Web Science Doctoral Training Centre
Web Science has an ambitious agenda; it is necessarily interdisciplinary – as much about social and organizational behaviour as about the underpinning technology of the World Wide Web. Its research programme targets the Web as a primary focus of attention, adding to our understanding of its architectural principles, its development and growth, its capacity for furthering global knowledge and communication, and its inherent values of trustworthiness, privacy, and respect for social boundaries. A new Doctoral Training Centre (DTC) for Web Science is part of a £250million investment in the future of UK science and technology by the RCUK Digital Economy programme, providing funded studentships for 4-year PhD training. Web Science is a new discipline that addresses:
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White, S., Croitoru, M., Bazan, S., Cerri, S., Davis, H. C., Folgieri, R., Jonquet, C., Scharffe, F., Staab, S., Tiropanis, T. and Vafopoulos, M. (2011) Negotiating the Web Science Curriculum through Shared Educational Artefacts. In: ACM WebSci '11, 14-17 June 2011, Koblenz, Germany.
Carr, L. (2010) Web Science Big Wins: Information Big Bang & Fundamental Constants. In: Satellite Meeting of the Royal Society Discussion Meeting ‘Web Science: A New Frontier’ , 29/30th September 2010, Kavli Royal Society International Centre, UK. (Unpublished)
Tinati, R., Pope, C., Halford, S. and Carr, L. (2010) (re) configuring the web user in the digital economy. In: Digital Futures 2010: Digital Economy All Hands Meeting, 11-12 October 2010, Nottingham, UK.
Publications included from http://eprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/view/projects/743.include.