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Tue Sep 27 2011

Confs: Computational Ling, Text/Corpus Ling/UK

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        1.     Udo Kruschwitz , Search Solutions 2011

Message 1: Search Solutions 2011
Date: 27-Sep-2011
From: Udo Kruschwitz <udoessex.ac.uk>
Subject: Search Solutions 2011
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Search Solutions 2011

Date: 16-Nov-2011 - 16-Nov-2011
Location: London, United Kingdom
Contact: Udo Kruschwitz
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://irsg.bcs.org/SearchSolutions/2011/sse2011.php

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Search Solutions is a special one-day event dedicated to the latest innovations in web & enterprise search. In contrast to other major industry events, Search Solutions aims to be highly interactive, with attendance strictly limited.

As in previous years we expect a good mix of research students, academics, practicioners and developers to attend. It should be particularly appealing to anybody interested in natural language processing (NLP), information retrieval (IR) and knowledge management (KM) because 'Search Solutions 2011' showcases how these normally fairly separate communities can work together to move the state of the art in search technology forward.

The programme includes presentations, panels and keynote talks by influential industry leaders on novel and emerging applications in search and information retrieval.


Search Solutions now offers a Tutorial Programme on Tuesday 15th November.

Confirmed Speakers:

Ricardo Baeza-Yates, VP Research, Yahoo!, Beyond the Ten Blue Links

John Tait, Chief Science Officer, Information Retrieval Facility, Using Physical Quantities in Finding Similar Documents

Gabriella Kazai, Research Consultant, Microsoft Research Cambridge, Crowdsourcing Search Relevance

Matt Taylor, General Manager, Funnelback, Search Experience Management - Techniques for Search Success

Toby Mostyn, CTO, Polecat, Search for Public Conversations

Jarred McGinnis, Research Manager, Press Association, The Press Association Approach to Search and News

Lewis Crawford, Web Archiving Programme Technical Lead, British Library, Analytics and Access to the UK Web Archive

Ian Kegel, Technical Group Leader, British Telecom, Broadband TV and Recommendation: Improving the customer experience

Marianne Sweeny, Principal, Daedalus Information Systems, Successful Enterprise Search by Design


Search Solutions is organised by the Information Retrieval Specialist Group of the BCS (British Computer Society), and is held at the BCS Central London Office:

BCS, 1st Floor
The Davidson Building
5 Southampton Street
London, WC2E 7HA


Registration fees (including VAT at 20%) are as follows:

Early Bird Rates (until 23:59 on 31-Oct-2011)

BCS member rate: £99
Non-member rate: £129
Student rate: £99

Normal Rates (from 01-Nov-2011)
BCS member rate: £119
Non-member rate: £149
Student rate: £99

Registration fees include lunch and a copy of the proceedings. Tea and coffee will also be available throughout the day followed by a drinks reception in the evening.

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