Dr. Mostafa and Dr. Jacek Gwizdka publish a seminal paper in the newly launched community and conference focusing on information-human interactions and search behavior: Mostafa, J., & Gwizdka, J. (2016). Deepening the role of the user: Neuro-physiological evidence as a basis for studying and improving search. In CHIIR 2016 – Proceedings of the 2016 ACM […]
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Dr. Mostafa will be a Program Co-Chair at the 2016 CIKM Conference, Indianapolis, IN
Dr. Vincent Carrasco, Postdoctoral Student at LAIR, presented and lead a discussion session at the ACM SIGIR meeting in Santiago, Chile. Read more.
The paper presents new data using fMRI method on differentiated hemispheric patterns associated with topical and factual information seeking. More information at NeuroIS.org
Please join this exciting forum to be held in the gorgeous Campus “Casa Central” of Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (PUC Chile) and will be held in conjunction with the 38th Annual ACM SIGIR Conference. This campus is located in Av. Alameda 340, in Santiago Downtown, Chile. The workshop organizers are: Jacek Gwizdka, NeuroIR2015@gwizdka.com School […]
Prof. Mostafa is an associate editor for the upcoming ICIS 2015 Conference: Exploring the Information Frontier. Interested in being a reviewer? Please sign up here.
Mostafa, J. A Framework for Balancing Biomedical Data and Task Complexity in Provisioning Effective Information Services. Read More. An attempt toward consolidating 15-years of IR research. A version of this talk, presented at the Information Discover Lab, OHSU, was recorded and available in Youtube.
Yan graduated with a PhD degree from UNC in 2009. She is currently working as an Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin. [website]
Mayank has a keen interest in information architecture, personalization and retrieval particularly applied to the broad domains of education and healthcare. The current focus of Mayank’s work is content-based multimodal retrieval, personalization in music (applied to Bollywood and Indian classical music), information visualization, collaborative information seeking. [website]
Rahul worked with LAIR as a Research Assistant to create a disease ontology and an application to actively use this ontology in one of the major clinical trials on the disease. Rahul graduated with a MSIS degree from UNC in 2011. He is currently working at Microsoft.