Marc Najork


Marc Najork has decades of experience in web search and web science.  At the DEC/Compaq Systems Research Center in the 1990s, he worked on the V2 crawler of AltaVista, the leading search engine of its day. At Microsoft Research in the 2000s, he was involved in key aspects of Bing from its very first beginnings. At Google Research, he is directing a team of about 50 researchers and engineers working on many classical search problems — discovery, extraction, retrieval, ranking and recommendation. Marc was program co-chair of WWW 2004 , general chair of WSDM 2008, editor-in-chief of the ACM Transactions on the Web (2011-2015), and served on the WSDM steering committee for eight years (the last four as chair). He is an ACM Fellow (“for contributions to web search and web science”) and an IEEE Fellow (“for contributions to web crawling and web data processing”). He has co-authored over 80 papers and is a co-inventor on 28 US patents. A more detailed and less flamboyant bio can be found at

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