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January 31 - February 6, 2015, Shanghai, China
//www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/WSDM is one of the premier conferences covering research on search and data mining on the Web.
The Eighth International WSDM Conference will take place in Shanghai, China during January 31 – February 6, 2015. WSDM publishes original, high-quality papers related to search and data mining on the Web and the Social Web, with an emphasis on practical yet principled novel models of search and data mining, algorithm design and analysis, 
economic implications, and in-depth experimental analysis of accuracy and performance. Please visit the WSDM 2015 schedule at //www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/schedule/. 
We are looking forward to your participation! Early registration deadline is December 19, 2014.----------------------------------------------- This year program features a wide range of exciting talks and events. In addition to the main conference, we are delighted to have keynote talks, panel discussions, practice and experience talks, workshops, tutorials, and winter school lectures. These are carefully organized by the WSDM 2015 committees and will give you great exploration in the related research fields. These include the following.

Keynote Talks 
Three distinguished researchers will give the keynote talks this year:
  • Making Sense of Big Data with the Berkeley Data Analytics Stack, Michael Franklin (UC Berkeley)
  • The Information Life of Social Networks, Lada Adamic (Facebook)
  • Learning from User Interactions, Thorsten Joachims (Cornell University)
PanelWe have assembled a distinguished panel of eminent scientists to discuss topics related to big data. Five distinguished panelists will share their point of view and take questions from the moderator and the audience
  • Panel organizer: Andrei Broder (Google)
  • Panelists: Lada Adamic (Facebook), Michael Franklin (University of California at Berkeley), Maarten de Rijke (University of Amsterdam), Eric Xing (Carnegie Mellon University), and Kai Yu (Baidu)

WorkshopsFour workshops will be held on February 6 to cover novel topics and emerging areas in web search and data mining:
  • DL-WSDM’15: Deep Learning for Web Search and Data Mining at WSDM 2015
  • HIA’15: Heterogeneous Information Access Workshop at WSDM 2015
  • The 2nd workshop on Vertical Search Relevance at WSDM 2015
  • Scalable Data Analytics: Theory and Applications at WSDM 2015

Tutorials Six tutorials will be given on February 2:
  • Scalability and Efficiency Challenges in Large-Scale Web Search Engines by B. Barla Cambazoglu and Ricardo Baeza-Yates
  • Dynamic Information Retrieval Modeling by Grace Hui Yang, Marc Sloan, and Jun Wang 
  • Offline Evaluation and Optimization for Interactive Systems: A Practical Guide by Lihong Li 
  • Scalable Data Analytics: Theory and Applications at WSDM 2015 
  • Real-Time Bidding: A New Frontier of Computational Advertising Research by Shuai Yuan and Jun Wang 
  • Learning about health and medicine from Internet data by Elad Yom-Tov, Ingemar Cox and Vasileios Lampos 
  • Distributed Graph Algorithmics: Theory and Practice by Silvio Lattanzi and Vahab Mirrokni

Practice and Experience Talks We have five exciting practice and experience talks:
  • New Directions in Recommender Systems, by Jure Leskovec (Stanford)
  • Regressing Towards Simpler Prediction Systems, by Tushar Chandra (Google)
  • Semantic Matching in APP Search, by Juchao Zhuo (Tencent)
  • Boosting Search with Deep Understanding of Contexts and Users - Baidu's Practice, by Hau Wu (Baidu)
  • Global Optimization for Display Ad, by Rong Jin (Alibaba)

