Research-Paper Recommender Systems: A Literature Survey

“Research-Paper Recommender Systems: A Literature Survey” now available open access

“Research-Paper Recommender Systems: A Literature Survey”, our survey on recommender systems for research articles and citations is now available open access on Springer via ReadCube https://rdcu.be/5qT7. This survey is our most cited paper (241 citations according to Google Scholar), and we are glad that it is now available for free for Read more…

Click-through rate (CTR) and # of delivered recommendation in JabRef for Mr. DLib’s (MDL) and CORE’s recommendation engine and in total

Mr. DLib’s Living Lab for Scholarly Recommendations (preprint)

We published a manuscript on arXiv about the first living lab for scholarly recommender systems. This lab allows recommender-system researchers to conduct online evaluations of their novel algorithms for scholarly recommendations, i.e., research papers, citations, conferences, research grants etc. Recommendations are delivered through the living lab´s API in platforms such Read more…

Prof Henri Angelino (NII) and Prof Joeran Beel (TCD Dublin, Ireland) MoU Visit (Joint Recommender Systems Project)

MoU between the National Institute of Informatics (NII) and Trinity College Dublin (TCD) / SCSS / ADAPT

After being appointed as a visiting professor at the National Institute of Informatics (NII) a few weeks ago, there is more good news. The NII has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the School of Computer Science and Statistics (SCSS) of Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the ADAPT Research Centre. The MoU originates Read more…

Marie Curie Fellowship in Machine Learning etc.

Call for Marie Curie Individual Fellowships: We are open to supervise projects relating to recommender-systems, machine learning, and NLP here at TCD Dublin

The European Union has published the call for Individual Marie Curie Fellowships (MSCA) with the application deadline being 12 September 2018. The goal of the Individual Fellowships is to enhance the creative and innovative potential of experienced researchers. Our group has already one Marie Curie fellow, i.e. a postdoctoral researcher, as part of Read more…

'recommender systems ireland' Google results

Our website ranks #1 for ‘recommender systems ireland’ and ‘recommender systems dublin’ searches on Google

We started working at Trinity College Dublin 1.5 years ago and launched our new website only 2 months ago. Yet, Google ranks our website #1 for the search queries ‘recommender systems ireland‘ and ‘recommender systems dublin‘ and, not surprisingly, for the variations ‘ireland recommender systems‘ and ‘dublin recommender systems‘. Of course, this is not to mean that Read more…

26th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science, hosted by Trinity College Dublin

AICS’2018: We Co-Organize the 26th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science

We are delighted to announce the 26th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS’2018), which we will co-organize together with Rob Brennan, Ruth Byrne, Jeremy Debattista, and a renowned program committee. AICS 2018 takes place from December 6 to 7, 2018 at Trinity College Dublin, more precisely in the Long Room Read more…

Homepage of the Working Group of Prof Dr Joeran Beel (Machine Learning and Recommender Systems

Our new website is live!

Today, we launched our new website https://www.scss.tcd.ie/joeran.beel/. It provides lots of information about our research, publications, projects, and teaching relating to recommender systems, machine learning and more. The new website also combines the blog posts of our project websites Mr. DLib and Docear.