I’m pleased to announce the final line up for the EuroHCIR 2011 workshop, which will be held as part of the BCS HCI Conference in Newcastle on July 4. This event is particularly significant as it represents the first major HCIR event to be held outside of the US, and as such represents a critical point in the development of the HCIR community in Europe. We’re just in the process of finalizing the programme, which will include 9 presentations, a keynote speaker (to be announced) and a poster session. We also hope to include an interactive group session in the afternoon – more on that later! In the meantime, I’ve appended the full list of accepted papers below. More details on the EuroHCIR website. Hope to see you there.
Accepted Papers for Oral Presentation
- The potential of Recall and Precision as interface design parameters for information retrieval systems situated in everyday environments
Ayman Moghnieh and Josep Blat
- The Mosaic Test: Benchmarking Colour-based Image Retrieval Systems Using Image Mosaics
William Plant, Joanna Lumsden and Ian Nabney.
- Exploratory Search in an Audio-Visual Archive: Evaluating a Professional Search Tool for Non-Professional Users
Marc Bron, Jasmijn Van Gorp, Frank Nack and Maarten De Rijke
- A Taxonomy of Enterprise Search
Tony Russell-Rose, Joe Lamantia and Mark Burrell
- Evaluating the Cognitive Impact of Search User Interface Design Decisions
Max L. Wilson
- Supplying Collaborative Source-code Retrieval Tools to Software Developers
Juan M. Fernández-Luna, Juan F. Huete and Julio Rodriguez-Cano
- Problem Solved: A Practical Approach to Search Design
- Back to MARS: The unexplored possibilities in query result visualization
Alfredo Ferreira, Pedro B. Pascoal and Manuel J. Fonseca.
- Interactive Analysis and Exploration of Experimental Evaluation Results
Emanuele Di Buccio, Marco Dussin, Nicola Ferro, Ivano Masiero, Giuseppe Santucci and Giuseppe Tino
- Towards User-Centered Retrieval Algorithms
Manuel J. Fonseca
- Design Thinking Search User Interfaces
- The Development and Application of an Evaluation Methodology for Person Search Engines
Roland Brennecke, Thomas Mandl and Christa Womser-Hacker