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*ACM SIGIR Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval
(CHIIR)* (pronounced “cheer”)

March 11-15, 2018
http://sigir.org/chiir2018/
@ACM_CHIIR #CHIIR2018

We are pleased to announce that the ACM CHIIR 2018 conference registration
is now open through http://sigir.org/chiir2018/registration.php. We invite
you to attend this fantastic event, sponsored by ACM SIGIR in New
Brunswick, NJ, USA during March 11-15, 2018. Some of the highlights include:


   - Keynotes by Sue Dumais from Microsoft Research and Pertti Vakkari from
   University of Tampere, Finland.
   - Papers with topics such as search bots, requerying, and augmentation
   of human memory.
   - Perspective papers with bold new ideas such as reality-based IR and
   information fostering.
   - Short papers and demos with exciting new research themes and
   applications.
   - Tutorials covering information visualization, deep learning, and
   research methods.
   - Workshops on IIR resources, evaluation, and health.
   - Welcome reception at Zimmerli Art Museum.
   - Breakfasts and lunches at the Heldrich Hotel included.


The early registration ends on January 21, 2018. Student attendees can
request student travel funds from SIGIR. There are also opportunities for
student volunteers and women’s scholarships by ACM.

New Brunswick is about 38 miles (60 km) from New York City with abundant
options for travel, accommodation, and activities. See the website for
details: http://sigir.org/chiir2018/



Best regards
- Jacek

Jacek Gwizdka, PhD(Toronto) MASc(Toronto) MEng(TULodz)
 http://gwizdka.com/research | Google Scholar
<http://bit.ly/google_scholar_jacekg> | NeuroIR.org
<http://www.neuroir.org/>  <http://www.neuroir.org/>
JASIST <http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1002/(ISSN)2330-1643>
*Special
Issue on Neuro-Information Science*
Assistant Professor at School of Information, University of Texas at Austin
1616 Guadalupe St,  Austin, TX 78701, USA |  Office 5.532 (5th floor)
Information eXperience (IX) lab Co-Director
ACM Senior Member (SIGCHI),  ASIS&T (SIG-USE),  HFES (AC, INT)
Distinguished Fellow of the Kosciuszko Foundation Collegium of Eminent
Scientists

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