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24-27 марта в Москве пройдет 35-я ежегодная Европейская конференция по информационному поиску – ECIR 2013, которая организовывается Яндексом и НИУ ВШЭ.

В программу входят более ста презентаций исследований и докладов от ученых и практикующих специалистов со всего мира. На конференции выступят ученые из ведущих университетов Европы, США, Южной Америки, Азии, а также из компаний и индустриальных лабораторий, таких как Twitter, Yahoo! Labs, Microsoft Research, Ebay, IBM Research и Яндекс. Помимо этого, в программу включены воркшопы и Industry Day. Полную программу можно посмотреть на сайте.

The annual European Conference on Information Retrieval is the main European forum for the presentation of new research results in the field of Information Retrieval. The 35th ECIR conference will take place in Moscow, Russia, from the 24th to the 27th of March 2013. The conference is organised by Yandex, the most popular search engine and most visited website in Russia, in cooperation with one of Russia’s best rated and fastest growing universities, the Higher School of Economics. The conference encourages the submission of high quality research papers on a variety of topics reporting original, previously unpublished results. Conference proceedings will be published by Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Springer Verlag-Germany.

Date: Sunday, 24/Mar/2013

9:00am – 10:00am

Registration opens

10:00am – 11:30am

Tutorials and Workshops

11:30am – 12:00pm

Coffee break

12:00pm – 1:30pm

Tutorials and Workshops

1:30pm – 3:00pm

Lunch break

3:00pm – 4:30pm

Tutorials and Workshops

4:30pm – 5:00pm

Coffee break

5:00pm – 6:30pm

Tutorials and Workshops

7:00pm – 10:00pm

Welcoming reception

 

Date: Monday, 25/Mar/2013

9:30am – 10:00am

Opening

Location: Plenary

10:00am – 11:00am

K1: Keynote Session 1

Location: Plenary

11:30am – 1:00pm

P1: Paper Session 1: User Aspects

Location: Plenary

Presentations

Using Intent Information to Model User Behavior in Diversified Search

Aleksandr Chuklin1,2, Pavel Serdyukov1, Maarten de Rijke2

1: Yandex, Russia; 2: ISLA, University of Amsterdam


Understanding Relevance: An fMRI Study

Yashar Moshfeghi, Luisa Pinto, Frank Pollick, Joemon M. Jose

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


An Exploratory Study of Sensemaking in Collaborative Information Seeking

Yihan Tao, Anastasios Tombros

Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom

2:30pm – 4:00pm

P2a: Paper Session 2a: Multimedia and Cross-media IR

Location: Parallel 1

Presentations

Exploiting User Comments for Audio-visual Content Indexing and Retrieval

Carsten Eickhoff1, Wen Li1, Arjen P. de Vries2

1: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 2: Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica, Netherlands, The


An Evaluation of Labelling-Game Data for Video Retrieval

Riste Gligorov1, Michiel Hildebrand1, Jacco van Ossenbruggen1,2, Lora Aroyo1, Guus Schreiber1

1: VU Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: CWI Amsterdam, Netherlands, The


Multimodal Re-ranking of Product Image Search Results

Joyce Miranda dos Santos, João Marcos Bastos Cavalcanti, Patrícia Correia Saraiva, Edleno Silva de Moura

Federal University of Amazonas (UFAM), Brazil

P2b: Paper Session 2b: Data Mining

Location: Parallel 2

Presentations

Predicting Information Diffusion in Social Networks using Content and User’s Profiles

Cedric Lagnier2, Ludovic Denoyer1, Eric Gaussier2, Patrick Gallinari1

1: UPMC - LIP6, France; 2: IMAG, France


How Tagging Pragmatics Influence Tag Sense Discovery in Social Annotation Systems

Thomas Niebler1, Philipp Singer2, Dominik Benz3, Christian Körner2, Markus Strohmaier2, Andreas Hotho1

1: University of Wuerzburg, Germany; 2: Knowledge Management Institute, Graz University of Technology; 3: Knowledge & Data Engineering Group, University of Kassel


A Unified Framework for Monolingual and Cross-Lingual Relevance Modeling Based on Probabilistic Topic Models

Ivan Vulić, Marie-Francine Moens

Department of Computer Science, KU Leuven, Belgium

4:30pm – 6:30pm

P3: Paper Session 3: Short Presentations

Location: Plenary

Presentations

A Versatile Tool for Privacy-Enhanced Web Search

Avi Arampatzis, George Drosatos, Pavlos S. Efraimidis

Democritus University of Thrace, Greece


Exploiting Relevance, Novelty and Diversity in Tag Recommendation

Fabiano Muniz Belém, Eder Ferreira Martins, Marcos André Gonçalves, Jussara Marques Almeida

