October 24-26, 2007
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Speakers: Biography

Speaker: Paul Clough


Paul Clough

University of Sheffield
Information Studies
Regent Court
211 Portobello St.
Sheffield S1 4DP
United Kingdom

Paul Clough is a lecturer in Information Systems at the Department of Information Studies, university of Sheffield. He received his BEng from the University of York in Computer Science while also working for British Telecommunications Plc. as a software engineer. He received his PhD from the Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield and worked thereafter as a researcher on a range of language engineering and information access projects. His core research interests are information retrieval and natural language processing. He has over 40 publications in his research area and a US patent for an information management system.

Paul will present Multilingual needs of cultural heritage website visitors: A case study of Tate Online. [Paper]