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[InetBib] BIR@ECIR 2020 • Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval • Online workshop on April 14th, free to all

Dear colleagues, 

The 10th Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval workshop will run online 
this year.
  Proceedings -> https://dblp.org/db/conf/birws/birws2020.html
  Overview -> https://arxiv.org/pdf/2001.10336.pdf

See the programme and how to join us online here -> 

Preliminary Program:

09:00-09:20     Connection setup: we will provide details       
09:20-09:30     Introduction to BIR     Philipp Mayr, Guillaume Cabanac and 
Ingo Frommholz
09:30-10:15     Keynote: Metrics and trends in assessing the scientific impact  
Georgios Tsatsaronis
10:15-10:35     New Datasets and a Benchmark of Document Network Embedding 
Methods for Scientific Expert Finding        Robin Brochier, Antoine Gourru, 
Adrien Guille and Julien Velcin
10:35-10:55     Conference Indexing in Digital Libraries: A Ranking Model and 
Case Study on dblp        Christopher Michels, Mandy Neumann, Philipp Schaer 
and Ralf Schenkel
11:00-11:20     coffee 
11:20-11:40     Usage and Citation Metrics for Ranking Algorithms in Legal 
Information Retrieval Systems        Gineke Wiggers and Suzan Verberne
11:40-12:00     Browsing citation clusters for academic literature search: A 
simulation study with systematic reviews   Juan Pablo Bascur, Suzan Verberne, 
Nees Jan Van Eck and Ludo Waltman
12:00-12:20     Neural Citation Recommendation: A Reproducibility Study Michael 
Färber, Timo Klein and Joan Sigloch
12:20-12:40     Learning to Rank Research Articles: A case study of 
collaborative filtering and learning to rank in ScienceDirect       Daniel 
Kershaw, Benjamin Pettit, Maya Hristakeva and Kris Jack
12:40-13:40     lunch
13:40-14:20     interactive demos (40min)       
14:20-14:40     Evaluating Pretrained Transformer Models for Citation 
Recommendation    Rodrigo Nogueira, Zhiying Jiang, Kyunghyun Cho and Jimmy Lin
14:40-15:00     Relations Between Relevance Assessments, Bibliometrics and 
Altmetrics   Timo Breuer, Philipp Schaer and Dirk Tunger
15:00-15:20     coffee 
15:20-16:00     discussion and further steps    
16:00-16:10     end + greeting notes    

Let's gather together on April 14!

Guillaume Cabanac, Philipp Mayr, and Ingo Frommholz
Guest Editors for the ‘B+IR’ Special Issue of Scientometrics

Please RT https://twitter.com/Philipp_Mayr/status/1247788954683760640

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