Some main speaking commitments are listed below, ordered by year.

2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010
2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000
1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994 | 1993 | 1992 | 1991 | 1990

 

If you want to inquire about a possible invitation, please send an initial email to Petra Best, p.best@uva.nl, preferably at least three months before the event.

2017

  1. To be determined, Tokyo, Japan, September 2017 (science)
  2. Foundations of information retrieval, Barcelona, Spain, September 2017 (science)
  3. Neural networks for information retrieval, Yekaterinburg, Russia, August 2017 (science)
  4. Neural models for modeling and predicting information interaction behavior, Shanghai, China, July 2017 (science)
  5. Hoe voorspelbaar ben jij?, Amsterdam, July 2017 (outreach)
  6. Transparent search engines, Amsterdam, June 2017 (science)
  7. Learning to specialize for search and recommendation, Beijing, China, June 2017 (outreach)
  8. Learning from logged bandit feedback, Beijing, China, June 2017 (science)
  9. Entity finding and explanation, Beijing, China, June 2017 (outreach)
  10. Data, data, data, Wuhan, China, April 2017 (science)
  11. Agents that Get the Right Information to the Right People in the Right Way, Wuhan, China, April 2017 (science)
  12. Agents that Get the Right Information to the Right People in the Right Way, Chongqing, China, April 2017 (science)
  13. AI and IR, ECIR 2017, Aberdeen, Scotland, April 2017 (science)
  14. Information Retrieval and Artificial Intelligence, IR Fest, Glasgow, Scotland, April 2017 (science)
  15. Digital consciousness, Amsterdam, March 2017 (outreach)
  16. The birth of collective memories, Stavanger, Norway, March 2017 (science)
  17. Data, data, data, Bloomberg Data Science seminar, London, UK, March 2017 (science)
  18. The birth of collective memories, Saarbruecken, Germany, February 2017 (science)
  19. Who we are, Amsterdam Data Science, February 2017 (outreach)
  20. Who we are, Amsterdam Data Science, January 2017 (outreach)
  21. Search without search box, ILPS Soos, Amsterdam, January 2017 (science)
  22. Deep entity search, ADS Meetup, Amsterdam, January 2017 (science)

2016

  1. Information interaction, Amsterdam, Licht op Rusland, Amsterdam, December 2016 (outreach)
  2. Modeling information interactions, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, China, November 2016 (science)
  3. Modeling information interactions, Shandong University, Jinan, China, November 2016 (science)
  4. Modern Zoeken: Interactie, Leren en Aanpassen, Wikimedia Foundation Nederland, Utrecht, November 2016 (outreach)
  5. Online Experimentation in Information Retrieval, Sberbank Data Science Journey, Moscow, Russia, November 2016 (science)
  6. Information retrieval and artificial intelligence, Sberbank Corporate University, Moscow, Russia, November 2016 (outreach)
  7. Amsterdam Data Science, Amsterdam, November 2016 (outreach)
  8. Information retrieval and artificial intelligence, Amsterdam, November 2016 (science)
  9. Time-aware multi-viewpoint summarization of multilingual social text streams, CIKM, Indianapolis, US, October 2016 (science)
  10. Amsterdam Data Science, Graz, Austria, October 2016 (science)
  11. The neural turn in information retrieval, Criteo, Paris, France, September 2016 (science)
  12. Naturally intelligent search, KDWeb, Sardinia, Italy, September 2016 (science)
  13. Click models, RUSSIR, Saratov, Russia, August 2016 (science)
  14. Online learning to rank for information retrieval, SIGIR, Pisa, Italy, July 2016 (science)
  15. De zoekmachine die zichzelf uitlegt, Enschede, July 2016 (outreach)
  16. ADS and AMC, Amsterdam, June 2016 (outreach)
  17. Long tail entities, Amsterdam, June 2016 (science)
  18. Amsterdam Data Science, Amsterdam, June 2016 (outreach)
  19. Mixed initiative search, Eindhoven, June 2016 (science)
  20. Mixed initiative search, Amsterdam, June 2016 (outreach)
  21. The automated future, Amsterdam, April 2016 (outreach)
  22. Data-driven Information Retrieval, ECIR, Padova, Italy, March 2016 (science)
  23. Data, kennis en innovatie voor Amsterdam in 2018, Amsterdam, March 2016 (outreach)
  24. Semantic entities, Netflix, Los Gatos, US, February 2016 (science)
  25. Introducing WSDM 2017, San Francisco, US, February 2016 (events)
  26. Click models, WSDM, San Francisco, US, February 2016 (science)
  27. Ethics of online experimentation, WSDM, San Francisco, US, February 2016 (science)
  28. Self-Learning Search Engines: Unsupervised Hot Fixes, Amsterdam, January 2016 (science)
  29. Amsterdam Data Science: Where We Are, Amsterdam, January 2016 (organization)
  30. An Update on Amsterdam Data Science, Amsterdam, January 2016 (organization)

