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Advances in Information Retrieval and Allegro use case at SIGIR 2016

In July we attended the scientific conference SIGIR 2016 held in Pisa, Italy. SIGIR is an annual conference related to new advances in Information Retrieval. The shortcut is for Special Interest Group on Information Retrieval. This is an annual conference with the highest ranking at Microsoft Academic Research in Information Retrieval field field and the 16th in the ranking in the whole Computer Science field.

Anna Wróblewska

Ania achieved her PhD in computer science in 2008 at Warsaw University of Technology. Her interests concentrates around information retrieval, semantic understanding of image and text. At Allegro she works as an expert in machine learning algorithms, she designs specialised methods and makes a lot of analytical tasks. She tries to bridge the gap between business, the world of programmers and her scientific passion. Privately she is a happy wife and a mother of great children from adolescence to a kindergarten guy.