2018: Doctoral Consortium co-chair at ACM CHIIR’2018 conference.
2017-18: Guest editor for JASIST Special Issue on Neuro-Information Science.
2018: New conference paper: Gwizdka, J. (2018). Inferring Web Page Relevance Using Pupillometry and Single Channel EEG. In D. F. Davis, et al. (Eds.), Information Systems and Neuroscience (pp. 175–183). Springer. DOI_LINK
2017: New journal paper. Gwizdka, J., Hosseini, R., Cole, M., & Wang, S. (2017). Temporal dynamics of eye-tracking and EEG during reading and relevance decisions. JASIST, 68(10), 2299–2312. DOI_LINK
2017.05.15: My Google Scholar h-index=26
2017: New journal paper. Smith, C. L., Gwizdka, J., & Feild, H. (2017). The use of query auto-completion over the course of search sessions with multifaceted information needs. IP&M, 53(5), 1139–1155. DOI_LINK
2017: New conference paper/poster: Gwizdka, J. (2017). I Can and So I Search More: Effects Of Memory Span On Search Behavior. In Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Conference Human Information Interaction and Retrieval (pp. 341–344). New York, NY, USA: ACM. LINK_DOI
2017: Co-organized 2nd international workshop on NeuroIIR at ACM CHIIR conference in Oslo, Norway, March 11, 2017. NeuroIR
2017: Guest co-editor for special issue on Searach as Learning in Information Retrieval Journal.
2016: Perspectives paper with Javed Mostafa at the 1st ACM CHIIR 2016 “Deepening the Role of the User: Neuro-Physiological Evidence as a Basis for Studying and Improving Search”
2015: Distinguished Fellow of the Kosciuszko Foundation Collegium of Eminent Scientists
2015: Co-organized 1st intl workshop on Neuro-Physiological Methods in IR Research (NeuroIR’2015) at SIGIR’2015 in Santiago de Chile, August 13, 2015.
2014: Google Research Award with Prof. Dania Bilal (PI). “Child-friendly search engine results pages (SERPs): Towards better understanding of Google search results readability by children” Read more | Read in The Daily Texan
2013: Received Dr. Hermann Zemlicka Award for the most visionary paper presented at NeuroIS’2013
IMLS Early CAREER Development award (8% success rate) for the project “Continuous Assessment of Cognitive Load in Information Seeking”