This is Benjamin Piwowarski‘s website.
I am a 1st grade researcher within the CNRS in France, working in the DAPA (Databases and Machine Learning) department of the Laboratory of Informatics of Paris 6 (LIP6) within the University Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC). For more detailed information, you can consult my CV.
My main research topics are centered around Information Access thematics, and more precisely the problems of:
- Representing text (Quantum Probability Models, Structured Document)
- Building user models (for activities like search)
- Evaluating retrieval systems
If you want to contact me, please follow this link.
- 2-years postdoc position @ LIP6, Paris, France – Representation Learning with Dynamic and Heterogeneous Data
- ICTIR’13 tutorial slides
- Internship: Learning complex textual representations
- Cross-compiling for OS X on linux (with distcc)
- KQP – first release!
- Slides from the ECIR’12 “Quantum Information Access and Retrieval” tutorial
- The Kernel Quantum Probability Library
- Internship (Master): Indices for quantum information access (INDEQ)
- ECIR 2012 Tutorial
- Summarisation and the Quantum Information Access framework