Luca Soldaini is a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Computer Science at Georgetown University and a member of the Information Retrieval Lab. He earned his undergraduate degree in Computer Engineering at University of Florence. Luca's research interests include text mining, information retrieval, and NLP applications for the medical domain. In particular, he is focused on improving access to medical information by bridging the knowledge gap between health information seekers and medical content.
ECIR 2017 conference review
By Luca Soldaini on 28th April 2017
For its 39th edition, the European Conference in Information Retrieval (ECIR) returned, after 20 years, to Aberdeen, Scotland. The conference was organized by the School of Computing Science and Digital Media at Robert Gordon University (RGU) and took place in two separate venues: tutorials and workshops were held at RGU’s Garthdee campus, while the main […]
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