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Research and Development in Human Information Interaction and Information Retrieval since 2000 at Sheffield, Glasgow, Melbourne, and Tsukuba.

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📆2020.10.08

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An editorial work published 🎉

📆2020.10.08

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SIGIR 2021 Senior Program Committee

📆2020.09.03

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Two book chapters published 🎉

📆2020.08.28

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CHIIR 2020 Tutorial Co-Chair

📆2020.07.07

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CHIIR 2021 Senior Program Committee

👤Biography

Hideo Joho is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Library, Information and Media Science, University of Tsukuba, Japan. His research focuses on the user-centered aspects of information interaction and information retrieval. Recent projects include Conversational Search, Lifelogging, and Temporal IR. He received his MSc and PhD degrees from Information School, University of Sheffield, UK, in 1999 and 2007, respectively. Prior to join University of Tsukuba in 2009, Dr. Joho was a post-doctoral researcher at School of Computing, University of Glasgow, UK. He was a visiting associate professor at School of Computer Science and Information Technology, RMIT University, Australia (2016-2017) and National Institute of Informatics, Japan (2011-2018). Dr. Joho is a co-funding member and the first Chair of Tokyo ACM SIGIR Chapter, and a Lifetime Professional Member of ACM. He served as an associate editor of Information Processing Management (2014-16) and is currently an Editorial Board Member. In 2019, he received the Best Faculty Award from University of Tsukuba for his research achievements. His h-index is 31 as of 1st October 2020 (Google Scholar).

Dr. Joho supervises students of Informatics Program, Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies, and College of Knowledge and Library Sciences at University of Tsukuba.

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