Schedule

Sunday, March 13

Registration

CHIIR registration will be open from -1:30PM in Room 14 of the School of Information and Library Science (SILS), located in Manning Hall on the campus of the University of North Carolina (map), and from -5:30PM at the conference hotel, the Hampton Inn and Suites (map).

Tutorials & Doctoral Consortium

The tutorials and doctoral consortium will be held at the School of Information and Library Science (map)

-5:00 – Doctoral Consortium (Room 307)

-5:00 – Full Day Tutorial: Modeling User Behavior (Room 01)

-5:00 – Half Day Tutorial: Applying Qualitative Methods (Room 208)

Breaks will take place in the lobby on the first floor of SILS. There will be a morning break from 10:30-11:00 and an afternoon break from 3:00-3:30. Lunch will be provided from 12:30-1:30 for doctoral consortium and full day tutorial attendees.

CHIIR 2016 Welcome Reception

-8:00 – B-Side Lounge (map)

Monday, March 14

Registration will be open from 8:00AM on.

From – Registration

-9:30 – Welcome and Opening

-10:30 – Keynote: Mark Ackerman (Session Chair: Rob Capra, University of North Carolina)

-11:00 – Break

-12:30 – Paper Session 1: Task-based Approaches (Moderator: Nick Belkin, Rutgers University)

Active and Passive Utility of Search Interface Features in Different Information Seeking Task Stages

  • Hugo C. Huurdeman (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • Max L. Wilson (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
  • Jaap Kamps (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands)

The Forgotten Needle in My Collections: Task-Aware Ranking of Documents in Semantic Information Space

  • Tuan A Tran (L3S Research Center, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)
  • Sven Schwarz (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Germany)
  • Claudia Niederée (L3S Research Center, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)
  • Heiko Maus (L3S Research Center, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany)
  • Nattiya Kanhabua (Aalborg University, Denmark)

Behaviour Mining for Automatic Task-Keeping and Visualisations for Task-Refinding

  • Charlie Abela (University of Malta, Malta)
  • Chris Staff (University of Malta, Malta)

-2:00 – Lunch

-3:30 – Paper Session 2: Working with Others (Moderator: Ian Ruthven, University of Strathclyde)

Contextual Support for Collaborative Information Retrieval

  • Shuguang Han (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
  • Daqing He (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
  • Zhen Yue (Yahoo! Labs, USA)
  • Jiepu Jiang (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA)

(The Lack of) Privacy Concerns with Sharing Web Activity at Work and the Implications for Collaborative Search

  • Scott Bateman (University of New Brunswick, Canada)
  • Carl Gutwin (University of Saskatchewan, Canada)

An AID for Avoiding Inadvertent Disclosure: Supporting Interactive Review for Privilege in E-Discovery

  • Jyothi K Vinjumur (University of Maryland, USA)
  • Douglas W Oard (University of Maryland, USA)
  • Amittai Axelrod (University of Maryland, USA)

-4:00 – Break

-4:30 – Short Paper Boaster Session (Chair: Jacek Gwizdka, University of Texas at Austin)

-8:00 – Poster Session (Hampton Inn)

Tuesday, March 15

-10:30 – Paper Session 3: Measuring and Describing the User Experience (Moderator: Pertti Vakkari, University of Tampere)

Deepening the Role of the User: Neuro-Physiological Evidence as a Basis for Studying and Improving Search

  • Javed Mostafa (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)
  • Jacek Gwizdka (University of Texas at Austin, USA)

Investigating the Role of User Engagement in Digital Reading Environments

  • Heather L. O'Brien (University of British Columbia, Canada)
  • Luanne Freund (University of British Columbia, Canada)
  • Richard Kopak (University of British Columbia, Canada)

User Experience Dimensions: A Systematic Approach to Experiential Qualities for Evaluating Information Interaction in Museums

  • Marianne Lykke (Aalborg University, Denmark)
  • Christian Jantzen (Aalborg University, Denmark)

-11:00 – Break

-12:30 – Paper Session 4: Assisting People during Search (Moderator: Max Wilson, University of Nottingham)

Knowledge Graphs versus Hierarchies: An Analysis of User Behaviours and Perspectives in Information Seeking

  • Bahareh Sarrafzadeh (University of Waterloo, Canada)
  • Alexandra Vtyurina (University of Waterloo, Canada)
  • Edward Lank (University of Waterloo, Canada)
  • Olga Vechtomova (University of Waterloo, Canada)

Exploring the Use of Query Auto Completion: Search Behavior and Query Entry Profiles

  • Catherine L Smith (Kent State University, USA)
  • Jacek Gwizdka (University of Texas at Austin, USA)
  • Henry Feild (Endicott College, USA)

What Affects Word Changes in Query Reformulation During a Task-based Search Session?