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil


Example Based Entity Finding in the Web of Data

Marc Bron1, Krisztian Balog2, Maarten de Rijke1

1: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The; 2: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Dept. of Computer and Information Science


A Fast Generative Spell Corrector based on Edit Distance

Ishan Chattopadhyaya, Kannappan Sirchabesan, Krishanu Seal

AOL, India


Being confident about the quality of the predictions in Recommender Systems

Sergio Cleger-Tamayo2, Juan M. Fernández-Luna1, Juan F. Huete1, Nava Tintarev3

1: University of Granada, Spain; 2: University of Holguin, Cuba; 3: University of Aberdeen, UK


Two-Stage Learning to Rank for Information Retrieval

Van Dang, Michael Bendersky, Bruce Croft

University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States of America


Hybrid Query Scheduling for a Replicated Search Engine

Ana Freire1, Craig Macdonald2, Nicola Tonellotto3, Iadh Ounis2, Fidel Cacheda1

1: University of A Coruña, Spain; 2: University of Glasgow, UK; 3: National Research Council of Italy, Italy


Latent Factor Blockmodel for Modelling Relational Data

Sheng GAO1, Patrick GALLINARI2

1: PRIS - Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, People's Republic of; 2: LIP6 - Université Pierre et Marie CURIE


Estimation of the Collection Parameter of Information Models for IR

Parantapa Goswami, Eric Gaussier

Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1, France


Increasing Stability of Result Organization for Session Search

Dongyi Guan, Hui Yang

Georgetown University, United States of America


Updating Users About Time Critical News Events

Qi Guo2, Fernando Diaz1, Elad Yom-Tov1

1: Microsoft Research; 2: Emory University


Comparing Crowd-based, Game-based, and Machine-based Approaches in Initial Query and Query Refinement Tasks

Christopher Harris, Padmini Srinivasan

The University of Iowa, United States of America


Reducing the Uncertainty in Resource Selection

Ilya Markov1, Leif Azzopardi2, Fabio Crestani1

1: University of Lugano, Switzerland; 2: University of Glasgow, UK


Exploiting Time in Automatic Image Tagging

Philip McParlane, Joemon Jose

The University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


Using Text-based Web Image Search Results Clustering to Minimize Mobile Devices Wasted Space Interface

Jose G Moreno, Gaël Dias

University of Caen - Lower Normandy, France


Discovery and Analysis of Evolving Topical Social Discussions on Unstructured Microblogs

Kanika Narang, Seema Nagar, Sameep Mehta, L V Subramaniam, Kuntal Dey

IBM Research India, India


Web Credibility: Features Exploration and Credibility Prediction

Alexandra Olteanu, Stanislav Peshterliev, Xin Liu, Karl Aberer

EPFL, Switzerland


Query Suggestions for Textual Problem Solution Repositories

Deepak P1, Sutanu Chakraborti2, Deepak Khemani2

1: IBM Research - India, India; 2: Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India


Improving ESA with Document Similarity

Tamara Polajnar1, Nitish Aggarwal1, Kartik Assoja2, Paul Buitelaar1

1: National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; 2: Departamento de Inteligencia Artificial Universidad Politécnica de Madrid


Ontology-Based Word Sense Disambiguation for Scientific Literature

Roman Prokofyev1, Gianluca Demartini1, Alexey Boyarsky2, Oleg Ruchayskiy3, Philippe Cudre-Mauroux1

1: University of Fribourg, Switzerland; 2: Instituut-Lorentz for Theoretical Physics, Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands; 3: CERN TH-Division, PH-TH, Geneva 23, Switzerland


A Language Modeling Approach for Extracting Translation Knowledge from Comparable Corpora

Razieh Rahimi, Azadeh Shakery

University of Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of


Content-Based Re-ranking of Text-Based Image Search Results

Franck Thollard1, Georges Quénot2

1: LIG - Université Joseph Fourier, France; 2: LIG - CNRS


Encoding Local Binary Descriptors by Bag-of-Features with Hamming Distance for Visual Object Categorization

yu zhang, chao zhu, stephane bres, liming chen

liris, France


Recommending High Utility Query via Session-Flow Graph

Xiaofei Zhu1,2, Jiafeng Guo1, Xueqi Cheng1, Yanyan Lan1, Wolfgang Nejdl2

1: Institute Of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy Of Sciences,Beijing, China; 2: L3S Research Center, Hanover, Germany


