Desktop search refers to the process of searching within one’s personal space of information. The information searched during a desktop search can include content that resides on one's personal computer (e.g., documents, emails, visited Web pages, and multimedia files), and may extend to content on other personal devices, such as music players and mobile phones. This workshop aims to bring together people interested in desktop search with the goal of fostering collaborations and addressing the challenges faced in this area.
**Workshop proceedings available online**
Workshop Contents (December, 2010)
Details on the workshop contents are available in the following SIGIR Forum article http://www.sigir.org/forum/2010D/sigirwksp/2010d_sigirforum_elsweiler.pdf
Resources (July 26, 2010)
It was decided at the workshop to maintain a list of resources for the Personal Information Access community. This list is available at www.cdvp.dcu.ie/DS2010/resources.html. If you would like to add other resources to this list please email them to email@example.com
Workshop End (July 24, 2010)
A successful 2010 Desktop Search workshop is now over. Some of the workshop presentations and posters are available, along with a list of the topics of interest to the workshop attendees. Details on the workshop contents will be available soon.
Information (July 13, 2010)
Workshop proceedings available to download on the accepted papers page.
Workshop schedule posted.