Welcome to RS_c, the central platform for the RecSys community. We provide curated lists of recommender-systems datasets, algorithms, books, conferences and many resources more. Maybe most importantly, we publish the latest recommender-system news. If you want your news to be reported on RS_c, read here.
The premier conference for recommender systems research is the yearly ACM Conference Series on Recommender Systems. However, there are plenty of conferences more in the fields of information retrieval, machine learning, user modelling, and human-computer interaction that do publish research on recommender systems.
The ACM RecSys Conference 2021 has just started, and a large number of companies support the conference including Google, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Twitter, Ebay, Spotify, and NVIDIA. Time, to have a quick look at how the number of sponsors developed over time. I had a look at the websites of all the previous year’s conferences, […]
The ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries has announced its call for papers 2022. The so-far A*-ranked conference has a dedicated ‘Search & Recommendation’ track as one of four tracks. JCDL 2022 will be organized by the general chairs Akiko Aizawa, Thomas Mandl, and Zeljko Carevic and the program chairs Annika Hinze, Philipp Mayr, and […]
The 37th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium On Applied Computing (ACM SAC) has a dedicated track on recommender systems, like in many of the previous years. ACM SAC 2022 will be held in Brno, Czech Republic, April 25 – April 29, 2022. The recommender-systems track is organized by Yong Zheng, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USAMarkus Zanker, Free […]
At this minute, the AutoML Workshop 2021 at the ICML conference is running. And one of the organizers, Frank Hutter, announced an AutoML Summer School and the first dedicated AutoML Conference (no website yet). In other words, the AutoML community is growing up. While we report in this blog about recommender systems, AutoML is also […]
For many years, the ACM RecSys conference — the premier conference for recommender systems — was considered a ‘B’ conference. Now, finally, the popular CORE ranking, lists the ACM Conference as an ‘A’ conference. This is a well deserved promotion and great news for the recommender system community. So far, if someone had a top-paper […]
Alain Starke, Publicity Co-Chair of the ACM Recommender System Conference 2021, announced a few major changes to the submission process. There won’t be a short-paper track anymore. Instead, authors are encouraged to submit papers of any length (up to 14 pages). The length should “reflect what is needed for the content of the research, and […]
The 2021 ACM Hypertext conference (29. Aug. – 1 Sept.) will be hosted by Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and the ADAPT Centre in Dublin, Ireland, EU. It will be organized by Owen Conlan (TCD), Eelco Herder (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen), Nicole Basaraba (Maastricht University), and Annalina Caputo (Dublin City University). The call for papers was released […]
ACM RecSys has published the Call for Papers for the 15th ACM Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys 2021), which will be held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, from 27th of September to 1st of October, 2021. It seems that so far the organizers are hoping for a ‘real’ conference with physical attendance but they will “accommodate remote […]
NeurIPS 2020 will start in a few days. Given the importance of machine learning for recommender systems, there are many relevant papers. In addition, there are four papers that directly relate to recommender systems: Sampling-Decomposable Generative Adversarial Recommender Binbin Jin, Defu Lian, Zheng Liu, Qi Liu, Jianhui Ma, Xing Xie, Enhong Chen Abstract: Recommendation techniques are important approaches for alleviating information overload. […]
It’s great to see that 4 out of 9 demo papers at the 2020 ACM Recommender Systems conference relate to Automated Recommender Systems (AutoRecSys). … and a fifth paper is also in the pipeline (but was rejected). Disclaimer: One of the accepted papers and the fifth paper were co-authored by myself.