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Full Programme for Web Science Research Week

An opportunity to meet Web Science students and hear about their research at Web Science Research Week. The Web Science Institute and the Doctoral Training Centre at the University of Southampton invite you to the Web Science Research Week (24-28th February 2014) . The Web Science Institute (WSI) acts as a focal point, co-ordinating and putting into practice education, research and enterprise initiatives on web-related developments at the University of Southampton. Continue reading →

Web Science Research Week

During Web Science Research Week (24th - 28th February), we have seminars organised for each lunch time on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to which all staff, students and guests are welcome. There are only a few spaces left because of the room capacity so please contact Claire Wyatt ( if you would like to attend. Background information about the whole week of activities is available here Tuesday 25th February starting with lunch from midday in Building 27, Room 3056. Continue reading →

Web Science researchers contributing at #DE2013MCUK

We will be invading Media City in Manchester next week for the Digital Economy's Open Digital Conference You can check out the full programme and follow #DE2013MCUK on twitter but here is a brief summary of the Southampton contributions: Professor Dame Wendy Hall will be delivering a keynote on Wednesday. She will discuss recent developments in “Openness” with specific focus upon the opportunities offered by the convergence of Open Data, Open Research and Open Learning. Continue reading →

The Web Science Institute (WSI) launches its 2013/4 Programme

The Web Science Institute (WSI) launches its 2013/4 Programme – 11th November 11:30am to 2pm – Nuffield Theatre "Green Room" Cafe. Professor Dame Wendy Hall, Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Professor Susan Halford, Professor Hugh Davis and Professor Les Carr invite you to the launch of the new Web Science Institute's programme for the 2013/4 academic year, in conjunction with CITE. Continue reading →

#WebSci13 is just 3 weeks away…

It is not too late to book your place in Paris :-) The Web demands new ways of working across traditional academic disciplines. Web Science builds skills and expertise in the technical underpinnings of the Web, the social processes that have shaped its evolution, and the impact of the Web on society. The presentations at #WebSci13 will address these contemporary issues across a wide range of applications from healthcare to cybersecurity. Continue reading →