Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

RuSSIR 2011: Extended Dedlain

Expand Messages
  • Lidia Pivovarova
                          CALL FOR PARTICIPATION                            WEB OF DATA                Joint RuSSIR/EDBT Summer
    Message 1 of 1 , May 24, 2011
    • 0 Attachment
                            CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

                                 WEB OF DATA
                     Joint RuSSIR/EDBT Summer School 2011
                     August 15-19, 2011, Saint Petersburg
                       http://romip.ru/edbt-russir2011/
                               school@...

      EXTENDED DEADLINE: 1 June 2011

      The joint RuSSIR/EDBT 2011 Summer School will be held on August
      15-19, 2011 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The school is co-organized
      by Saint Petersburg State University (http://eng.spbu.ru), Russian
      Information Retrieval Evaluation Seminar (ROMIP,  http://romip.ru),
      and EDBT Association (http://www.edbt.org).

      The mission of the school is to teach students about modern problems
      and methods in Information Retrieval and Database Technology; to
      stimulate scientific research and collaboration in these fields; and
      to create environment for informal contacts between scientists,
      students and industry professionals. The working language of the
      school is English.

      RuSSIR/EDBT 2011 School will offer following courses:

      * Gerhard Weikum - Knowledge Harvesting from Web Sources
      * Ben Carterette, Evangelos Kanoulas, and Emine Yilmaz - Advances in
      Information Retrieval Evaluation
      * Sihem Amer-Yahia and Julia Stoyanovich - Top-K Processing for
      Search and Information Discovery in Social Applications
      * Stefan Rueger - Multimedia queries and indexing
      * Salvatore Orlando, Raffaele Perego, and Fabrizio Silvestri - Mining
      query logs to improve web wearch engines' operations
      * Mike Thelwall - Sentiment Strength Detection in the Social Web
      * Vladimir Gorovoy and Yana Volkovich - An Introduction to Social
      Mining
      * Katja Filippova - Monolingual Text-to-Text Generation (short
      course)
      * Chirag Shah - Collaborative IR (short course)

      The Russian Conference for Young Scientists in Information Retrieval
      will be co-organized with the school. The school is expected to have
      a versatile social program.

      The target audience of the school is advanced graduate and PhD
      students, post-doctoral researchers, academic and industrial
      researchers, and developers. The school will be open to about 150
      qualified, motivated and pre-selected candidates.

      Organizers will provide grants covering school fee only or school
      fee and accommodation.

      About venue: Saint Petersburg is Russia's second largest city after
      Moscow with 4.6 million inhabitants. Founded by Tsar Peter I of
      Russia in 1703, it was the capital of the Russian Empire for more
      than two hundred years. Saint Petersburg is a major European cultural
      centre. The Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg constitutes a UNESCO
      World Heritage Site. Saint Petersburg is also home to The Hermitage,
      one of the largest art museums in the world. Over its history the
      city has been referred to as "the Venice of the north" or "Northern
      Palmyra" due to the intricate web of rivers and canals. Founded in
      1724, St. Petersburg State University is one of the oldest
      institutions of higher education in Russia. At present, there are
      more than 32,000 students at University, more than 300 specialties
      hosted by 21 faculties.

      ----------

      CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

      WEB OF DATA
      Joint RuSSIR/EDBT Summer School 2011
      August 15-19, 2011, Saint Petersburg
      http://romip.ru/edbt-russir2011/
      school@...

      EXTENDED DEADLINE: 1 June 2011

      The joint RuSSIR/EDBT 2011 Summer School will be held on August
      15-19, 2011 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The school is co-organized
      by Saint Petersburg State University (http://eng.spbu.ru), Russian
      Information Retrieval Evaluation Seminar (ROMIP, http://romip.ru),
      and EDBT Association (http://www.edbt.org).

      The mission of the school is to teach students about modern problems
      and methods in Information Retrieval and Database Technology; to
      stimulate scientific research and collaboration in these fields; and
      to create environment for informal contacts between scientists,
      students and industry professionals. The working language of the
      school is English.

      RuSSIR/EDBT 2011 School will offer following courses:

      * Gerhard Weikum - Knowledge Harvesting from Web Sources
      * Ben Carterette, Evangelos Kanoulas, and Emine Yilmaz - Advances in
      Information Retrieval Evaluation
      * Sihem Amer-Yahia and Julia Stoyanovich - Top-K Processing for
      Search and Information Discovery in Social Applications
      * Stefan Rueger - Multimedia queries and indexing
      * Salvatore Orlando, Raffaele Perego, and Fabrizio Silvestri - Mining
      query logs to improve web wearch engines' operations
      * Mike Thelwall - Sentiment Strength Detection in the Social Web
      * Vladimir Gorovoy and Yana Volkovich - An Introduction to Social
      Mining
      * Katja Filippova - Monolingual Text-to-Text Generation (short
      course)
      * Chirag Shah - Collaborative IR (short course)

      The Russian Conference for Young Scientists in Information Retrieval
      will be co-organized with the school. The school is expected to have
      a versatile social program.

      The target audience of the school is advanced graduate and PhD
      students, post-doctoral researchers, academic and industrial
      researchers, and developers. The school will be open to about 150
      qualified, motivated and pre-selected candidates.

      Organizers will provide grants covering school fee only or school
      fee and accommodation.

      About venue: Saint Petersburg is Russia's second largest city after
      Moscow with 4.6 million inhabitants. Founded by Tsar Peter I of
      Russia in 1703, it was the capital of the Russian Empire for more
      than two hundred years. Saint Petersburg is a major European cultural
      centre. The Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg constitutes a UNESCO
      World Heritage Site. Saint Petersburg is also home to The Hermitage,
      one of the largest art museums in the world. Over its history the
      city has been referred to as "the Venice of the north" or "Northern
      Palmyra" due to the intricate web of rivers and canals. Founded in
      1724, St. Petersburg State University is one of the oldest
      institutions of higher education in Russia. At present, there are
      more than 32,000 students at University, more than 300 specialties
      hosted by 21 faculties.




      [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.