  • Jiepu Jiang (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA)
  • Chaoqun Ni (Simmons College, USA)

-2:00 – Lunch

-3:30 – Paper Session 5: Interaction in Contexts (Moderator: Jaime Teevan, Microsoft Research)

Understanding User Satisfaction with Intelligent Assistants

  • Julia Kiseleva (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)
  • Kyle Williams (Pennsylvania State University, USA)
  • Jiepu Jiang (University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA)
  • Ahmed Hassan Awadallah (Microsoft, USA)
  • Aidan C Crook (Microsoft, USA)
  • Imed Zitouni (Microsoft, USA)
  • Tasos Anastasakos (Microsoft, USA)

Playing Your Cards Right: The Effect of Entity Cards on Search Behaviour and Workload

  • Horatiu Bota (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)
  • Ke Zhou (Yahoo Labs London, United Kingdom)
  • Joemon M Jose (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

Impacts of Time Constraints and System Delays on User Experience

  • Anita Crescenzi (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)
  • Diane Kelly (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA)
  • Leif Azzopardi (University of Glasgow, United Kingdom)

-4:00 – Break

-5:00 – CHIIR it Forward

-9:00 – Banquet (Top of the Hill) (map)

Enter Top of the Hill through the "Back Bar" entrance on Columbia st.

Wednesday, March 16

-10:30 – Keynote: Pia Borlund (Session Chair: Diane Kelly, University of North Carolina)

-11:00 – Break

-12:30 – Paper Session 6: Usefulness, Learning and Relevance (Moderator: Charlie Clarke, University of Waterloo)

A Usefulness-based Approach for Measuring the Local and Global Effect of IIR Services

  • Daniel Hienert (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany)
  • Peter Mutschke (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany)

Assessing Learning Outcomes in Web Search: A Comparison of Tasks and Query Strategies

  • Kevyn Collins-Thompson (University of Michigan, USA)
  • Soo Young Rieh (University of Michigan, USA)
  • Carl C Haynes (Syracuse University, USA)
  • Rohail Syed (University of Michigan, USA)

A Comparison of Primary and Secondary Relevance Judgements for Real-Life Topics

  • Simon Wakeling (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)
  • Martin Halvey (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)
  • Robert Villa (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)
  • Laura Hasler (University of Sheffield, United Kingdom)

-2:00 – Lunch

-3:30 – Paper Session 7: Reading, Writing and Searching (Moderator: Dan Russell, Google)

History by Diversity: Helping Historians search News Archives

  • Jaspreet Singh (L3S Research Center, Germany)
  • Wolfgang Nejdl (L3S Research Center, Germany)
  • Avishek Anand (L3S Research Center, Germany)

How Writers Search: Analyzing the Search and Writing Logs of Non-fictional Essays

  • Matthias Hagen (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany)
  • Martin Potthast (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany)
  • Michael Völske (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany)
  • Jakob Gomoll (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany)
  • Benno Stein (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Germany)

You Can Check It Out But It Will Never Leave: Characterising Ebook Borrowing Patterns

  • Dana McKay (University of Melbourne, Australia)
  • George Buchanan (City University London, United Kingdom)

-4:00 – Break

-5:00 – Paper Session 8: Modeling Connections (Moderator: Leif Azzopardi, University of Glasgow)

Interactive Topic Modeling for aiding Qualitative Content Analysis

  • Aneesha Bakharia (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
  • Peter Bruza (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
  • Jim Watters (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
  • Bhuva Narayan (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)
  • Laurianne Sitbon (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)

The Information Network: Exploiting Causal Dependencies in Online Information Seeking

  • Prasanta Bhattacharya (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
  • Rishabh Mehrotra (University College London, United Kingdom)

-5:15 – Closing

Thursday, March 17

Workshops will be held at the School of Information and Library Science (SILS) (map)

-5:00 – SAUCE Workshop (Room 208)

-5:00 – SEADE Workshop (Room 14)

Breaks will take place in the lobby on the first floor of SILS. There will be a morning break from 10:30-11:00 and an afternoon break from 3:00-3:30. Lunch will be provided for workshop attendees from 12:30-1:30.