Denis Savenkov

Denis Savenkov

PhD student
Intelligent Information Access Lab
Mathematics and Computer science department
Emory University

Email: denis.savenkov at emory dot edu
Office: E500 (5th floor), Emerson Hall

Interests: machine reading, knowledge extraction, information retrieval, machine learning


I am a Ph.D. student in the Intelligent Information Access Lab of Emory University, working with Prof. Eugene Agichtein. I got my bachelor and masters degree from Tula state university, Russia. After graduation I moved to Moscow and finished Yandex school of Data analysis. I worked in Yandex for three years focusing on the query-biased document summarization problem (machine learning, quality measures). Currently my research interests lie in the field of machine reading, knowledge extraction and representation.



Relation Extraction from Community Generated Question-Answer Pairs, Denis Savenkov, Wei-Lwun Lu, Jeff Dalton and Eugene Agichtein
NAACL 2015 Student Research Workshop
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To Hint or Not: Exploring the Effectiveness of Search Hints for Complex Informational Tasks, Denis Savenkov, Eugene Agichtein
SIGIR 2014
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Search Engine Switching Detection Based on User Personal Preferences and Behavior Patterns , D.Savenkov, D.Lagun and Q. Liu
SIGIR 2013 (acceptance rate: 19.9%)
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Touch Screens for Touchy Issues: Analysis of Accessing Sensitive Information from Mobile Devices, Dan Pelleg, Denis Savenkov and Eugene Agichtein
ICWSM (International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media) 2013
Detecting Search Engine Switching Based on User Preferences, Search Tasks, and Behavior Patterns, Denis Savenkov, Dmitry Lagun and Qiaoling Liu
WSDM workshop on Web Search Click Data, 2013
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Improving Relevance Prediction by Addressing Biases and Sparsity in Web Search Click Data, Qi Guo, Dmitry Lagun, Denis Savenkov, and Qiaoling Liu
WSDM workshop on Web Search Click Data, 2012
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Search Snippet Evaluation at Yandex: Lessons Learned and Future Directions, Denis Savenkov, Pavel Braslavski, and Mikhail Lebedev
Multilingual and Multimodal Information Access Evaluation, 2011, Springer, pp.14-25


Spring 2014

Fall 2013

Spring 2013

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