. Participants 
> will build systems to enable efficient discovery of experts or expertise 
> for applications such as collaborative research, team building, and 
> competitive analysis.
> 
> In addition to the Challenge and a small number of research 
> presentations, we will leave plenty of time for what participants have 
> consistently told us that they find extremely valuable: informal 
> discussions, posters and directed group discussions. Finally, we are 
> extending our previous format to include a few full-length, 
> fully-refereed archival quality papers that will be indexed in the ACM 
> Digital Library. We have extended the event to a second day to 
> accommodate more presentations (including the full papers), and to leave 
> plenty of time for discussion and for interaction around the poster session.
> 
> *FORMAT: THREE SUBMISSION CATEGORIES
> 
> This year we invite three types of papers: full papers, position 
> papers/posters, and challenge reports.
>       * Full papers will be peer-reviewed for novelty, rigor, and 
> quality of presentation according to standards of first-tier 
> conferences. They will be published through arxiv.org and indexed in the 
> ACM digital library. Full papers should be 10 pages long in the CHI 
> two-column format. Please see http://www.sigchi.org/chipubform for 
> templates on this format.
>       * Position papers will be judged by members of the organizing 
> committee, based on relevance to HCIR. Idea diversity across all 
> submissions may also be considered. Position papers should be up to four 
> pages long in the CHI two-column format. Position papers will be 
> published on the symposium web site.
>       * Challenge reports will be reviewed by the organizing committee, 
> based on how well they address the challenge criteria. Reviewers will 
> select challenge systems for demonstration at the symposium, where a 
> panel of judges will evaluate the systems and a winner will be 
> determined live. Challenge reports should be four pages long in the CHI 
> two-column format, and may also include a video demonstration of the 
> system. Challenge reports will be published on the symposium web site.
> 
>  Acceptance of a full paper, position paper, or challenge report earns 
> the author(s) admission to the symposium and the opportunity to present 
> a poster.
> 
> Please submit papers using our EasyChair site:
> 
>      https://www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?conf=hcir2012
> 
> * TOPICS
> 
> Possible topics for discussion and presentation at the symposium 
> include, but are not limited to:
> 
>       * Novel interaction techniques for information retrieval.
>       * Modeling and evaluation of interactive information retrieval.
>       * Exploratory search and information discovery.
>       * Information visualization and visual analytics.
>       * Applications of HCI techniques to information retrieval needs 
> in specific domains.
>       * Ethnography and user studies relevant to information retrieval 
> and access.
>       * Scale and efficiency considerations for interactive information 
> retrieval systems.
>       * Relevance feedback and active learning approaches for 
> information retrieval.
> 
> Demonstrations of systems and prototypes are particularly welcome. If 
> you are interested in participating in the HCIR Challenge, please refer 
> to the instructions at this link:
> 
>       http://hcir.info/hcir-2012/challenge
> 
> * IMPORTANT DATES
> 
>       Submission deadline (position and research papers): Sunday, July 29
>       HCIR Challenge:
>             Request access to corpus: Friday, June 1
>             Freeze system and submit brief description: Friday, August 31
>             Submit videos or screenshots demonstrating systems on 
> example tasks: Friday, September 14
>             Live demonstrations at symposium: October 4-5
>       Notification date for position and research papers: Thursday, 
> September 6
>       Final versions of accepted papers due: Sunday, September 16
>       Presentations and poster session at symposium: Thursday, October 4-5
> 
> * STUDENT TRAVEL AWARDS
> 
> We are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of student travel 
> awards based on the generous contributions of Microsoft Research. 
> Information about these awards and how to apply for them will be made 
> available at the following link:
> 
>       http://hcir.info/hcir-2012/student-travel
> 
> * SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZERS
> 
>       Robert Capra, UNC Chapel Hill
>       Gene Golovchinsky, FX Palo Alto Laboratory
>       Bill Kules, The Catholic University of America
>       Catherine Smith, Kent State University
>       Daniel Tunkelang, LinkedIn
>       Ryen White, Microsoft Research
> 
> 
> * SUPPORTERS
> 
>       IBM Research
>       MIT
>       Oracle
>       LinkedIn
>       Microsoft Research
> 
> 
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