2015

  1. Information and Language Processing Systems, Amsterdam, December 2015 (outreach)
  2. Amsterdam Data Science: Update, Amsterdam, December 2015 (outreach)
  3. Het geheim van de zoekmachine, Bergen op Zoom, November 2015 (outreach)
  4. Responsible Information Retrieval, Amsterdam, November 2015 (science)
  5. The Spaghetti Book, Amsterdam, November 2015 (science)
  6. CoMerDa: The state of affairs, Utrecht, November 2015 (science)
  7. Monitoring vocabulary shifts over time, Hannover, Germany, November 2015 (science)
  8. Semantic entities, Melbourne, Australia, October 2015 (science)
  9. Mining social text streams, Amsterdam, October 2015 (science)
  10. Content analysis, knowledge representation, machine learning, Amsterdam, October 2015 (outreach)
  11. AAA Data Science, Amsterdam, September 2015 (science)
  12. Personalized communication, Amsterdam, September 2015 (science)
  13. MediaNow Kick-off, Hilversum, September 2015 (science)
  14. IR foundational concepts & models, Thessaloniki, Greece, August 2015 (science)
  15. Hoe werkt Google, NEMO Codestarter, Amsterdam, June 27, 2015 (outreach)
  16. Panel on semantic analysis of social media, Talking about Twitter, Granada, Spain, June 23, 2015 (outreach)
  17. Entity-oriented search engine result pages, Athens, Greece, June 2015 (science)
  18. Zoekmachines en algoritmes, Swammerdam Radio, Amsterdamfm.nl, Amsterdam, May 2015 (outreach)
  19. 1ste Politiedebat, Apeldoorn, May 2015 (outreach)
  20. On the way to success, Amsterdam, April 2015 (science)
  21. AAA Data Science Kick-off, Amsterdam, April 2015 (science)
  22. Data, Data, Data, Amsterdam, April 2015 (science)
  23. Big Data and Culture, Munich, March 2015 (science)
  24. Learning Analytics, Amsterdam, March 2015 (outreach)
  25. Big Data/Data Science, Arnhem, March 2015 (outreach)
  26. AAA Data Science, Amsterdam, March 2015 (science)
  27. Amsterdam Data Science, Zaandam, February 2015 (outreach)
  28. Search engines that learn from their users, Tarragona, Spain, January 2015 (science)

2014

  1. Contrastive tweets summarization, Vox-POL Annual Meeting, Berlin, Germany, December 2014
  2. Diversity and the pursuit of intent, ADCS, Melbourne, Australia, November 2014
  3. Don’t hurt them: Learning to rank from historical interaction data, IRFC, Copenhagen, Denmark, November 2014
  4. Search engines that learn from their users, National University of Defense Technology, Changsa, China, November 2014
  5. Online exploration for detecting shifts in fresh intent, CIKM 2014, Shanghai, China, November 2014
  6. Search engines that learn from their users, DBDBD, Antwerp, Belgium, October 2014
  7. ACT NY, The future of big data, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October 2014
  8. Weakly supervised ranking, Bloomberg Labs, New York, USA, September 2014
  9. Tracking entites over time, Alexandria Workshop, Hannover, Germany, September 2014
  10. Self-Learning Search Engines, ABDIS 2014, Ohrid, Macedonia, September 2014
  11. Personalized Diversification, KDD 2014, New York, August 2014
  12. From Music Fandom to Artists and Back, KDD 2014 Workshop on Discovery and Curation, New York, August 2014
  13. Big data en academisch onderzoek, Nationale Denktank, Huizen, The Netherlands, August 2014
  14. Six tweets per second, SIGIR 2014 Workshop on Semantic Matching, Queensland, Australia, July 2014
  15. The Autonomous Search Engine, Kubrick Summer School, Rhodos, Greece, July 2014
  16. The Autonomous Search Engine, Paris-Saclay Center for Data Science, Paris, France, June 2014
  17. Smile! You’re in an experiment, Big Data: Opportunities & Pitfalls for the Social Sciences, ASCOR, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2014
  18. Big data, Wetenschappelijk Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid, Den Haag, The Netherlands, June 2014
  19. Computer en mens, Universiteitsdag, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2014
  20. Autonomous Search, Yahoo Research, Barcelona, Spain, May 2014
  21. Hoe werkt Google?, NEMO Wakker Worden, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 2014
  22. Recommendation systems, SIKS Data Science Course, Vught, The Netherlands, May 2014
  23. ECIR 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 2014
  24. One Way, the Online Way, Keystone, Leiden, The Netherlands, March 2014
  25. De Autonome Zoekmachine, VOGIN-IP, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 2014
  26. Personal Data Mining, Studium Generale, Maastricht, The Netherlands, March 2014
  27. The State of IR, IvI Seminar, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 2014

