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[ntcir:377] Final CFP: EVIA2010@NTCIR-8


The Third International Workshop on Evaluating Information Access
(EVIA 2010), a Satellite Workshop of NTCIR-8

June 15, 2010 at NII, Tokyo, Japan.

Information Access technologies provide the interface between
human information needs and digital information resources.  The
reliable evaluation of these technologies has been recognized for
decades as central to the advancement of the field.  As information
retrieval becomes more pervasive, the forms of retrieval
more diverse, and retrieval tools richer, the importance of
effective, efficient, and innovative evaluation grows as well.
In recognition of the need for a forum dedicated to the intensive
discussion of evaluation issues, we have held two successful
International Workshops on Evaluating Information Access (EVIA
2007 and 2008).  Proceedings and reports can be found below:

EVIA 2007 online proceedings:
EVIA 2008 online proceedings:

SIGIR Forum Report on EVIA 2007:
SIGIR Forum Report on EVIA 2008:

Following these successes, we are happy to announce the Third
International Workshop on Evaluating Information Access (EVIA
2010) on June 15, 2010 (coinciding with Day 1 of the NTCIR-8
Workshop Meeting) at the National Institute of Informatics (NII),
Tokyo, Japan.  We invite papers addressing one or more of the
following topics: 

- Test collection formation, evaluation metrics, and evaluation
- Statistical issues in retrieval evaluation
- User studies and the evaluation of human-computer interaction
  in information retrieval (HCIR)
- Evaluation methods for multilingual, multimedia, or mobile
  information access
- Novel information access tasks and their evaluation
- Evaluation and assessment using implicit user feedback,
  crowdsourcing, living labs, or inferential methods
- Evaluation issues in industrial and enterprise retrieval 


Submissions will be subject to double-blind reviewing.  Accepted
papers will be included in the EVIA 2010 online proceedings, and
summarized in a report to SIGIR Forum.

We invite submissions of regular papers (up to 9 pages) and
short papers (up to 5 pages).
Submission upload page:


- March 31, 2010		*submissions due*
- April 18, 2010 		notification of acceptance
- May 10, 2010   		final manuscripts due
- June 15, 2010 		EVIA 2010@NII, Tokyo, Japan
- June 15-18, 2010		NTCIR-8@NII, Tokyo, Japan


Akiko Aizawa       NII                              Japan
Javed Aslam        Northeastern University          USA
Nicholas Belkin    Rutgers University               USA
Ben Carterette     University of Delaware           USA
Charlie Clarke     University of Waterloo           Canada
Georges Dupret     Yahoo! Research                  Chile
Norbert Fuhr       Universitaet Duisburg-Essen      Germany
Atsushi Fujii      Tokyo Institute of Technology    Japan
Donna Harman       NIST                             USA
Hideo Joho         University of Tsukuba            Japan
Gareth Jones       Dublin City University           Ireland
Noriko Kando       NII                              Japan
Evangelos Kanoulas University of Sheffield          UK
Jaana Kekalainen   University of Tampere            Finland
Mounia Lalmas      University of Glasgow            UK
Gary Geunbae Lee   POSTECH                          Korea
Mun-Kew Leong      National Library Board           Singapore
Jimmy Lin          University of Maryland           USA
Chin-Yew Lin       Microsoft Research Asia          China
Iadh Ounis         University of Glasgow            UK
Carol Peters       IEI-CNR                          Italy
Ian Ruthven        University of Strathclyde        UK
Tetsuya Sakai      Microsoft Research Asia          China
Mark Sanderson     University of Sheffield          UK
Falk Scholer       RMIT University                  Australia
Ian Soboroff       NIST                             USA
Paul Thomas        CSIRO                            Australia
William Webber     University of Melbourne          Australia
Emine Yilmaz       Microsoft Research Cambridge     UK

*** EVIA 2010 CO-CHAIRS ***

William Webber (University of Melbourne, Australia)
Mark Sanderson (University of Sheffield, UK)
Tetsuya Sakai (Microsoft Research Asia, China)

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