URL redirection accounting for improving link-based ranking methods

Maksim Zhukovskii, Gleb Gusev, Pavel Serdyukov

Yandex, Russian Federation

6:30pm – 8:30pm

PD-demo: Short Papers with Demo Presentation

Location: Parallel 1

Presentations

Re-Leashed! The PuppyIR framework for developing information services for children, adults and dogs

Leif Azzopardi, Doug Dowie

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


A Web Mining Tool for Assistance with Creative Writing

Boris Galitsky1, Sergei O Kuznetsov2

1: eBay, United States of America; 2: Higher School of Economics, Russia


DS4: A Distributed Social and Semantic Search System

Dionisis Kontominas1, Paraskevi Raftopoulou1, Christos Tryfonopoulos1, Euripides G.M. Petrakis2

1: University of Peloponnese, Greece; 2: Technical University of Crete, Greece


Serelex: Search and Visualization of Semantically Related Words

Alexander Panchenko1,2, Pavel Romanov2, Olga Morozova1, Hubert Naets1, Andrew Philippovich2, Alexey Romanov2, Cédrick Fairon1

1: Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; 2: Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russia


SIAM: Social Interaction Analysis for Multimedia

Jerome Picault, Myriam Ribiere

Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, France


Exploratory Search on Social Media

Aaron Russ1, Michael Kaisser2

1: German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence, Germany; 2: AGT International, Germany


VisNavi: Citation Context Visualization and Navigation

Farag Saad, Brigitte Mathiak

Gesis - leibniz institute for the social sciences, Germany


Face-based People Searching in Videos

Jan Sedmidubsky, Michal Batko, Pavel Zezula

Masaryk University, Czech Republic


Political Hashtag Trends

Ingmar Weber1, Venkata Rama Kiran Garimella1, Asmelash Teka2

1: Yahoo! Research, Spain; 2: Erasmus Mundus master DMKM, Spain


OPARS : Objective Photo Aesthetics Ranking System

Huang Xiao, Han Xiao, Claudia Eckert

Technical University of Munich, Germany

PD-poster: Short Papers with Poster Presentation

Location: Parallel 2

Presentations

Lo mejor de dos idiomas -- Cross-lingual linkage of geotagged Wikipedia articles

Dirk Ahlers

UNITEC, Honduras


A Pilot Study on Using Profile-Based Summarisation for Interactive Search Assistance

Azhar Hasan Alhindi, Udo Kruschwitz, Chris Fox

University of Essex, United Kingdom


Exploring Patent Passage Retrieval using Nouns Phrases

Linda Sara Maud Andersson1, Parvaz Mahdabi2, Allan Hanbury1, Andreas Rauber1

1: Vienna University of Technology, Austria; 2: University of Lugano, Switzerland


Investigating the relationship between Usage and Findability within Websites

Leif Azzopardi, Colin Wilkie

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


Characterizing Health-Related Community Question Answering

Alexander Beloborodov1, Artem Kuznetsov1, Pavel Braslavski1,2

1: Ural Federal University, Russian Federation; 2: Kontur Labs


A Topic Person Multi-polarization Method using Friendship Network Analysis

Zhong-Yong Chen, Chien Chin Chen

National Taiwan University, Taiwan, Republic of China


Improving cyberbullying detection with user context

Maral Dadvar1, Dolf Trieschnigg2, Roeland Ordelman1, Franciska de Jong1

1: Human Media Interaction Group, University of Twente; 2: Database Group. University of Twente


Snippet-based Relevance Predictions for Federated Web Search

Thomas Demeester1, Dong Nguyen2, Dolf Trieschnigg2, Chris Develder1, Djoerd Hiemstra2

1: University of Ghent, Belgium; 2: University of Twente, the Netherlands


Designing Human-Readable User Profiles for Search Evaluation

Carsten Eickhoff1, Kevyn Collins-Thompson2, Paul Bennett2, Susan Dumais2

1: Delft University of Technology, Netherlands, The; 2: Microsoft Research, United States of America