Winter School Lectures Winter school aims at promoting research on web search and data mining, as well as introducing the fundamentals and advances of related fields:
  • Four distinguished researchers, Jianfeng Gao (Microsoft Research), Noah Smith (Carnegie Mellon University), Jure Leskovec (Stanford University), and Eric Xing (Carnegie Mellon University) will give lectures.
  • Research topics related to web search and data mining, including deep learning, natural language processing, social network, and machine learning platform, will be discussed.
  • The winter school will be held at Shanghai Jiaotong University (Shang Yuan 500, located at 800 Dongchuan Road) on Jan 31Feb 1, 2015
  • Students, researchers, and industry practitioners are welcome to attend the winter school. Note that registrations must be made in advance. Due to space limitation, we will only accept the first 200 applications.
Accepted Papers
WSDM is a highly selective, single track conference covering diverse topics. This year we have 39 exciting papers to be included in the proceedings:
  • Yuan Zhong, Nicholas Jing Yuan, Wen Zhong, Fuzheng Zhang and Xing Xie. You Are Where You Go: Inferring Demographic Attributes from Location Check-ins
  • Maria Daltayanni, Luca de Alfaro and Panagiotis Papadimitriou. WorkerRank: Using Employer Implicit Judgements To Infer Worker Reputation
  • Bhavana Dalvi, Einat Minkov, Partha Talukdar and William Cohen. Automatic Gloss Finding for a Knowledge Base using Ontological Constraints
  • Saehoon Kim, Yuxiong He, Seung-Won Hwang, Sameh Elnikety and Seungjin Choi. DDS Prediction: Reducing Extreme Tail Latency in Web Search
  • Masrour Zoghi, Shimon Whiteson and Maarten de Rijke. MergeRUCB: A Method for Large-Scale Online Ranker Evaluation
  • Yao Wu and Martin Ester. FLAME: A Probabilistic Model Combining Aspect Based Opinion Mining and Collaborative Filtering
  • Yiming Yang, Hanxiao Liu, Jaime Carbonell and Wanli Ma. Concept Graph Learning from Educational Data
  • Silvio Lattanzi and Yaron Singer. The Power of Random Neighbors in Social Networks
  • Pengyuan Wang, Wei Sun, Dawei Yin, Jian Yang and Yi Chang. Robust Tree-based Causal Inference for Complex Ad Effectiveness Analysis
  • Jiliang Tang, Shiyu Chang, Charu Aggarwal and Huan Liu. Negative Link Prediction in Social Media
  • David Flatow, Mor Naaman, Eddie Xie, Yana Volkovich and Yaron Kanza. On the Bounds and Accuracy of Hyper-local Geocoding of Social Media Content
  • Giuseppe Ottaviano, Nicola Tonellotto and Rossano Venturini. Optimal Space-time Tradeoffs for Inverted Indexes
  • Oana Denisa Balalau, Francesco Bonchi, T-H. Hubert Chan, Francesco Gullo and Mauro Sozio. Finding Subgraphs with Maximum Total Density and Limited Overlap
  • Marios Kokkodis, Panagiotis Papadimitriou and Panos Ipeirotis. On Hiring Decisions in Online Labor Markets
  • Ravi Kumar, Mohammad Mahdian, Bo Pang, Andrew Tomkins and Sergei Vassilvitskii. Modeling Geographic Choice
  • Honglei Zhuang and Joel Young. Leveraging In-Batch Annotation Bias for Crowdsourced Active Learning
  • Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Di Jiang, Fabrizio Silvestri and Beverly Harrison. Predicting The Next App That You Are Going To Use
  • Shuai Gao, Jun Ma and Zhumin Chen. Modeling and Predicting Retweeting Dynamics on Microblogging Platforms
  • Bin Bi, Hao Ma, Paul Hsu, Wei Chu, Kuansan Wang and Junghoo Cho.Learning to Recommend Related Entities to Search Users
  • Ning Chen, Steven C.H. Hoi, Shaohua Li and Xiaokui Xiao. SimApp: A Framework for Detecting Similar Mobile Applications by Online Kernel Learning
  • Komal Kapoor, Karthik Subbian, Jaideep Srivastava and Paul Schrater. Timing Matters! – Modeling Dynamics of Boredom in Activity Streams
  • Alex Deng and Victor Hu. Diluted Treatment Effect Estimation for Trigger Analysis in Online Controlled Experiments
  • Shuzi Niu. Listwise Approach for Rank Aggregation in Crowdsourcing
  • Ramanathan Guha, Vineet Gupta, Vivek Raghunathan and Ramakrishnan Srikant. User Modeling for a Personal Assistant
  • Ravi Kumar, Andrew Tomkins, Sergei Vassilvitskii and Erik Vee. Inverting a Steady-State
  • Jin Kim, Lihong Li and Imed Zitouni. Pre-flight Success Prediction of Relevance Flights
  • Bruno Ribeiro and Christos Faloutsos. Modeling Website Popularity Competition in the Attention-Activity Marketplace
  • Mu Li, Amr Ahmed and Alex Smola. Inferring Movement Trajectories from GPS Snippets
  • Yuxiao Dong, Reid Johnson and Nitesh Chawla. Will This Paper Increase Your h-index? Scientific Impact Prediction
  • Nam Khanh Tran, Andrea Ceroni, Nattiya Kanhabua and Claudia Niederée. Back to the Past: Supporting Interpretations of Forgotten Stories by Time-aware Re-Contextualization
  • Ashwin Rajadesingan, Reza Zafarani and Huan Liu. Sarcasm Detection on Twitter: A Behavioral Modeling Approach
  • Roi Blanco, Giuseppe Ottaviano and Edgar Meij. Fast and Space-efficient Entity Linking in Queries
  • Alexey Drutsa, Pavel Serdyukov and Gleb Gusev. Engagement Periodicity in Search Engine Usage: Analysis and Its Application to Search Quality Evaluation
  • Jiepu Jiang, Ahmed Hassan, Xiaolin Shi and Ryen White. Understanding and Predicting Graded Search Satisfaction
  • Isac Ribeiro, Rodrygo Santos, Alberto Laender and Marcos Gonçalves. On Tag Recommendation for Expertise Profiling: A Case Study in the Scientific Domain
  • Thanh-Son Nguyen, Hady Lauw and Panayiotis Tsaparas. Review Synthesis for Micro-Review Summarization
  • Bin Liu, Deguang Kong, Lei Cen, Neil Zhenqiang Gong, Hongxia Jin and Hui Xiong. Personalized Mobile App Recommendation: Reconcling App Functionality and User Privacy Preference
  • Jialu Liu, Charu Aggarwal and Jiawei Han. On Integrating Network and Community Discovery
  • Michael Röder, Andreas Both and Alexander Hinneburg. Exploring the Space of Coherence Measures

We are looking forward to your participation in WSDM 2015! Our carefully designed program will give you great opportunities obtaining cutting edge information and meeting experts from various fields. More details of how to join this great research meeting:

Details and Logistics
  • The conference will be held in Crowne Plaza Hotel Fudan Shanghai (199 Handan Road, Shanghai)
  • Registration is open //www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/registration/
  • Visa information //www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/visa-information/
  • Travel information //www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/travel-information/
  • General Co-chairs: Xueqi Cheng (ICT, Chinese Academy of Science) and Hang Li (Huawei Technologies)
  • Program Co-chairs: Evgeniy Gabrilovich (Google) and Jie Tang (Tsinghua University)
  • Organizing committees //www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/organizers/
  • Program committees //www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/program-committee/

  • Please visit our website for more details //www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/
  • Please contact us at //www.wsdm-conference.org/2015/contact-us/ should there be anything unclear
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