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HCIR 2012 Symposium: Oct 4-5 in Cambridge, MA

September 21st, 2012 · 1 Comment · General

It’s the event you’ve been waiting for: the Sixth Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction and Information Retrieval! HCIR 2012 will take place October 4th and 5th at IBM Research in Cambridge, MA.

Who should attend?

Researchers, practitioners, and anyone else interested in the exciting work at the intersection of HCI and IR. Areas like interactive information retrieval, exploratory search, and information visualization.

Why attend?

You’ll enjoy a highly interactive day and a half of learning from HCIR leaders and pioneers. People like keynote speaker Marti Hearst, who literally wrote the book on search user interfaces. Folks from top universities and industry labs who are developing new methods and models for information seeking. And you’ll get to see the five teams competing to win the third annual HCIR Challenge, focused this year on people and expertise finding.

How to register?

Just click here and fill out the information requested. The $150 registration fee includes all sessions on both days, all meeting materials, a reception on October 4th at Technique. We’re grateful to our sponsors — FXPAL, IBM Research, LinkedIn, Microsoft Research, MIT CSAIL, and Oracle — for helping us keep the costs so low.

Capacity is limited, so please register as soon as possible to ensure your attendance.

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