Call for Forschungskooperationen/Research Cooperations

ZIM – das Zentrales Innovationsprogramm Mittelstand – geht in eine neue Runde. Wie auf der ZIM Website bekannt gegeben wurde, wird das Programm fortgeführt und auch finanziell aufgestockt. Das ZIM Programm hat das Ziel die Innovationskraft und Wettbewerbsfähigkeit von Unternehmen zu fördern und zu deren Wachstum sowie der Schaffung und Sicherung von Arbeitsplätzen beizutragen. Im […]

Supporting Complex Search Tasks @ ECIR 2015, Vienna Austria

Author: Erwin Gunadi

We presented our paper titled “Applied Distributed Information Retrieval in Enterprise Search” at the SCST Workshop in Vienna, Austria. The workshop was held as part of ECIR 2015 and dedicated to bring together a diverse group of researchers to discuss and exchange ideas about supporting complex search task. In this workshop, there […]

New Book: Smart Information Systems

Author: Till Plumbaum

We proudly announce that the book “Smart Information Systems – Computational Intelligence for Real-Life Applications” is now available via Springer. The book covers almost all current research topics of our research group.

From the Springer page: “The book demonstrates how to transform raw data into effective smart information services, covering the challenges […]

CeBIT 2014

With its main theme being “datability”, a new buzzword describing the ability to handle large data volumes, this year’s CeBIT fair was all about the intelligent analysis of data. Since data analysis is one of our core research areas of IRML, we were very happy that the fair provided an excellent venue for us to […]

2013 in a Nutshell

In the context of TU Berlin’s Leistungserfassung der Forschung, the assessment of the research-related activities of the university’s labs in 2013, we had to compile a list of our research output of that year. Having this list handy. we think its a good opportunity to wrap-up our activities of 2013.

Overall, it has been […]

Chinese Delegation interested in IRML research

Earlier this week, we welcomed a Chinese delegation from the Beijing Municipal Administration here at DAI Lab who were interested in learning about IT services provided for Government agencies in Germany.

We are involved in various projects that focus on the provision of smart information services for citizens and administration offices. In order to provide […]

CrowdRec project successfully kicked off

Earlier this week, CC IRML hosted the kick-off meeting of the European project CrowdRec. CrowdRec (Crowd-powered recommendation for continuous digital media access and exchange in social networks) is a 36 month Collaborative Project, partially funded by the European Commission via FP7. We are proud to be part of the consortium of eight partners from academia […]

Witamy, Radek!

Radek Nielek

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Radek Nielek at CC IRML. Radek is assistant professor at the Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology (PJWSTK) in Warsaw, Poland. PJWSTK is a research university which has been founded by both the Polish and Japanese government to foster research cooperation between both countries. Besides, Radek is […]

New scholarship student at DAI Lab

We are happy to welcome Cagdas Esiyok as new PhD student here at CC IRML. Cagdas has a master degree in intelligent systems from the University of Sussex (UK) and a bachelor degree from Gazi University (TUR). His research interests are natural language processing and opinion mining. He holds a scholarship from his home country.


NRS Challenge: Data set released

Author: Benjamin Kille

We are excited to announce that the NRS (News Recommender Systems) Challenge data set has been released. The challenge is co-located with ACM RecSys 2013 in Hong Kong, China. The data set contains about 84 million impressions and 2.5 million accepted recommendations. Additionally, news item attributes such as title, text snippets, and […]