2 Research Papers Accepted at International Conferences, + 1 Best Paper Award

Two research papers I co-authored have been recently accepted to prestigious international conferences: ACM CHI and ICWE. The first one even won a Best Paper Award. 🎉

motherfuckingwebsite.com Redesigned. My Other Poster Presented at #ICWE2014

(Disclaimer: motherfuckingwebsite.com was not made by me!) From my original post about redesigning motherfuckingwebsite.com (see here), I have created a poster along with a corresponding short paper, which have been presented at the 2014 International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE). The short paper will be included in the conference proceedings published by Springer: Maximilian Speicher… Continue reading motherfuckingwebsite.com Redesigned. My Other Poster Presented at #ICWE2014

How to Infer Usability from User Interactions. My Poster Presented at #ICWE2014

The corresponding publications are: Maximilian Speicher, Andreas Both and Martin Gaedke (2014). “Ensuring Web Interface Quality through Usability-based Split Testing”. In Proc. ICWE. Maximilian Speicher, Andreas Both and Martin Gaedke (2014). “WaPPU: Usability-based A/B Testing”. In Proc. ICWE (Demos). For more information about WaPPU, please see this previous post. Special thanks go to Fred Funke,… Continue reading How to Infer Usability from User Interactions. My Poster Presented at #ICWE2014

StreamMyRelevance! Predicting Search Result Relevance from Streams of Interactions

Guessing the relevance of delivered search results is one of the biggest issues for today's search engines. The particular problem is that it's difficult to obtain explicit statements from users about whether they found what they were searching for. Clicks are commonly used to guess relevance (using so-called "click models") but they are far from… Continue reading StreamMyRelevance! Predicting Search Result Relevance from Streams of Interactions