On October 18, 2011, at 12.00 hrs, Wouter Weerkamp will defend his PhD thesis entitled Finding People and their Utterances in Social Media in the Agnietenkapel of the University of Amsterdam. See http://bit.ly/93CVJiContinue reading
Today, CLEF 2011 starts, with 150 participants and three and a half days of invited talks, paper presentations and lab reports, it is the main event on the evaluation of information access systems here in Europe. ILPS is responsible for the local organization of CLEF 2011. See http://www.clef2011.org/.Continue reading
Katja Hofmann has been selected as one of the scholars in the Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship: Europe, the Middle East and Africa program. Katja will receive 7000 EUR in research funding and will be invited to attend a scholars and finalists’ retreat at Google. See http://bit.ly/k6g5Jj. Congratulations!Continue reading
We have a vacancy for a PostDoc to work on the Clarin funded project “War in Parliament”, done in cooperation with the NIOD (Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies). The aim of the project is to discover how the war is used in arguments in debates in the Dutch Parliament.
The ideal candidate has a strong background in computational linguistics, understands Dutch, and can work with large amounts of XML data. Scientific programmers without a PhD may also apply.
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ou are invited to participate in the 11th Dutch-Belgian Information Retrieval workshop (DIR2011). The primary aim of DIR is to provide an international meeting place where researchers from the domain of information retrieval and related disciplines can exchange information and present innovative research developments. DIR 2011 will put special emphasis on interaction – by focusing on poster presentations and creating space and time to meet and discuss new ideas.
DIR 2011 will take place on February 4, 2011, at the University of Amsterdam. The workshop is organized underContinue reading