TThe Spanish Conference on Recommender Systems (SISREC) is the national forum support by the Spanish Research Network on recommender systems (ELIGE-IA). Such a forum aims the presentation of new research results, systems and techniques in the broad field of recommender systems. SISREC brings together the major national research groups working on recommender systems, along with companies active in e-commerce and other related domains. This first edition, SISREC 2024, will be organized within the general framework of the Conference of the Spanish Association of Artificial Intelligence (CAEPIA) which, in turn, is part of the Spanish Congress of Computer Science (CEDI) to be held in A Coruña.

Contact: sisrec2024@easychair.org

Organizers

  • Chairs
    • Luis Martìnez, Universidad de Jaén
  • Organizing Commitee
    • Jesus Bobadilla, UPM
    • Antonio Moreno, URV
    • Antonio Bahamonde, Universidad de Oviedo
    • Raciel Yera Toledo, Universidad de Jaén

Topics of interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Algorithm scalability, performance, and implementations
  • Bias, fairness, bubbles, and ethics of recommender systems
  • Case studies of real-world implementations
  • Conversational and natural language recommender systems
  • Cross-domain recommendation
  • Data characteristics and processing challenges underlying recommender systems
  • Interfaces for recommender systems
  • New aspects of recommender systems evaluation
  • Novel approaches to recommendation
  • Privacy and security
  • Socially- and context-aware recommender systems
  • User studies of recommendation applications

Submissions

Key Works: Recent works published in prestigious journals or forums from 2022 to 2024. The aim is to disseminate them to a wide audience in the A.I. community. Papers should be submitted in IEEE format having around 500-1000 words, with a clear reference to the previously published work.

Extended Abstracts: These papers will have an extension of 500-1000 words, and must be formatted in accordance with the IEEE guidelines. We suggest the use of the following structure: Purpose, Design/Methodology/Approach, Findings, Research limitations/implications, Originality/value.

The submission to SISREC will be done through EasyChair, through the CAEPIA 2024 space by selecting the corresponding SISREC track

Program Commitee

  • R.M. Rodríguez
  • A. Labella
  • D. García
  • B. Dutta
  • M. Barranco.
  • A. Valls
  • F. Ortega
  • J.A. Olivas Varela
  • F. Pascual Romero Chicharro
  • M. Sànchez-Marrè
  • A. Hernàndez Carnerero
  • N. Jakubiak
  • L. Sebastiá
  • E. Onaindía
  • S. Valero
  • S. Heras
  • A. Bahamonde
  • B. Remeseiro
  • O. Luaces
  • J. Díez
  • P. Pérez
  • E.M. Sánchez VIla
  • I. Neira
  • P. Saavedra
  • Y. Atrio
  • C. Porcel Gallego
  • E. Herrera
  • J. Huete
  • J.M. Fernández
  • L.M. de Campos
  • E. Peis
  • J.M. Morales
  • F.J. Cabrerizo
  • S. Alonso
  • M.J. Cobo
  • J. Herce
  • D. Ranchal
  • A. Bellogín
  • P.Castells
  • I. Cantador
  • F. Díez
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