The IDA Symposium particularly welcomes contributions by graduate students. In order to support this objective, the Symposium will, for the first time, have a special spotlight/poster track for graduate-student research, and it will offer greatly reduced registration rates for participants in this session.

Ricardo Baeza-Yates, the VP of Yahoo! Research for Europe, Middle East and Latin America, will give a talk Web Mining or The Wisdom of the Crowds.

Call for late-breaking results, wild new ideas, software demonstrations, student work, etc. Poster submissions will be reviewed, but not published. Please submit a one-page pdf abstract by email to by October 9th if you would like to present a poster at this session.

If you are a PhD student and would like to present a poster about your research at this session, please submit a one-page pdf abstract by email to by 1 September 2011. This will be a great opportunity to present your work to a broad audience. This session will be open to the public and to the local research community.

Accepted posters

IDA 2011 — The Tenth International Symposium on Intelligent Data Analysis, 29-31 Oct, 2011,