I am a PhD student within the iLab and MobiquitousLab institutes of the Department of Computer & Information Sciences at The University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. My main research interests include human-computer interaction with focus on usability and interface testing, and implementation of natural language dialogue systems in information retrieval. I hold an Msc in Speech and Language processing from The University of Edinburgh.
Conference Review: Autumn School for Information Retrieval and Foraging 2016
By Mateusz Dubiel on 28th October 2016
This year, following a series of successful editions, Leibniz Centre for Informatics at Schloss Dagstuhl in Germany has, yet again, hosted The Autumn School for Information Retrieval and Information Foraging (ASIRF). The event took place from the 3rd till the 8th October 2016 and was co-organised by The University of Hildesheim. The ASIRF 2016 attracted […]
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