2013

  1. Muziek ontdekken, Vossius, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 2013
  2. Three stories on aggregated search, Cambridge, UK, November 2013
  3. Zoektechnologie, Themadagen Digital Opsporing, Lunteren, The Netherlands, November 2013
  4. Streamwatchr, ICT.2013, Vilnius, Lithuania, November 2013
  5. Big data, DSRC, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October 2013
  6. Big data en het voorspellen van online gedrag, SWR, Leusden, The Netherlands, September 2013
  7. RepLab 2013+2014, Valencia, Spain, September 2013
  8. Over PRISM, Ad de Jonge Centrum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 2013
  9. Evaluation, Granada, Spain, September 2013
  10. xTAS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 2013
  11. Pseudo Test Collections for Training and Tuning Microblog Rankers, SIGIR, Dublin, Ireland, July 2013
  12. Click Models, Sapporo, Japan, July 2013
  13. Evaluating Reputation Analysis Systems, Barcelona, Spain, June 2013
  14. Your Life, Enschede, The Netherlands, June 2013
  15. Mining Big Data, Wassenaar, The Netherlands, April 2013
  16. Reputation Analysis, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, April 2013
  17. ECIR 2014 in Amsterdam, Moscow, Russia, March 2013
  18. CLEF Labs at the University of Amsterdam, Moscow, Russia, March 2013
  19. Information retrieval at the University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 2013
  20. Life Mining, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 2013
  21. xTAS, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 2013
  22. QuaMerDes, Utrecht, The Netherlands, February 2013
  23. Going social, Zurich, Switzerland, January 2013
  24. Why is digital humanities interesting for a computer scientist?, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, January 2013

2012

  1. Text Mining for Business Intelligence, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December 2012
  2. Mining Your Life, Madrid, Spain, November 2012
  3. Social Media Signals, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 2012
  4. Semantic Analysis of Online Behavior, Den Haag, The Netherlands, November 2012
  5. Social Media Search, Lyon, France, October 2012
  6. Life Mining, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, October 2012
  7. Intelligent Information Access, Amsterdam, October 2012
  8. Music, IR and Social Media, ISMIR, Porto, Portugal, October 2012
  9. Life Mining, Brussels, Belgium, September 2012
  10. Semantic Search in E-Discovery, Den Haag, The Netherlands, September 2012
  11. OpenGeist: Insight in the Stream of Page Views on Wikipedia, Portland, USA, August 2012
  12. Proprietary Data, Portland, USA, August 2012
  13. Machine learning and IR, LXMLS, Lisbon, Portugal, July 2012
  14. From Search to Life, Leiden, The Netherlands, July 2012
  15. Log File Analysis, Venice, Italy, June 2012
  16. Twitter, Maar Dan Semantisch, Den Haag, The Netherlands, June 2012
  17. Semantic Twitter, Barcelona, Spain, June 2012
  18. Time is on our side, Padua, Italy, May 2012
  19. Zoeken en zo, Amersfoort, The Netherlands, May 2012
  20. Zoeken en zo, Amersfoort, The Netherlands, May 2012
  21. Information acess technologies for online reputation management, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2012
  22. COMMIT/Wat het is en ervaringen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, April 2012
  23. Result disambiguation in web people search, Barcelona, Spain, April 2012
  24. Information retrieval for information services, Noordwijk, Australia, March 2012
  25. Session-based Query Modeling, Melbourne, Australia, February 2012
  26. E-Everything, Utrecht, The Netherlands, February 2012
  27. Big Text in Science, Den Haag, The Netherlands, February 2012
  28. Alles Zoekbaar, Amersfoort, The Netherlands, February 2012
  29. Information and language processing, Wassenaar, The Netherlands, January 2012
  30. Log file analysis, Zinal, Switzerland, January 2012

