I work at ILPS, University of Amsterdam. My research revolves around mining social media, tracking content, and predicting user behavior. My interests lie in the field of Information Retrieval, and query modeling, but also in predictive analytics, and recommender systems (with a touch of Physics whenever possible).
Monthly Archives: November 2008
UPDATE: We won the best paper award for our paper! Thank you organizers!
Manos Tsagkias, Martha Larson, Wouter Weerkamp, and Maarten de Rijke co-authored a paper for the 2nd WICOW Workshop held together with CIKM 2008, in Napa, California. The abstract … Continue reading
A workshop paper for SSCS 2008, held together with SIGIR 2008, in Singapore. The paper is a joint work between School of Computing, Dublin City University (DCU), and ISLA, University of Amsterdam (UvA) funded by EU MultiMatch Project. The abstract … Continue reading
Our poster paper for SIGIR 2008, with Martha Larson, and Maarten de Rijke. The abstract follows:
User generated spoken audio remains a challenge for Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) technology and content-based audio surrogates derived from ASR-transcripts must be error robust. An … Continue reading