Information Retrieval Research Group at TH Köln

Who We Are

& What We Do

Information retrieval (IR) is the activity of obtaining information resources relevant to an information need. The best known IR usecase are search engines - the most prominent one of course is Google. The Information Retrieval Research Group at Technische Hochschule Köln (University of Applied Sciences) is doing research and development in the fields of retrieval evaluation, digital libraries, query suggestions and bibliometrics enhanced retrieval methods.

NEWSMandy Neumann participated in the JCDL 2018

From 3 to 6 June Mandy Neumann participated in the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2018) in Fort Worth, TX, USA. You can find our paper on the JCDL 2018 Website now: Prioritizing and Scheduling Conferences for Metadata Harvesting in dblp. Also have a look at the presentation that was held.

NEWSPaper accepted for JCDL 2018 available at the ArXiv

We are happy to announce that our paper we wrote together with Christopher and Ralf from dblp on “ Prioritizing and Scheduling Conferences for Metadata Harvesting in dblp” was accepted the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2018). As usual we deposited a preprint of the paper at arXiv.org.