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Alan Said <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 24 Mar 2014 12:10:49 +0100
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8th ACM International Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys 2014)

October 6-10, 2014, Foster City, Silicon Valley, USA
Tutorial Submission Deadline: May 19th 2014


RecSys 2014 is pleased to invite proposals for tutorials to be held in conjunction with the conference. The goal of the tutorials is to provide the larger conference community an opportunity to learn about recommender system concepts and techniques and serve as a venue to share presenters’ expertise with the global community of recommender system researchers and practitioners.

Tutorials are 90 minute intensive instructional sessions focused on specific topics including, but not limited to:
	• Introductions to recommender systems or specific techniques
	• Methodologies for evaluating and measuring
	• Building and deploying recommender systems
	• Designing the user experience
	• Intersections of recommender systems with other domains
We actively encourage both researchers and industry practitioners to submit tutorial proposals.

Tutorial Chairs
	• Alexander Felfernig, Graz University of Technology, Austria
	• Bee-Chung Chen, LinkedIn, USA

Important Dates
Please submit tutorial proposals on or before May 19. We will inform the authors about the results of the review process on June, 9, and the camera-ready versions are due on July 24. All deadlines refer to 23:59 in the UTC time zone.

Proposal Format and Submission
The tutorial proposal should be a PDF document no more than 2 pages long, submitted by e-mail to [log in to unmask] and organized as follows:
1. Tutorial Title
2. Name, email address, and affiliation for tutorial instructor(s). Each listed instructor should present at the conference.
3. Detailed bulleted outline of the tutorial (this should take most of the proposal’s space)
4. Targeted audience, prerequisite knowledge
5. Importance of this topic for the RecSys community
6. History of prior tutorials from the instructor(s) 
7. List of relevant publications

Please visit the conference website
for more information.

Check out the ACM RecSys Wiki at

Dr. Alan Said
Information Access research group
CWI - Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica
Room M345, Science Park 123
P.O. Box 94079, 1090 GB Amsterdam
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