Program

The IRCDL 2020 conference will start on January 30th (Thursday), in the morning and it will end with on January 31st (Friday) in the afternoon.

Proceedings

IRCDL 2020 proceedings are freely available by using the following link: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-39905-4

Detailed Program

 

January 30th (Thursday)


8:30 – 9:00 – Registration

9:00 – 09:10 – Opening session

09:10 – 10:10 – Invited talk

  • Context-aware Distributed Mobile Search – Fabio Crestani (Università della Svizzera Italiana)

10:10 – 11:00 – Information Retrieval

  • An Information Visualization Tool for the Interactive Component-Based Evaluation of Search Engines – Giacomo Rocco and Gianmaria Silvello [20 min]
  • Towards a Decision Support Framework for Forensic Analysis of Dynamic Signatures – Daniela Mazzolini, Patrizia Pavan, Giuseppe Pirlo and Gennaro Vessio  [15 min]
  • Reproducibility of the Neural Vector Space Model via Docker – Nicola Ferro, Stefano Marchesin, Alberto Purpura and Gianmaria Silvello [15 min]

11:00 – 11:30 – Coffee break

11:30 – 12:50 – Information Retrieval and data science

  • 3D Average Common Submatrix Measure – Federica Franco, Alessia Amelio and Sergio Greco [15 min]
  • Text-to-Image Synthesis Based on Machine Generated Captions – Marco Menardi, Alex Falcon, Saida S.Mohamed, Lorenzo Seidenari, Giuseppe Serra, Alberto Del Bimbo and Carlo Tasso [20 min]
  • A Streamlined Pipeline to Enable the Semantic Exploration of a Bookstore – Miguel Ceriani, Eleonora Bernasconi and Massimo Mecella [15 min]
  • Identifying, Classifying and Searching Graphic Symbols in the NOTAE System – Maria Boccuzzi, Tiziana Catarci, Luca Deodati, Andrea Fantoli, Antonella Ghignoli, Francesco Leotta, Massimo Mecella, Anna Monte and Nina Sietis [20 min]

12:50 – 14:30 – Lunch break

14:30 – 16:00 – Open Science

  • Nanocitation : Complete and Interoperable Citations of Nanopublications – Erika Fabris, Tobias Kuhn and Gianmaria Silvello [15 min]
  • RepOSGate: Open Science Gateways for Institutional Repositories – Michele Artini, Leonardo Candela, Paolo Manghi and Silvia Giannini [20 min]
  • Training Data stewards in Italy: reflection on the FAIR RDM Summer School – Anna Maria Tammaro and Stefano Caselli [20 min]  
  • Creating Digital Cultural Heritage with open data: from FAIR to FAIR5 Principles – Nicola Barbuti [20 min]

16:00 – 16:30 – Coffee break

16:30 – 17:30 – Panel – The IRCDL series: From Digitalization to Data Science

  • Chair: Floriana Esposito
  • Panelists: Maristella Agosti, Tiziana Catarci, Alberto Del Bimbo, Stefano Ferilli, Gianmaria Silvello, Costantino Thanos.

 

 

January 31st (Friday)


9:00 – 10:00 – Invited talk

  • Aiuto – ho troppi dati! Digital library users and their challenges with big data – Elke Greifeneder (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

10:00 – 11:00 – Cultural Heritage

  • TindArt, an experiment on User Profiling for museum application – Daniel Zilio, Nicola Orio and Camilla Toniolo [20 min]
  • Recognition of Concordances for Indexing in Digital Libraries – Simone Marinai, Samuele Capobianco, Zahra Ziran, Andrea Giuntini and Pierluigi Mansueto [20 min]
  • Towards a Tool for Visual Link Retrieval and Knowledge Discovery in Painting Datasets – Giovanna Castellano and Gennaro Vessio [15 min]

11:00 – 11:30 – Coffee break

11:30 – 13:00 – Big data and Data science 

  • Lost in translation: can we talk about big data fairly? – Matilde Fontanin and Paola Castellucci [20 min]
  • Re-implementing and extending Relation Network for R-CBIR – Nicola Messina, Giuseppe Amato and Fabrizio Falchi [20 min]
  • Actual Researcher Contribution (ARC) Versus the Perceived Contribution to the Scientific Body of Knowledge – Mohanad Halaweh [20 min]
  • An Ontology and Knowledge Graph Infrastructure for Digital Library Knowledge Representation – Stefano Ferilli and Domenico Redavid [20 min]

13:00 – 13:10 – Closing session