The Asia Information Retrieval Societies Conference (AIRS) aims to bring together researchers and developers working in the field of information retrieval (IR) to present new research results, exchange new ideas and demonstrate new systems. The scope of the conference covers applications, systems, technologies and theory aspects of information retrieval in text, audio, image, video and multimedia data. The 15th AIRS (AIRS 2019) welcomes submissions of original papers in the broad field of information retrieval.
AIRS 2019 website: http://airs2019.ouhk.edu.hk/
Technical issues covered include, but are not limited to:
- IR theory and formal models
- IR evaluation, test collections and evaluation measures, experimental design
- IR user models, behavioral analysis
- IR user interfaces, visualization, user studies
- Interactive IR, conversational IR, dialogue systems
- Query intent, search result diversification, personalization and privacy
- Web search, enterprise search, link analysis, adversarial IR
- Distributed IR, IR efficiency and scalability
- Digital libraries
- Cross-language retrieval, machine translation for IR
- Mobile IR, multimedia IR, social media IR
- Filtering and recommendation
- Text mining and natural language processing for IR
- Deep learning/machine learning for IR
- IR applications (e.g. educational, legal, political, medical)
- Submissions due (full, short, and demo papers): 6 July, 2019 (New)
- Notification of acceptance: 24 Aug, 2019 (New)
- Camera-ready deadline: 9 Sep, 2019 (New)
- Early-bird registration closes: 17 Sep, 2019 (New)
- Online registration closes: 21 Oct, 2019
- On-site registration: 22 Oct - 9 Nov, 2019
- AIRS 2019 conference: 7 - 9 Nov, 2019
All deadlines are in GMT.
AIRS 2019 accepts the following three types of papers.
Full papers: The page limit for full papers is 12 pages in the LNCS format.
Short papers: The page limit for short papers is 6 pages in the LNCS format. Compared to full papers, the contribution of short papers may be narrower in scope, be applied to a narrower set of application domains, or have weaker empirical support than that expected for a full paper. Submissions likely to generate discussions in new and emerging areas are especially encouraged.
Demo papers: The page limit for demo papers is 6 pages in the LNCS format. Demo papers present first-hand experience with research prototypes or operational systems. They provide opportunities to exchange ideas gained from implementing IR systems, and to obtain feedback from expert users.
All accepted full, short, and demo papers will be included in the LNCS conference proceedings.
Please follow the default author instructions for LNCS available at http://www.springer.com/jp/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines. In addition, please "anonymize" your paper to facilitate double-blind reviewing. Submissions that do not follow the guideline and those that exceed the page limit will be rejected without review. Duplicate submissions (the same paper being submitted to AIRS 2019 and to another conference at the same time), if detected, will also be rejected without review.
Please submit your paper to EasyChair at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=airs2019 by the aforementioned submission deadline. Once your paper gets accepted, you will be asked to send us a signed copyright form available at the above Springer website. At least one author per paper must register and present the work at the conference.