2011

  1. Interpreting human information signals, Gotheborg, December 2011
  2. Information retrieval for information services, The Hague, November 2011
  3. News and social media, Amsterdam, November 2011
  4. Semantic query modeling, Trondheim, October 2011
  5. The BRIDGE Project, Amsterdam, September 2011
  6. Project Infiniti, Amsterdam, September 2011
  7. Cordoba school, Cordoba, Argentina, August 2011
  8. Using Linked Open Data for Understanding Queries (and Other Short Text Segments), SIGIR Workshop on Qery Modeling and Understanding, SIGIR, Beijing, China, July 2011
  9. Adapting Rankers Online, Yandex, Moscow, June 2011
  10. Adapting Rankers Online, IRF Symposium, Vienna, May 2011
  11. News and Social Media, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, May 2011
  12. Semantifying Email Search E-Discovery Symposium, May 2011
  13. Emotions, Experiences and Social Media, W3C workshop, Pisa, April 2011
  14. Zoeken in social media, Amsterdam, March 2011
  15. Semantic search, Amsterdam, March 2011
  16. ISLA and eScience, Amsterdam, February 2011
  17. ILPS: Information and language processing systems, Amsterdam, February 2011
  18. Evaluation metrics and methodologies, Berlin, January 2011
  19. Information retrieval for information services, Utrecht, January 2011
  20. Informatie & Betekenis in Beeld, Tekst en Redeneren, Amsterdam, January 2011

2010

  1. Het web als graadmeter, Nyenrode, November 2010
  2. On the evaluation of entity profiles, CLEF, Padua, September 2010
  3. The future of social media, Picnic, Amsterdam, September 2010
  4. Sentimental About People, WePS, Padua, September 2010
  5. Simulating Searches from Transaction Logs, SIGIR, Geneva, July 2010
  6. Mining: Van data naar sociale data, ICS, Beetsterzwaag, July 2010
  7. Successful proposals, NWO, Den Haag, June 2010
  8. Social Media Analysis and Retrieval Technologies, Meta-Net, Berlin, June 2010
  9. Machine translation for queries, GALATEAS, Grenoble, April 2010
  10. The University of Amsterdam Team, GALATEAS, Grenoble, April 2010
  11. Text Mining and Collective Intelligence, AUC, Amsterdam, April 2010
  12. Waarzeggen met het web, ICTDelta, Utrecht, March 2010
  13. Analyse van Open Bronnen, KLPD, Driebergen, February 2010

2009

  1. Open Sources for Expertise Retrieval, UvT, Tilburg, December 2009
  2. BRIDGE: Building Rich Links to Enable Television History Research, Amsterdam, December 2009
  3. Op Zoek naar Experts en Andere Entitieiten, SURF, Utrecht, December 2009
  4. Topical diversity on the web, TREC, Gaithersburg, November 2009
  5. What do people write about today? Ranking news headlines based on clusters of overused terms, TREC, Gaithersburg, November 2009
  6. Het web als waarzegger, CrossMedia, Hilversum, October 2009
  7. CLEF 2010: Conference on Multilingual and Multimedia Information Access Evaluation, CLEF, Corfu, September 2009
  8. Mining Log Files, Semantically, CLEF, Corfu, September 2009
  9. Searching User Generated Content, Nancy, June 2009
  10. Retrieving Experts and Other Entities, Saarbruecken, June 2009
  11. Expert Profiling in the Wild, Enschede, June 2009
  12. Information Extraction in a Multilingual Context, Pisa, June 2009
  13. Content and Structure in Information Retrieval, Umea, June 2009
  14. Data, Structure. Structure, Data., Delft, May 2009
  15. Searching and Mining User Generated Content, BCN, Groningen, May 2009
  16. Nieuws over Expertise Retrieval, UKB, Utrecht, May 2009
  17. Semantisch Amsterdam, Amsterdam, May 2009
  18. Retrieving Entities, SIKS, Zeist, April 2009
  19. Searching User Generate Content: What’s Next?, ECIR keynote, Toulouse, April 2009
  20. Linking Entities and Events, Catch meeting, Den Haag, February 2009
  21. Het Sociale Web, Amsterdam, January 2009

