Institute for Web Science and Technologies · Universität Koblenz - Landau
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Public Keynotes about the World Wide Web from 30th June to 6th July

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The department of computer science kindly invites to attend the keynotes of the International WSTNet Web Science Summer School 2016 (WWSSS’16). From June 30th to July 6th (9.00 – 10.00 am, sharp), internationally renowned experts from various disciplines provide exciting stimuli to the largest socio-technical construct of human history: the World Wide Web.

 

 

30.6., D 239
Noshir Contractor:
Leveraging Web/Internet/Network Sciences to address Grand Societal Challenges

1.7., D 239
Nikolaus Forgó:
Privacy Law and the Web: A Story of Love and Hate?

2.7., E 011
Stéphane Bazan:
Information Warfare on the Web in the Middle East

4.7., D 239
James A. Hendler:
Social Machines 2.0:  The Coming Collision of Artificial Intelligence, Social Networking, and Humanity

5.7., D 239
Simon Köhl:
Social Entrepreneurship on the Web - Serlo's Mission to build a Wikipedia for Learning

6.7., D 239
Nuria Oliver:
Human Behavior Modeling from (Big) Data

Details about the talks and speakers can be obtained at http://wwsss16.webscience.org/keynotes. Registration is not required to attend the keynotes.

The summer school is hosted by the department of computer science. Contents are related to the Master programme in Web Science (http://west.uni-koblenz.de/mws). 


22.06.16

Contact for inquiries: west@uni-koblenz.de