will offer an opportunity for researchers and practitioners
to exchange ideas about past, present and future trends
in Web personalization, Recommender systems and Intelligent
User Interfaces. This will be a two-day workshop with an
invited speaker and refereed paper presentations.
submissions covering the full range of topics related to
Personalization, Recommender Systems and Intelligent User
Interfaces. Topics for submission include but are not limited
learning methods in personalization.
mining techniques for user profiling.
initialisation and learning methods.
Content and Hybrid systems.
and Evaluation techniques.
issues for Recommender systems.
interfaces for recommender systems.
Assistant Agents, User Modelling Agents, Interface Agents
architectures for recommender systems.
Multi-Modal User interfaces for personalised environments.
user interfaces for people with disabilities.
Department of Computing, University College, Dublin (Ireland)
Barry Smyth holds the Digital Chair of Computer Science
in University College Dublin and is currently head of Computer
Science. He is an ECCAI Fellow and also a co-founder, director,
and Chief Technical Officer of ChangingWorlds Ltd. His research
covers a broad set of topics within Artificial Intelligence
including Case-Based Reasoning, Machine Learning, User Modeling
and Planning with particular focus on so-called Personalization
techniques, which looks at ways of combining ideas from
these areas to develop information systems that automatically
learn about, and adapt to, the needs of individual users.
should submit their full papers in English with up to 10
one-Column pages per paper, using the submission instructions
indicated in the ICETE main web page at http://www.icete.org/.
Accepted papers will be published in a workshop proceedings
book with an ISBN number.
Paper Submission: 15th May 2005
Author Notification: 30th June 2005
Camera Ready Submission and Registration: 15th July 2005
Workshop Dates: 3-4 October 2005
Ardissono University of Torino, Italy.
Chumki Basu Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey,
Marko Balabanovic Lastminute.com. London, UK.
Robin Burke DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Joaquin Delgado CTO, TripleHop Technologies, Inc. USA.
Mark Levene Birkbeck University, London, UK.
Sofus Macskassy New York University, NY, USA.
Judith Masthoff University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.
Dunja Mladenic J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Ian Soboroff National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA.
David Taniar Monash University, Australia.
Department of Computing,