2008

  1. People search, Nunspeet, November 2008
  2. DuOMAn: Dutch Language Online Media Analysis, Roosendaal, September 2008
  3. WebCLEF—Goodbye!, Aarhus, September 2008
  4. Named entity normalization in user generated content, Singapore, July 2008
  5. Finding Key Bloggers, One Post at a Time, Patras, July 2008
  6. What system for what scenarios?, Madrid, June 2008
  7. Retrieving entities, Zeist, June 2008
  8. Wikipedia-based tagging in user generated content, Amsterdam, May 2008
  9. Search and discovery in user generated content, Glasgow, April 2008
  10. Associating People and Documents, Glasgow, April 2008
  11. Looking at Things Differently, Maastricht, April 2008
  12. MuNCH: Multimedia aNalysis for Cultural Heritage, Hilversum, April 2008
  13. Media en cultuur: wat wordt er binnenkort mogelijk?, Amsterdam, March 2008
  14. Zoeken, Amsterdam, March 2008
  15. Analyse van blog content, Amsterdam, January 2008

2007

  1. Vindbaarheid eerst!, Den Haag, December 2007
  2. QA@INEX: A proposal, Amsterdam, November 2007
  3. WebCLEF overview, CLEF, Aarhus, September 2007
  4. Who’s the user, who’s the researcher? SIGIR workshop on non-Engish web retrieval, Amsterdam, July 2007
  5. WiQA: Evaluating Multi-lingual Focused Access to Wikipedia, EVIA 2007, Tokyo, May 2007
  6. Brainwave, Holland Herald, April 2007
  7. Identifying Facets in User Generated Content, Boulder, March 2007
  8. How to Overcome Tiredness: Estimating Topic-Mood Associations, Boulder, March 2007
  9. Verkiezingskijker, Amsterdam, March 2007
  10. Het volgen van user generated content, Ministerie van OC&W, Amsterdam, February 2007
  11. MoodViews, WAR site visit, Amsterdam, January 2007

2006

  1. Finding Things, VUA, Amsterdam, December 2006
  2. Stemming op internet voorspellen, TROS Radio Online; December 12, 2006
  3. Internet Voorkeur, NRC; November 11, 2006
  4. Het humeur van het Internet, BNR Nieuwsradio; November 9, 2006
  5. Kennisvalorisatie, Senaat, Amsterdam, October 2006
  6. Levens Zoekbaar, Oratie, Amsterdam, October 2006
  7. WebCLEF… the future, CLEF, Alicante, September 2006
  8. WebCLEF 2006 Topic Development, CLEF, Alicante, September 2006
  9. Overview of WebCLEF 2006, CLEF, Alicante, September 2006
  10. Using Content and Structure at WiQA 2006, CLEF, Alicante, September 2006
  11. Finding People and Moods, IGK, Edinburgh, September 2006
  12. Searching for People in the Personal Workspace, IIIA, Helsinki, July 2006
  13. Internet is boos (of moe of blij), De Psycholoog 41(6):342, June 2006
  14. Blogs, blogs, blogs, ISLA, Amsterdam, June 2006
  15. Language Technology for Video Retrieval, MuNCH Meeting, Amsterdam, June 2006
  16. Stemmingmeter voor internet, NRC; May 10, 2006
  17. Ein Stimmungsbarometer fur das Web, ORF; April 25, 2006
  18. Wann weint das Web?, Der Spiegel; April 21, 2006
  19. Software tracks mood swings of blogosphere, The New Scientist; April 20, 2006
  20. Software Reportedly Tracks Internet Mood Swings, InformationWeek; April 19, 2006
  21. Het humeur van het Internet, Teleac Radio; April 13, 2006
  22. A Study of Blog Search, ECIR, London, April 2006
  23. Des Bloggers Konsumvorlieben, heise online; April 6, 2006
  24. Universiteit Amsterdam peilt humeur bloggers, tweakers.net; April 5, 2006
  25. Humeur van webloggers in kaart gebracht, nu.nl; April 5, 2006
  26. Het humeur van het internet, NWO Press Release; April 4, 2006
  27. Feeling Everybody Up, MetroActive; March 29, 2006
  28. Facing Restrictions in Question Answering, DIR, Delft, March 2006
  29. Volgende generatie zoekmachines, Voorlichting, Amsterdam, January 2006

