A call for papers and posters, with submissions deadline of 11 April 2010, has been issued for IIiX 2010: The Information Interaction in Context Symposium, to be held 18-22 August 2010, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA.
Deadlines are as follows:
- “April 11, 2010, Midnight EST: Papers and posters due
- April 30, 2010: Doctoral consortium proposals due”
Papers are invited on the following topics:
- Interactive information retrieval and interface issues
- Qualitative approaches to the study of context-sensitive information seeking and information retrieval
- Context-aware retrieval models
- Relevance feedback (implicit & explicit) and query modification issues for capturing context
- Novel approaches to eliciting, identifying, capturing and representing contextual information
- Task-based interactive information retrieval and information seeking behavior
- Issues of genre, media, language, modality and structure in contextual information seeking and information retrieval
- Personalized and collaborative information access in context
- Contextual information interaction theory
- Nature of relevance in context
- Measures and methods for studying and evaluating information seeking and information retrieval in context
- Test collections for context-sensitive research
A call for papers has also been issued for HCIR 2010: 4th Annual Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval, to be held 22 August 2010, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA, in conjunction with IIiX 2010. Papers are invited on topics including the following:
- 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.