diazf [at] acm [dot] org
My research focuses on the design and evaluation of information access systems, including information retrieval (e.g. web search) and recommendation systems. This has included developing evaluation metrics, designing algorithms, and understanding the broader, societal implications of these technologies.
Detailed information can be found on my curriculum vitae.
ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining (WSDM 2014), General Co-Chair
Workshop on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency on the World Wide Web (FATWEB)
WSDM Workshop on the Ethics of Online Experimentation
SIGIR Workshop on Reproducibility, Inexplicability, and Generalizability of Results (RIGOR)
ACM Workshop on Social Web Search and Mining: Analysis of User Generated Content Under Crisis
Web Search Engines
Experimental Design for Information Systems
Advanced Information Retrieval and Databases
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