2005

  1. Two Models for Finding Experts, TREC, Gaithersburg, November 2005
  2. Retrieving Answers from Frequently Asked Questions Pages on the Web, CIKM, Bremen, October 2005
  3. Question Answering: Now and Next, Enschede, October 2005
  4. Boosting Web Retrieval through Query Operations, BNAIC, Brussels, October 2005
  5. Buy 30, Get 547, CLEF, Vienna, September 2005
  6. Reasoning and Learning in Information Access, SIKS, May 2005
  7. Search engines that create their own structure & Question Answering SIKS, April 2005
  8. What’s Next in QA and IR?, Groningen, March 2005
  9. Focused Retrieval, Hildesheim, Germany, January 2005
  10. Question Answering: What’s Next?, IWCS 2005, Tilburg, January 2005

2004

  1. Building a Multi-Lingual Web Retrieval Collection, CLIN 2004, December 2004
  2. Search, SIKS School, December 2004
  3. Language Modelling and Semistructured Information Retrieval, SIKS School on Information Retrieval, December 2004
  4. Search, Informatics Institute, November 2004
  5. Natural Language Processing for the Semantic Web, SIKS School on the Semantic Web, November 2004
  6. New Ideas, CLEF 2004, September 2004
  7. Proposal for a Multi-Lingual Web Track, CLEF 2004, September 2004
  8. A Recall-Oriented Approach to Question Answering, CLEF 2004, September 2004
  9. Why?, ILLC, University of Amsterdam, June 2004
  10. Information Access at LIT, IMIX Symposium, KUN Nijmegen, May 2004
  11. Information Access at LIT, ISLA Colloquium, Amsterdam, May 2004
  12. The Effectiveness of Combining Information Retrieval Strategies for European Languages, ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, Cyprus, March 2004

2003

  1. Natural Language Parsing with W-grammars, Antwerp, December 2003
  2. Quartz-d: A Question Answering System for Dutch, TREC 2003, Gaithersburg, November 2003
  3. Question Answering System at the University of Amsterdam, TREC 2003, Gaithersburg, November 2003
  4. Dutch Question Answering, SNN, Nijmegen, October 2003
  5. Vraag-Antwoord Systemen, ICT-Kenniscongres, Den Haag, September 2003
  6. Designing a Multi-Stream System for Answering Dutch Questions, CLEF 2003, Trondheim, August 2003 [poster]
  7. Intelligent Information Access, Amsterdam, June 2003
  8. Learning and Reasoning for Question Answering, Nunspeet, June 2003
  9. QA — What’s Next?, Edinburgh, May 2003
  10. Intelligent Information Access, Amsterdam, March 2003
  11. Towards Temporal Question Answering, Bolzano, February 2003
  12. Beyond Document Retrieval, Trento, February 2003 [slides]
  13. From Frege to Google, Liverpool, February 2003
  14. Intelligent Information Access, Amsterdam, February 2003
  15. Information retrieval and more, Utrecht, January 2003

2002

  1. Combining Evidence for Monolingual Retrieval in European Languages, DIR, Leuven, December 2002
  2. Intelligent Information Acces, Philips NatLab, Eindhoven, November 2002
  3. Kennis-Intensieve Vraag-Antwoordsystemen, Amsterdam, Oktober 2002
  4. Knowledge-Intensive Question Answering, BNAIC’02, Leuven, Oktober 2002
  5. Decomposing Modal Logic, AiML, Toulouse, September 2002
  6. Combining Morphological and Ngram Evidence for Monolingual Retrieval, CLEF, Rome, September 2002
  7. Lanugae and Inference Technology, ICT-Kenniscongres, Den Haag, September 2002
  8. FoLLI: The State of Things, ESSLLI, Trento, August 2002
  9. Towards a test set for inference in computational semantics, Amsterdam, April 2002
  10. The University of Amsterdam at CLEF 2001, Utrecht, March 2002
  11. Computing with Meaning, Manchester, March 2002
  12. Computing with Meaning, Amsterdam, February 2002
  13. Evaluate!, Amsterdam, January 2002

