Important Dates

  • Submissions: 10th June 2013
  • Notifications: 1st July 2013
  • Camera Ready: 1310th July 2013
  • Workshop: 1st August 2013


Proceedings Online

The proceedings from this years workshop are now online: EuroHCIR2013 Proceedings. The proceedings includes slides and posters as presented at the workshop.


Last Year's Workshop

The proceedings from the euroHCIR 2012 workshop are now online:



We'll be using the #euroHCIR hashtag where possible




We have tried to build a balanced team of industry and academia that also represents Europe broadly. We also have an exciting developing Programmee Committee


Tony Russell-Rose

Tony Russell-Rose

Tony Russell-Rose is director of UXLabs, a research and design consultancy specialising in complex search and information access applications. Previously Tony has led R&D teams at Canon, Reuters, HP Labs and BT Labs, and seems happy to work for pretty much any organisation that has 'Labs' in the title. He has a PhD in HCI and is author of "Designing the Search Experience" (Elsevier, 2012).

Tony's Website.


Max L. Wilson

Max, and may key related conferences and journals Wilson Max is a lecturer in Human-Computer Interaction in the Mixed Reality Lab at the University of Nottingham, has had work published at several of the prior HCIR workshops, and at key related conferences and journals. Max holds an MEng and PhD in Human-Computer Interaction from the University of Southampton, and publishes widely in the space between HCI and Information Science.

Max's Website.

Kristian Norling

James Kalbach Kristian Norling is an industry consultant on web technology and enterprise systems, previously working with Findwise AB. Kristian engages in joint academic and industry events, including Intranatverk2013 in Sweden. He likes future of management, design, agile, web standards, open data, biz dev, open source and quantified self.

Kristian's Website.

Birger Larsen

Birger Larsen Birger Larsen is an Associate Professor at the Royal School of Library and Information Science in Denmark. Birger received his PhD in Library and Information Science from the very same school, and publishes widely with a systems focus on Interactive Information Retrieval.

Birger's Website.


Preben Hansen

Birger Larsen Preben Hansen is an Associate Professor at the University of Stockholm, with research interests in Collaborative Information Seeking and Retrieval, Task-based and Context-based Information Access, Patent IR, Evaluation issues and User studies in real-life environments.

Preben's Website.

Programme Committee

  • Jaap Kamps - University of Amsterdam
  • Leif Azzopardi - Univesity of Glasgow
  • Pia Borlund - Royal School of LIS
  • Marc Bron - University of Amsterdam
  • Arjen de Vries - CWI
  • * Mounia Lalmas - Yahoo Research Barcelona
  • * Anna Divoli - Pingar
  • David Elsweiler - University of Regensburg
  • Elaine Toms - University of Sheffield
  • Peter Ingwersen - Royal School of LIS
  • * Tyler Tate - TwigKit
  • Paul Thomas - CSIRO
  • Robert Villa - University of Sheffield
  • Morgan Harvey - University of Lugano
  • * Charlie Hull - Flax
  • Ian Ruthven - University of Strathclyde
  • * Gene Golovchinsky - FXPal
  • George Buchanan - City University, London

* Industry Reviewers