We're hiring (Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius and me)!
A PhD Candidate for Fairness and Non-discrimination in Machine Learning for Information Retrieval and Recommendation

ru.nl/english/working-at/vacat

Nice, a new dataset by @mohammad to evaluate open-domain single- and multi-turn conversations and clarification questions:

arxiv.org/abs/2109.05794

“A Joint Two-Phase Time-Sensitive Regularized Collaborative Ranking Model for Point of Interest Recommendation” accepted for publication on #IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering #TKDE w/ Dimitrios Rafailidis and Fabio Crestani

"In Situ and Context-Aware Target Apps Selection for Unified Mobile Search" to appear at #CIKM2018; with Zamanii, Crestani, and Croft.

Preprint: bit.ly/2Nzi1Sz

ISTAS data collection: bit.ly/ISTASpage

uSearch Android app code: bit.ly/uSearchOnGitHub

Our paper "In Situ and Context-Aware Target Apps Selection for Unified Mobile Search" with Zamani, Crestani, and Croft accepted as a full paper to #CIKM2018

@arjen yes, Trump's Travel Ban which is now approved by the Supreme Court and will be implemented as long as he is in power!

I'm all in for that ;-), great idea.

@arjen By the way, my paper should be present next Monday at and, like Maarten, I will be at home...

@arjen Oh yeah, that was dramatic. Saving CR7's penalty by our once-homeless goalkeeper was very sweet and made everyone forget about all the craze going on in politics nowadays.

@arjen I hope this will not discourage others from traveling to Iran.

Our full paper "A Collaborative Ranking Model with Multiple Location-based Similarities for Venue Suggestion" w/ Dimitrios Rafailidis and Fabio Crestani accepted at #ICTIR2018

Our paper on personalized context-aware point of interest recommendation has been accepted at ACM TOIS; pre-print available here: bit.ly/2LS7P7n

"Target Apps Selection: Towards a Unified Search Framework for Mobile Devices" to appear at #sigir2018.
Preprint: goo.gl/BVmR9Y
Data: goo.gl/WCKRzd

@arjen very interesting topic. I wish I was still a master student 😉

We are also looking for a PhD candidate, on a fully funded position:

The PhD candidate will study information retrieval over large and evolving graphs. How can we combine structured queries formulated in a graph query language with ’keyword’ queries, and express ranking functions that take into account the graph structure? What query processing techniques can enable scalable and efficient retrieval systems over evolving graphs?

More information:
ru.nl/werken/details/details_v

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