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Thursday (October 3):
 08:0009:30  Breakfast with Check-in and Walk-up Registration (registration opens at 8 AM)
 09:30–10:00  Introductions
 10:00–11:00  Keynote talk Prof. Marti Hearst, U.C. Berkeley
 11.0011:30  Break
 11:30–12:30  Short Paper Presentations (x5)
 1. Designing for Consumer Search Behaviour – Tony Russell-Rose, Stephann Makri
 2. Democratizing Structured Data Publication on the Web
David Karger
 3. Web User Interaction Mining from Touch-Enabled Mobile Devices
Jeff Huang, Abdigani Diriye
 4. Encouraging Behavior: A Foray into Persuasive Computing
Elena Agapie, Gene Golovchinsky, Pernilla Qvarfordt
 5. Pseudo-Collaboration as a Method to Perform Selective Algorithmic Mediation in Collaborative IR Systems
Roberto González-Ibáñez, Chirag Shah, Ryen White
 12:30–13:30  Lunch
 The short papers above +
 1. Developing a Typology of Online Q&A Models and Recommending the Right Model for Each Question Type Erik Choi, Vanessa Kitzie, Chirag Shah
 2. Investigating Positive and Negative Affects in Collaborative Information Seeking: A Pilot Study Report Roberto González-Ibáñez, Chirag Shah
 3. To Ask or Not to Ask, That is The Question: Investigating Methods and Motivations for Online Q&A Vanessa Kitzie, Erik Choi, Chirag Shah
 4. Information Seeking Tasks: Why Do Searchers Feel Difficult? Jingjing Liu, Chang Suk Kim
 5. A Novel Architecture for a Smart Information Retrieval System Based on Opinions Engineering Youssef Meguebli, Fabrice Popineau, Bich-Lien Doan
 6. Finding Literary Themes with Relevance Feedback Aditi Muralidharan, Marti A. Hearst
 7. InFrame-Browsing: Enhancing Standard Web Search Marcus Nitsche, Andreas Nuernberger
 8. Trailblazer: Towards the Design of an Exploratory Search User Interface Marcus Nitsche, Andreas Nuernberger
 9. min: A Multi-Modal Web Interface for Math Search Christopher Sasarak, Kevin Hart, Siyu Zhu, Richard Pospesel, David Stalnaker, Lei Hu, Robert Livolsi, Richard Zanibbi
 10. Search Tactics in Collaborative Exploratory Web Search Zhen Yue, Shuguang Han, Daqing He
 11. Developing a Dual-Process Information-Seeking Model for Exploratory Search Michael Zarro
 12. Interactive Data Mining at the Speed of Thought Vladimir Zelevinsky
 13. Do Users with Different Domain Knowledge Select Different Sets of Documents? Xiangmin Zhang, Jingjing Liu, Xiaojun Yuan, Michael J. Cole, Nick Belkin, Chang Liu
 14. Predicting Task Difficulty from a User's Moment to Moment Cognitive Effort During Information Seeking Michael J. Cole, Jacek Gwizdka, Chang Liu, Nicholas J. Belkin
 15. Effects of Domain Knowledge on User Task Performance in a Knowledge Domain Visualization System Xiaojun Yuan, Chaomei Chen, Xiangmin Zhang, Josh Avery, Tao Xu
 16. Investigating the Effect of Visualization on User Performance of Information Systems – Xiaojun Yuan
 Full Paper Presentations (x2)
 1. Knowledge Journey: A Web Search Interface for Young Users Tatiana Gossen, Marcus Nitsche, Andreas Nuernberger
 2. Leyline: Provenance-Based Search Using a Graphical Sketchpad Seyedsoroush Ghorashi, Carlos Jensen
16:00–16:15  Break
 16:15–17:00  Discussion
 17:00  Leave IBM
 18:00–20:00  Reception at Technique

 Friday (October 4):
 08:00 – 09:00  Breakfast
 09:00 – 11:30
 Challenge Report Presentations (x5)
 1. Magnifico: A Platform For Expert Mining Using Metadata Na Li, Lei Zhou, Denis Gillet École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
 2. Social Network Based Search for Experts Yehonatan Bitton, Michael Fire, Dima Kagan, Bracha Shapira, Lior Rokach, Judit Bar-Ilan Ben-Gurion University
 3. IRIS-IPS: An Interactive People Search System for HCIR Challenge Shuguang Han, Daqing He, Zhen Yue, Jiepu Jiang, Wei Jeng University of Pittsburgh
 4. Exposing and exploring academic expertise with Virtu Luanne Freund, Kristof Kessler, Michael Huggett, Edie Rasmussen University of British Columbia
 5. “iF” People Search System Leo Liu University of California at Los Angeles
 11:30 – 11:45  Break
 11:45 – 12:45  Full Paper Presentations (x2)
 1. Modeling User Variance in Time-Biased Gain Mark Smucker, Charles Clarke
 2. Assigning Search Tasks Designed to Elicit Exploratory Search Behaviors Barbara Wildemuth, Luanne Freund
 12:45 – 13:00  Wrap Up

1. Short paper presentations are 12 minutes each, broken up as 5 min talk, 5 min Q&A, 2 min setup
2. Full paper and challenge report presentations are 30 minutes each, broken up as 20 min talk, 8 min Q&A, 2 min setup