Sentiment Classification Based on Phonetic Characteristics

Sergei Ermakov, Liana Ermakova

Perm State National Research University, Russian Federation


Cross-Language Plagiarism Detection using a Multilingual Semantic Network

Marc Franco Salvador, Parth Gupta, Paolo Rosso

Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain


Classification of Opinion Questions

Hongping Fu1, Zhendong Niu1, Chunxia Zhang2, Lu Wang2, Peng Jiang3, Ji Zhang2

1: School of Computer Science and Technology, Beijing Institute of Technology, China, People's Republic of; 2: School of Software, Beijing Institute of Technology, China, People's Republic of; 3: HP Labs China


Tempo of search actions to modeling successful sessions

Kazuya Fujikawa1, Hideo Joho2, Shin-ichi Nakayama2

1: Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, University of Tsukuba, Japan; 2: Faculty of Library, Information and Media Science, University of Tsukuba, Japan


Near-Duplicate Detection for Online-Shops Owners: an FCA-based Approach

Dmitry I. Ignatov, Andrey V. Konstantinov, Yana Chubis

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russian Federation


Incremental Reranking for Hierarchical Text Classification

Qi Ju1, Alessandro Moschitti2

1: University of Trento, Italy; 2: University of Trento, Italy


Topic Model for User Reviews with Adaptive Windows

Takuya Konishi1, Fuminori Kimura2, Akira Maeda2

1: Nara Institute Science and Technology, Japan; 2: Ritsumeikan University, Japan


Time Based Feedback and Query Expansion for Twitter Search

Naveen Kumar, Ben Carterette

University of Delaware, United States of America


Is Intent-Aware Expected Reciprocal Rank Sufficient to Evaluate Diversity?

Teerapong Leelanupab1, Guido Zuccon2, Joemon M. Jose3

1: King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok, 10520, Thailand; 2: Australian e-Health Research Centre, CSIRO Brisbane, QLD, 4029, Australia; 3: School of Computing Science University of Glasgow Glasgow, G12 8RZ, United Kingdom


Late Data Fusion for Microblog Search

Shangsong Liang, Maarten de Rijke, Manos Tsagkias

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands


A Task-Specific Query and Document Representation for Medical Records Search

Nut Limsopatham, Craig Macdonald, Iadh Ounis

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom


On CORI Results Merging

Ilya Markov1, Avi Arampatzis2, Fabio Crestani1

1: University of Lugano, Switzerland; 2: Democritus University of Thrace, Greece


Detecting Friday Night Party Photos: Semantics for Tag Recommendation

Philip McParlane2, Yelena Mejova1, Ingmar Weber1

1: Yahoo! Research, Spain; 2: Glasgow University


Optimizing nDCG Gains by Minimizing Effect of Label Inconsistency

Pavel Metrikov, Virgil Pavlu, Javed Aslam

Northeastern University, United States of America


Least squares consensus clustering: criteria, methods, experiments

Boris Mirkin, Andrey Shestakov

Highest School of Economics, Russian Federation


Domain Adaptation of Statistical Machine Translation models with Monolingual Data for Cross Lingual Information Retrieval

Vassilina Nikoulina, Stephane Clinchant

XRCE, France


Text Summarization while Maximizing Multiple Objectives with Lagrangian Relaxation

Masaaki Nishino, Norihito Yasuda, Tsutomu Hirao, Jun Suzuki, Masaaki Nagata

NTT Communication Science Laboratories, Japan


Topic Models Can Improve Domain Term Extraction

Michael Nokel1, Elena Bolshakova1, Natalia Loukachevitch2

1: Moscow State University, Russian Federation; 2: Research Computing Center Moscow State University, Russian Federation


Towards Detection of Child Sexual Abuse Media: Categorization of the Associated Filenames

Alexander Panchenko, Richard Beaufort, Hubert Naets, Cédrick Fairon

Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium


Leveraging Latent Concepts for Retrieving Relevant Ads For Short Text

Ankit Patil, Kushal Dave, Vasudeva Varma

International Institute of Information Technology Hyderabad, India


Robust PLSA Performs Better Than LDA

Anna Potapenko1, Konstantin Vorontsov1,2,3

1: Moscow State University, Russian Federation; 2: Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russian Federation; 3: Institution of Russian Academy of Sciences Dorodnicyn Computing Centre, Russian Federation


WANTED: Focused Queries for Focused Retrieval

Georgina Ramirez

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain


Exploiting Click Logs for Adaptive Intranet Navigation

Sharhida Saad, Udo Kruschwitz

University of Essex, United Kingdom


Leveraging Microblogs for Spatiotemporal Music Information Retrieval

Markus Schedl

Johannes Kepler University (JKU), Austria


Topic-focused Summarization of Chat Conversations

Arpit Sood, Thanvir P Mohamed, Vasudeva Varma

IIIT Hyderabad, India


Risk Ranking from Financial Reports

Ming-Feng Tsai1, Chuan-Ju Wang2

1: National Chengchi University, Taiwan, Republic of China; 2: Taipei Municipal University of Education, Taiwan, Republic of China


