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Visual Trend Analytics@Information Science Trends: Search Engines and Information Retrieval

The event “Information Science Trends: Search Engines and Information Retrieval”, organized and hosted by the European Chapter of the Association for Information Science and Technology, focuses on certain research topics introduced by invited speeches from research and industry. The major covered research areas are:

  • Retrieval research on web search engines, web services, professional information services, social media
  • Information seeking behavior
  • Information retrieval
  • Discovery systems
  • People interacting with search systems
  • Searching in the library and other scientific contexts
  • Understanding user behavior

Additionally, they will provide networking space to energetically share ideas and interests from the fields of information science and related disciplines.

At this event Prof. Dr. Nazemi gives a speech on “Visual Trend Analytics in Digital Libraries”, in particular based on the experiences with the own developed Scitics solution. Here he gives an overview about current research actions and challenges toward visual trend analysis, but also on opportunities and benefits for companies. In particular the digitalization challenges a number of small and medium sized enterprises to be aware of modern technologies and trends that revolute the market or impacts the current businesses

The event takes places on April 26, 2019, at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg, Germany.
More information about the event can be found on the event website or on the organizers website.

Upcomming Collaborative European Research Conference 2019 in Darmstadt

Involved as both, co-editor and member of the international scientific committee, the h_da|vis team is glad to announce the upcoming 5th Collaborative European Research Conference 2019 (CERC2019) on March 29-30 2019 in Darmstadt.

The multidisciplinary Collaborative European Research Conference (CERC) is an annual event that takes place since 2011 when it was initiated by University partners across Europe. It brings together researchers from a wide range of disciplines in order to foster knowledge transfer, inter-disciplinary exchange and collaboration.

In previous years, contributions came from computer science, biology, bioinformatics, business information systems, marketing, IT-security, civil engineering, education, psychology, multimedia, art, etc. Contributing students came from Ireland, Germany, England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Norway, France, USA, etc. Accepted contributions will be published in digital proceedings with an ISSN number. A prize for the best paper will be awarded during the conference dinner on March 29, 2019.

For more information about the conference, please check the website http://www.cerc-conference.eu.


Update 23/04/2019: The proceedings are now online on CEUR-WS under the link http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2348/ (and under the URN: urn:nbn:de:0074-2348-5).