Today I was appointed as Visiting Professor at the National Institute of Informatics (NII), effective 1. April 2018 for the forthcoming four years. I am very grateful for the generous support of the NII, and I am looking forward to visiting the NII approximately once or twice a year for a few weeks to collaborate on research relating to recommender systems, machine learning, natural language processing and our other research areas. I have been working closely together with the NII in Tokyo for quite a while, in particular with the Digital Content and Media Division and Prof Dr Akiko Aizawa. As such, I am glad to continue and intensify the collaboration for at least four years.
Tag: Recommender Systems in Dublin (Ireland)
Recommender Systems is one of our core research areas, here at Trinity College Dublin in Ireland. We particularly focus on the evaluation of recommender systems, the development of real-world recommender systems, user modelling, and several aspects more (e.g. labelling of recommendations, impact of demographics, recommendation persistence, position bias, choice overload, and recommender system datasets). For more details on our work on recommender systems read the blog posts below, have a look at the menu above, or visit us at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.