Maarten de Rijke
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Maarten de Rijke is full professor of Information Processing and Internet in the Informatics Institute at the University of Amsterdam. He holds MSc degrees in Philosophy and Mathematics (both cum laude), and a PhD in Theoretical Computer Science. He worked as a postdoc at CWI, before becoming a Warwick Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, UK. He joined the University of Amsterdam in 1998, and was appointed full professor in 2004.

He leads the Information and Language Processing Systems group, one of the leading academic research groups in information retrieval in Europe. During the most recent computer science research assessment exercise, the group achieved maximal scores on all dimensions. De Rijke's current focus is on intelligent web information access, with projects on search and discovery for social media, vertical search engines, machine learning for information retrieval, semantic search and multilingual information.

A Pionier personal innovational research incentives grant laureate (comparable to an advanced ERC grant), De Rijke has generated over 30MEuro in project funding. With an h-index of 43 he has published over 500 papers, published or edited over a dozen books, is editor for various journals and book series, and a former coordinator of retrieval evaluation tracks at TREC, CLEF and INEX. He is co-chair for SIGIR 2013, the director of the University of Amsterdam's Intelligent Systems Lab (ISLA) and its Center for Creation, Content and Technology (CCCT).


Lectures:

lecture
flag Personalized Search Result Diversification via Structured Learning
as presenter at  Research Sessions,
2061 views
  lecture
flag Life Mining
as author at  International Workshop on Search Computing, Brussels 2012,
2545 views
debate
flag Q&A session
as author at  W3C Workshop: Content on the Multilingual Web, Pisa 2011,
together with: Christian Lieske (chairman), Paula Shannon, Gustavo Lucardi, Chiara Pacella, Ian Truscott,
8207 views
  lecture
flag Emotions, experiences and the social media
as author at  W3C Workshop: Content on the Multilingual Web, Pisa 2011,
8334 views
lecture
flag Social media analysis and retrieval technologies
as author at  theMETAnk, Berlin 2010,
3307 views
  lecture
flag Searching for People in the Personal Work Space
as author at  Workshop on Intelligent Information Access (IIA), Helsinki 2006,
3390 views