Location: Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK
10-12 September 2009
Previous Event: ICTIR'07
The proceedings of ICTIR have been published by Springer LNCS:
Leif Azzopardi, Gabriella Kazai, Stephen Robertson, Stefan Rüger, Milad Shokouhi, Dawei Song and Emine Yilmaz (Eds.): Advances in Information Retrieval Theory
Information Retrieval (IR), building on its library science roots, has by now proved to stretch beyond information and computer sciences, reaching mathematics and linguistics, tackling and challenging new areas like physics, philosophy, sociology, or biology.
It is the broad goal of the ICTIR conferences to be the forum that reflects just this new, multi-valued meaning of IR in terms of new and original results.
The purpose of ICTIR'09 is to present, discuss, analyze and integrate new theoretical results in IR, including the traditional and already well-established fields and approaches in IR, but also welcoming new theoretical, experimental or practical approaches coming from new paradigms, e.g., mathematics, physics, linguistics, biology, philosophy, and other areas.
ICTIR'09 will be held in Cambridge, UK, 10-12 September 2009, organised by Microsoft Research and the Open University, supported by Microsoft Research, and the BCS IRSG.
The proceedings will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series
. For submission information please refer to the Call for Papers