The 15th meeting of Forum for Information Retrieval Evaluation 2023 will be held at Goa University, Panjim, India. FIRE started in 2008 with the aim of building a South Asian counterpart for TREC, CLEF and NTCIR, and has since evolved continuously to support and encourage research within the information retrieval community. FIRE has adapted to meet the new challenges in multilingual information access and frameworks for large-scale evaluation of information retrieval methods, primarily text.
In its 15th milestone year, FIRE brings in a renewed industry track and a doctoral colloquium with the aim of engaging industry and academia bilaterally with ideas, mentorship and delivery. The doctoral consortium aims to provide a platform for PhD students to share their ideas with distinguished researchers across academia and industry that can help them shape their PhD problem into a scalable product. Further, continuing the trend in earlier editions of FIRE, this year also FIRE will hold peer-reviewed conference track and evaluation tracks to encourage research in the field of IR and NLP.
We invite active participation in each track. Please refer to the call for submission in each track for more information.