Womin djeka! This is my personal—not an official RMIT—website. I’m a Senior Lecturer at RMIT University (School of Computing Technologies), an Associate Investigator at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society, a research collaborator of RMIT FactLab, and a member of the International Panel on the Information Environment. I was the recipient of an ARC Discoverying Early-Career Research Award (DECRA).
My main research interests are Information Retrieval (IR), Text Analytics, and Data Science. I currently work on evaluation of information access systems and interactive information retrieval.
In my free time, I teach Capoeira at the Associação de Capoeira Descendente do Pantera (ACDP) –where I am also known as Contramestre Camaleão– and play samba with Wombatuque.
PhD in Computer Science, 2014
UNED (Madrid, Spain)
Senior Lecturer, School of Computing Technologies
Associate Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society
Opportunity to join the Centre of Excellence on Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S) work on developing new approaches to fairness, actionable explainability or socially considerate evaluation of Automated Decision-Making in search, conversational, recommender, or other information access systems.
Dr. Ameer Albahem, Evaluating Dynamic Search Systems for Interactive Complex Tasks (co-supervised with Lawrence Cavedon and Falk Scholer).