Program For 2005 Search Engine Meeting Now Available

The program for the 2005 Search Engine Meeting that's scheduled to take place in Boston (April 11-12) is now online. A very very impressive list of speakers.

Sessions Include (make sure to review the program, this is just the tip of the iceberg):
+ Internet Search Engines: Past and Future (Jan Pedersen, Yahoo!)
+ What We Know About User Behavior (And What We Are Not So Sure of)
(Carol Tenopir, Univ. of Tennessee)
+ Content Management on the Web: the Next Killer App for Search (Tom Wilde, FindWhat.com)
+ Personal Information Retrieval: Helping Finders become Keepers (Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research)
+ Data Discovery on the Intranet (Avi Rappaport)
+ Next Generation Search Technology Advancements (John Lervik, Fast)
+ Combining Desktop & Web: Building a Seamless Search Solution across Multiple Platforms (Tuoc Luong, Ask Jeeves)
+ Arguments for Clustering and Meta-Search as a Universal Norm for Information Retrieval (Raul Valdes-Perez, Vivisimo)
+ Structuring the Unstructured Web for Specialized Searching A (mmy Vogtlander, Scirus/Elsevier)
Thanks to Intelligence Center for the link.

Want to review presentations from past Search Engine Meetings? They're all linked here.