Sub-Sentence Extractive Summarization based on Combinatorial Optimization

Norihito Yasuda, Masaaki Nishino, Tsutomu Hirao, Masaaki Nagata

NTT Corporation, Japan


Detecting Expected and Unexpected Adverse Drug Reactions from User Reviews on Social Media Sites

Andrew Yates, Nazli Goharian

Georgetown University, United States of America


The Impact of Temporal Intent Variability on Diversity Evaluation

Ke Zhou1, Stewart Whiting1, Joemon Jose1, Mounia Lalmas2

1: University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: Yahoo! Lab, Barcelona, Spain

 

Date: Tuesday, 26/Mar/2013

10:00am – 11:00am

K2: Keynote Session 2

Location: Plenary

11:30am – 1:00pm

P4: Paper Session 4: IR Theory and Formal Models

Location: Plenary

Presentations

Semantic Search Log k-Anonymization with Generalized k-Cores of Query Concept Graph

Claudio Carpineto, Giovanni Romano

Fondazione Ugo Bordoni, Italy


A Joint Classification Method to Integrate Scientific and Social Networks

Mahmood Neshati1, Ehsaneddin Asgari2, Djoerd Hiemstra3, Hamid Beigy1

1: Sharif University of Technology, Iran, Islamic Republic of; 2: School of Computer and Communication Science (IC), Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne - EPFL; 3: Database Research Group, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS) Department, University of Twente


Using Document-Quality Measures to Predict Web-Search Effectiveness

Fiana Raiber, Oren Kurland

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

2:30pm – 4:00pm

P5a: Paper Session 5a: IR System Architectures

Location: Parallel 1

Presentations

Training Efficient Tree-Based Models for Document Ranking

Nima Asadi, Jimmy Lin

University of Maryland, College Park, United States of America


DTD-based costs for Tree-Edit distance in Structured Information Retrieval

Cyril Laitang, Karen Pinel-Sauvagnat, Mohand Boughanem

IRIT, France


Ranked Accuracy and Unstructured Distributed Search

Sami Richardson, Ingemar J. Cox

University College London, United Kingdom

P5b: Paper Session 5b: Classification

Location: Parallel 2

Presentations

Learning to Rank from Structures in Hierarchical Text Classification

Qi Ju1, Alessandro Moschitti2, Richard Johansson3

1: University of Trento, Italy; 2: University of Trento, Italy; 3: University of Gothenburg, Sweden


Folktale classification using learning to rank

Dong Nguyen, Dolf Trieschnigg, Mariet Theune

Twente University, Netherlands, The


Open-set Classification for Automated Genre Identification

Dimitrios Pritsos, Efstathios Stamatatos

Aegean University, Greece

4:30pm – 6:00pm

P6a: Paper Session 6a: Web

Location: Parallel 1

Presentations

Semantic Tagging of Places based on User Interest Profiles

Vinod Kumar Hegde, Josiane Xavier Parreira, Manfred Hauswirth

Digital Enterprise Research Institute, Ireland


Sponsored Search Ad Selection by Keyword Structure Analysis

Kai Hui1, Bin Gao2, Ben He1, Tiejian Luo1

1: University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, People's Republic of; 2: Microsoft Research Asia


Intent-based browsing activity segmentation

Yury Ustinovskiy, Anna Mazur, Pavel Serdyukov

Yandex, Russian Federation

P6b: Paper Session 6b: Event Detection

Location: Parallel 2

Presentations

Extracting Event-Related Information from Article Updates in Wikipedia

Mihai Georgescu, Nattiya Kanhabua, Daniel Krause, Wolfgang Nejdl, Stefan Siersdorfer

L3S Research Center / Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany


Using WordNet Hypernyms and Dependency Features for Phrasal-level Event Recognition and Type Classification

Yoonjae Jeong, Sung-Hyon Myaeng

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)


Aggregating Evidence from Hospital Departments to Improve Medical Records Search

Nut Limsopatham, Craig Macdonald, Iadh Ounis

University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

7:30pm – 11:00pm

Conference party

 

