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Fernando Diaz

Fernando Diaz

Fernando Diaz’s primary research interest is formal information retrieval models. His research experience includes distributed information retrieval approaches to web search, temporal aspects of information access, mouse-tracking, cross-lingual information retrieval, graph-based retrieval methods, and synthesizing information from multiple corpora. Fernando received his PhD from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2008. His work on federation won the best paper awards at the SIGIR 2009, WSDM 2009, and ECIR 2011 conferences as well as a best paper nomination at SIGIR 2011.