2001

  1. From Computational Logic to Language and Inference Technology, Amsterdam, December 2001
  2. Language and Inference Technology, Nancy, November 2001
  3. Structuring Scientific Information, OzsL School Week, Nunspeet, October 2001
  4. Surely, NLP Can Help IR, OzsL School Week, Nunspeet, October 2001
  5. 8 Slides on WordNet, Amsterdam, October 2001
  6. Information Retrieval, ESSLLI, Helsinki, August 2001
  7. Towards a Test Set for Computational Semantics, ICoS-3, Siena, June 2001
  8. Tree-Based Practical Algorithms for Modal Logic, IRCS, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, May 2001
  9. Light-Weight Inference in Computational Semantics, IRCS, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, May 2001
  10. Experiments in Expressive Power, IRCS, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, May 2001
  11. Computing with Modal Logics, Udine, March 2001
  12. Computing with Meaning, Den Haag, February 2001

2000

  1. Computing with Meaning, Utrecht, November 2000
  2. Three Adverts and a Bit, OZSL School Week, Nunspeet, October 2000
  3. Balancing Inference and Representation, LFCS Seminar, University of Edinburgh, October 2000
  4. Description and/or Hybrid Logic, AiML-2000, Leipzig, October 2000
  5. Tree-Based Heuristics in Modal Theorem Proving, ECAI-2000, Berlin, August 2000
  6. Modal Experiments, Automated Reasoning Workshop 2000, London, July 2000
  7. Logic and Language Links, L3 Project Meeting, Amsterdam, June 2000
  8. Representatie vs. Algoritme, Computational Logic Seminar, Amsterdam, April 2000
  9. Logic in Action, WEIS Lustrum, March 7, Amsterdam
  10. Efficient Reasoning Methods for Shallow Representations, Stuttgart, February
  11. Computing with Meaning, The Hague, February
  12. Content, Computational Logic Seminar, January, Amsterdam

1999

  1. Computing with Meaning, Utrecht, December
  2. The Logic of Feature Interaction, Computational Logic Seminar, Amsterdam, December
  3. Computing with Modal Logic, SFB 340 Workshop, Bad Teinach, October
  4. Temporal Logic, August 9, ESSLLI’99, Utrecht
  5. Feature Interaction as a Satisfiability Problem, DL’99, Linkoeping, July
  6. Satisfaction Through Combining, May 31, ILLC, Amsterdam
  7. Termination in Term Rewriting, Computational Logic Seminar, May, Amsterdam
  8. Combining Reasoning Systems, April 9, AISB, Edinburgh
  9. Rekenen met Logica, April 1, OzsL, Utrecht
  10. Prefixed Resolution, February 26, Computational Logic Seminar, ILLC, Amsterdam

1998

  1. Buying Time, December 16, Manchester
  2. Inference and Natural Language Semantics, December 14, LACL-98, Grenoble
  3. Description Logics, November 27, Computational Logic Seminar, ILLC, Amsterdam
  4. Description Logics, November 13, Computational Logic Seminar, ILLC, Amsterdam
  5. Description Logics, October 23, Computational Logic Seminar, ILLC, Amsterdam
  6. From Modal Logics to Standard Logics, August 24, ESSLLI’98, Saarbr├╝cken
  7. Managing Fragments, July 29, WoLLIC’98, Sao Paulo
  8. From Modal Logics to Standard Logics, July 28, WoLLIC’98, Sao Paulo
  9. Process Operations in Extended Dynamic Logic, June 23, LICS’98, Indianapolis
  10. Description Logics and Modal Logics, June 7, DL’98, Trento
  11. Constraining Semistructured Data, May 15, Amsterdam
  12. Classifying Small Description Languages, May 8, Lisbon
  13. Semistructured Data, January 24, UGLLI’98, Uppsala

1997

  1. Semistructured Data, November, Warwick
  2. Classifying Description Logics, September, DL’97, Paris
  3. Expressiveness of First-Order Description Logics, June, Warwick
  4. Modal Logic, April, SIKS PhD School, Utrecht

