ENRICH 2013 Workshop


In the framework of SIGIR conference, ENRICH workshop will be hosted in the Long Room Hub, at the Digital Arts and Humanities Research Institute of Trinity College Dublin, on August 1st 2013.

ENRICH is supported by EU projects CULTURA and Paths, to discuss topics of interest related, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • Multilingual semantic search
  • Context-aware and semantic recommender systems
  • Adaptation engines and algorithms for personalised multilingual IR
  • User modeling and adaptation (e.g. creation and exploitation of individual or stereotypical user profiles)
  • Content personalisation and personalised result presentation (e.g. beyond the ranked list)
  • Domain modeling
  • External knowledge resources for IR (e.g. ontologies)
  • Evaluation methodologies and metrics for personalised multilingual IR
  • Information Extraction, Data Mining and Natural Language Processing
  • Social Network Analysis

Official website of the event: http://www.cultura-strep.eu/events/enrich-2013/call-for-papers



Call for papers is open until 9th June.


  • Prof. Séamus Lawless (School of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
  •  Prof. Maristella Agosti (Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova, Italy)
  • Dr. Paul Clough (Information School, University of Sheffield, UK)
  • Prof. Owen Conlan (School of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)



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