Date: Wednesday, 27/Mar/2013

10:00am – 11:30am

K3: Keynote Session 3 (industry track)

Location: Plenary

12:00pm – 1:30pm

P7: Paper Session 7 (industry track)

Location: Plenary

3:00pm – 4:30pm

P8a: Paper Session 8a (industry track)

Location: Parallel 1

P8b: Paper Session 8b: Temporal IR

Location: Parallel 2

Presentations

An N-Gram Topic Model for Time-Stamped Documents

Shoaib Jameel, Wai Lam

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. (China)


Influence of Timeline and Named-entity Components on User Engagement

Yashar Moshfeghi1, Michael Matthews2, Roi Blanco2, Joemon M. Jose1

1: University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; 2: Yahoo! Research Lab, Spain


Cognitive Temporal Document Priors

Maria-Hendrike Peetz, Maarten de Rijke

University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, The

5:00pm – 6:30pm

P9a: Paper Session 9a (industry track)

Location: Parallel 1

P9b: Paper Session 9b: Microblog Search

Location: Location: Parallel 2

Presentations

Combining Recency and Topic-Dependent Temporal Variation for Microblog Search

Taiki Miyanishi, Kazuhiro Seki, Kuniaki Uehara

Graduate School of System Informatics Kobe University, Japan


Subjectivity annotation of the Microblog 2011 Realtime Adhoc relevance judgments

Georgios Paltoglou, Kevan Buckley

University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom


Geo-spatial Event Detection in the Twitter Stream

Maximilian Walther, Michael Kaisser

AGT International, Germany

6:30pm – 7:00pm

Closing

Location: Plenary

 

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Important Dates

Authors (at least one for a paper) registration deadline: January 8, 2013 
Early registration deadline: January 15, 2013 

Regular Participant Registration Fees

Full, incl. Tutorial/Workshops + Conference + Industry Day (24 - 27 March):
before 15th January - €450 
after 15th January - €500
Partial, one day registration, incl. Tutorial/Workshops (24 March) only:
€100 (no early bird deadline) 
Partial, one day registration, incl. Industry day (27 March) only: 
€150 (no early bird deadline) 
Partial, incl. Tutorial/Workshops + Industry Day (24 and 27 March): 
€250 (no early bird deadline) 

Student Participant Registration Fees

Full, incl. Tutorial/Workshops + Conference + Industry Day (24 - 27 March):
before 15th January - €250 
after 15th January - €300
(there are no special student fees for Workshops/Tutorials or Industry day only)

Registration system
To register, please, use the ECIR 2013 online registration system athttp://regonline.com/ecir2013moscow. Before registering, please, read the notes below. 

Notes

  1. Acceptance for the conference and/or for publication requires that at least one of the authors must register for the conference. You or one of your co-authors need to register for the conference BEFORE 8 JANUARY 2013. Papers none of whose authors have registered by 8 January, 2013, will not be published in the Proceedings, without exceptions.
  2. For student registration, you must be a full-time student (Master/PhD) at the time of the conference in March 2013 (not the time of paper submission). An official and valid student ID or an official letter confirming the student status must be presented at the registration desk when picking up your badge at the conference.
  3. Partial registrations (only for workshops/tutorials and/or Industry day) do not include a banquet ticket. However, it is possible to order one in the registration form.
  4. If you need Russian Visa, please, follow instructions at our Visa application page right after the registration.
  5. No refunds will be possible, but it is possible to "transfer" the existing registration to another person.

 

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Информация по оплате для российских участников

Российские участники могут производить оплату двумя способами:

1) Через систему RegOnline, по http://regonline.com/ecir2013moscow. Платежи в соответствии с настоящим вариантом оплаты участия в Конференции осуществляются в Евро. Система RegOnline автоматически после перечисления денежных средств предоставляет в электронном виде отчет об оплате участия в Конференции. 

2) Альтернативным способом, если участнику необходимы подтверждающие документы об оплате участия в конференции в соответствии с российским законодательством. В этом случае участник направляет на указанный адресregistration@ecir2013.org письмо с просьбой выставить счет за участие в Конференции на имя участника конференции, либо на имя организации. В письме необходимо указать реквизиты, перечисленные в пункте 5.1.2условий участия в конференции. Для оплаты также необходимо иметь логин на Яндексе и сообщить его в письме. 

Оплата обоими способами проводится только банковскими картами.

Участники, регистрирующиеся на конференцию своим фактом регистрации подтверждают, что согласны с условиями участия в конференции.

 

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