1996

  1. Finite Structures, December, JAIST, Kanazawa
  2. Restricted Description Languages, December, Chiba University, Japan
  3. Modal Model Theory, December, Chiba University, Japan
  4. Bisimulations for Temporal Logic, November, Manchester
  5. Simulating Without Negation, November, Birmingham
  6. Formal Agent Theories, October, FoMAS’96, Warwick
  7. Bisimulations for Temporal Logic, October, Queen Mary and Westfield College, London
  8. Directed Simulations, September, CSL’96, Utrecht
  9. Observational Equivalence and Logical Equivalence, August, ESSLLI’96, Prague
  10. Reasoning about Changing Information, July, University of Cape Town
  11. Bisimulation and Logic, June, UNISA, Pretoria
  12. Expressive Power in Knowledge Representation, June, UNISA, Pretoria
  13. Logics and Processes, June, Annual Meeting of the South-African Computer Lecturers Association, Pretoria
  14. Expressivity and Modal Logic, May, Max-Planck Institut fuer Informatik, Saarbruecken
  15. Logic, Transition Systems and Processes, May, Max-Planck Institut fuer Informatik, Saarbruecken
  16. How to Put Two Logics Together, March, Warwick
  17. Modal Tree Logics, January, CWI, Amsterdam

1995

  1. Completeness Results for Two-Sorted Metric Temporal Logics, July, AMAST’95, Montreal
  2. Trees, Grammar and Dynamic Logic, May, Leipzig
  3. Process Equivalence and Logical Equivalence, March, Cape Town
  4. Process Equivalence and Logical Equivalence, February, Warwick
  5. Modal Model Theory, February, CIS, Universitaet Muenchen
  6. Dynamic Logic as a Description Language, February, CIS, Universitaet Muenchen
  7. Tree Logics for Computational Linguistics, January, CWI, Amsterdam

1994

  1. A Lindstroem Theorem for Modal Logic, December, NSL ’94, Kanazawa, Japan
  2. Now This is Modal Logic, November, Amsterdam
  3. Bisimulations and Fragments of First-order Logic, August, ESSLLI’94, Copenhagen
  4. The Logic of Peirce Algebras, August, ESSLLI’94, Copenhagen
  5. Completeness via Flatness, July, ICTL’94, Bonn
  6. Back and Forth between Time and Events, July, ICTL’94, Bonn
  7. Zooming In, Zooming Out, June, STAS4, Moraga CA, USA
  8. Logics of Communicating Structures, May, LLC-3, CSLI, Stanford, USA
  9. A Lindstroem Theorem for Modal Logic, April, Workshop Three Days of Bisimulation, Amsterdam
  10. Model Theory for Modal Logic, March, FACCS-Lab Seminar, University of Cape Town
  11. The Logic of Peirce Algebras, March, Mathematics Colloquium, University of Cape Town
  12. Dynamic Logic and Theory Change, March, Joint Maths/AI Colloquium, University of Cape Town
  13. Zooming In, Zooming Out, January, Dagstuhl Seminar on Relational Methods in Computer Science, Saarbruecken

1993

  1. Sequent Calculi for Logics that Count, November, Workshop on Proof Theory of Modal Logic, Hamburg
  2. The Logic of Peirce Algebras, October, Colloquium on Partial and Dynamic Semantics, Utrecht
  3. Dynamic Logic, August, ESSLLI’93, Lisbon
  4. Counting Objects, May, ICCS’93, San Sebastian, Spain
  5. Dynamic Modal Logic II, February, Amsterdam
  6. Dynamic Modal Logic I, February, Amsterdam
  7. Counting Objects, February, Imperial College, London
  8. Counting Objects, January, Amsterdam

1992

  1. What is Modal Logic?, December, Logic at Work, Applied Logic Conference, Amsterdam
  2. A System of Dynamic Modal Logic, November, Colloquium on Partial and Dynamic Semantics
  3. A Framework for Extended Modal Logic, October, Seminar on Non-Classical Logics, Sofia
  4. A System of Dynamic Modal Logic, August, ASL European Summer Meeting, Veszprem, Hungary
  5. Changing Information: the Amsterdam Way, May, CSLI Seminar, Stanford CA, USA
  6. At Some Other Place, May, Intensional Logic Colloquium, Stanford CA, USA
  7. A Modal Logic for Updating and Contracting, March, Colloquium on Non-Monotonic Reasoning, Delft
  8. Extending Modal Logic, February, Amsterdam

1991

  1. A Modal Logic for Updating and Revising, December, Workshop on Logic and the Flow of Information, Amsterdam
  2. Generalized Quantifiers and Modal Logic, May, Colloquium on Logic and Theoretical Computer Science, Eindhoven

1990

  1. Extended Modal Logic II, October, Amsterdam
  2. Extended Modal Logic I, October, Amsterdam
  3. Unary Interpretability Logic, June, Symposium Logic and Computer Science around the 42nd parallel, Marseille
  4. Why Not at a Different Time?, April, Amsterdam