Carsten Eickhoff is a Ph.D. student at Delft University of Technology. His main research interests are information retrieval, natural language processing and crowdsourcing. In particular, he investigates multi-dimensional notions of document relevance. In 2013, he organized the 13th edition of the Dutch-Belgian workshop on information Retrieval.
13th Dutch-Belgian Workshop on Information Retrieval
By Carsten Eickhoff on 26th July 2013
The DIR workshop traditionally represents one of the annual highlights for information retrieval researchers in Belgium and the Netherlands. Hosted alternatingly in between the Netherlands and Belgium it serves as a venue for networking, sharing and discussing late-breaking research results as well as promoting recent publications in international key conferences and journals. A special emphasis […]
Posted in Conference Review, Summer 2013