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Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval
Message 1: Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval
From: Tatiana Lando <tatiana.landogmail.com>
Subject: Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval
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Full Title: Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval
Short Title: YSCIR
Date: 13-Sep-2010 - 18-Sep-2010
Location: Voronezh, Russia
Contact Person: Tatiana Lando
Meeting Email: schoolromip.ru
Web Site: http://romip.ru/russir2010/eng/kmu.html
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 10-May-2010
Young Scientists Conference
Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval will be co-organized with
the Russian Summer School in Information Retrieval.
The conference is aimed at:
- Support and intensification of the research in the field of Information
Retrieval in Russia;
- Creation of the young scientists community in the field of Information
Retrieval, broadening the network of the interuniversity relations between
researchers working in this field;
- Helping young scientists in mastering public scientific speaking at the
conferences and workshops, discussing works with participation of the
specialists in Information Retrieval.
Graduate and postgraduate students, young researchers from academia and industry
(under 27 years old), working in the field of Information Retrieval are welcome
to participate in the conference.
Call for Papers
IV Russian Summer School in Information Retrieval (RuSSIR) will be held
September 13-18, 2010 in Voronezh, Russia. The school is co-organized by the
Russian Information Retrieval Evaluation Seminar (ROMIP,
http://romip.ru/en/index.html), Voronezh State University (VSU,
The mission of the school is to make students familiar with a wide range of
modern problems and methods in Information Retrieval; to attract students and
young researchers to the field of the Information Retrieval; to stimulate
scientific research in the field and to create a site for informal contacts
among scientists, students and industry professionals.
The main program of the school consists of five week-long courses. The school
will host approximately 100 participants this year. The official languages of
the school are English and Russian.
Young Scientists Conference is an important part of the School in Information
Retrieval Graduate and postgraduate students, young researchers from academia
and industry (under 27 years old), working in the field of Information Retrieval
are welcome to participate in the conference. Submitted papers should describe
original work and should not be published or in press or be submitted to other
conferences or workshops.
General topics of the conference:
- Theory and models of Information Retrieval
- Algorithms and data structures for Information Retrieval
- Text Information Retrieval
- Multimedia search
- Text processing in Information Retrieval tasks
- User interfaces for Information Retrieval
- Web search
- Fact extraction, text mining
- Methods of the Information Retrieval evaluation and others.
- Social networks
- Document Tracking and Filtering
- Link Mining
- Query Analysis
- Classification and Clustering
Papers should be submitted in Russian or English and should not exceed 10 pages
(please, follow the template). The submission form will be opened on this site
from 15th February.
All the submitted papers will be reviewed by the Program Committee with the
assistance of external reviewers.
The authors of the selected papers will be invited to the conference to present
their work in poster sessions with short presentations. We also plan to publish
the proceedings of the conference.
- 22th February 2010: Paper submission opening
- 10th May 2010: Paper submission deadline
- 21st June 2010: Notification of acceptance
- 12th July 2010: Camera-ready papers due
Participation in the conference is not a requirement for the participation in
the 4th Russian Summer School in Information Retrieval. However, authors of the
papers will have preferences when considering school participation.
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