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Apologies for cross-postings 

34th European Conference on Information Retrieval 
Barcelona, Spain, 1-5 April 2012 

Papers submission deadline: 2 October 2011 
Poster/Demos submission deadline: 16 October 2011 
Notification: 27 November 2011 

Call for Papers 

The Conference encourages the submission of high-quality research papers reporting original and innovative research within Information Retrieval. The conference intends to cover all aspects of accessing digital information with or without explicitly specified semantics. Papers solely or mainly authored by a student are especially welcome. Submissions will be reviewed by experts on the basis of the originality of the work, the validity of the results, chosen methodology, writing quality and the overall contribution to the field of Information Retrieval. Topics of interest include but are not limited to the areas listed below. 

The ECIR 2012 conference proceedings will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. Authors are invited to submit their paper on or before October 2nd 2011 and for authors of posters or demos the due date is October 16th 2011. 

All paper submissions must be written in English following the LNCS author guidelines . Papers must not exceed 12 pages including references and figures (shorter papers are welcomed). Accepted papers will have to be presented at the conference. Posters must not be longer than 4 pages. Posters and demonstrations will be presented at a special posters and demonstrations session. 

All papers will be refereed through double-blind peer review so authors should take reasonable care not identify themselves in their submissions. The proceedings will be distributed to all delegates at the conference. 

The Program Chairs invite for the submission of original research papers and posters in all areas of Information Retrieval, including but not limited to: IR Theory and Formal Models 

Searching, browsing, meta-searching, data fusion, filtering and indexing 
Text and content classification, categorisation, clustering 
Relevance feedback, query expansion 
Topic detection and tracking, novelty detection 
Content-based filtering, collaborative filtering, Spam filtering 
Personalised, collaborative or user-adaptive IR, recommender systems 
Adversarial IR 
Privacy in IR 
Mobile, Geo and Local Search Web and Social Media IR 

Link analysis 
Query log analysis 
Advertising and ad targeting 
Spam detection 
Authority, Reputation, Ranking 
Blog and online-community search 
Social Tagging User aspects 

User modelling, user studies, user interaction in IR systems 
Interactive IR, User studies, User models, Task-based IR 
Novel user interfaces for IR systems 
User interfaces, visualisation and presentation of queries, search results or content 
Multimodal aspects IR system architectures 

Distributed and peer to peer IR 
Parallel IR 
Open, interoperable and flexible 
Performance, Scalability, Architectures, Efficiency, Platforms 
Compression, performance, optimisation Content representation and processing 

IR for semi-structured documents 
IR for semantically annotated collections, semantic search 
Meta information and structures, metadata 
Query representation, Query reformulation 
Text Categorization and clustering 
Text data mining 
Opinion mining 
Cross-language retrieval, Multilingual retrieval 
Machine translation for IR 
Question answering, Natural language processing for IR, Summarization 

Evaluation methosd and metrics 
Building test collections and metrics 
Experimental design 
Crowdsourcing for evaluation 
User-oriented and user-centered test and evaluation Multimedia and cross-media IR 

Speech retrieval 
Image and video retrieval 
Digital music, radio and broadcast retrieval Applications 

Digital libraries 
Enterprise Search, Intranet search, Desktop search 
Mobile IR 
Genomic IR, IR for chemical structures, etc. 
Medical IR, legal IR, patent search 

Program Committee co-chairs: 
Arjen de Vries (Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Amsterdam) 
Hugo Zaragoza (Yahoo! Research Barcelona) 

Call for Posters and Demos 

All submissions must be written in English following the LNCS author guidelines . Posters must not be longer than four pages. Demos will be evaluated on the basis of a one-page description. Please indicate in the description whether the demo has been implemented, but links to the demo will not be viewed. Since all submissions will be refereed through double-blind peer review, authors should not identify themselves in their submissions. 

- Poster Chair: B. Barla Cambazoglu (Yahoo! Research Barcelona) 

- Demonstrations Chair: Vanessa Murdock (Yahoo! Research Barcelona) 

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