Sponsors

 

 

The Web Science Trust

 

The Web Science Trust (WST) is a charitable body with the aim of supporting the global development of Web Science through a network of world class laboratories known as WSTNet. It is hosted by the University of Southampton.

 


Leibniz Universität Hannover

 

Libniz Universität Hannover, is a public university located in Hannover, Germany. Founded in 1831, it is one of the largest and oldest science and technology universities in Germany.

 

 


L3S Research Center

 

L3S is a research center for basic and applied Web Science. L3S researchers develop innovative methods and technologies that enable intelligent and seamless access to information on the Web, link individuals and communities in all aspects of the knowledge society, and connect the Internet to the real world and its institutions. L3S is also focused on transferring its knowledge and technology to society and the economy.

 


 

EU Project AFEL (Analytics for Everyday Learning)

 

The goal of AFEL (Analytics for Everyday Learning) is to develop methods and tools to understand informal/collective learning as it surfaces implicitly in online social environments. While Learning Analytics and Educational Data Mining traditionally rely on data from formal learning environments, studies have for a long time demonstrated that learning activities happen for a large part online, in a variety of other platforms. The aim of AFEL is therefore to devise the tools for exploiting learning analytics on such learning activities, in relation to cognitive models of learning and collaboration that are necessary to the understanding of loosely defined learning processes in online social environments.

 


SoBigData

 

SoBigData (http://www.sobigdata.eu/) is the European Research Infrastructure for Big Data and Social Mining. From data to knowledge, investigating stories ethically, paying attention to citizens privacy. 7 european countries, more than 100 data scientists.

 

 


Fraunhofer IGD

 

Fraunhofer IGD is the international leading research institution for applied visual computing — image- and model-based information technology that combines computer graphics and computer vision. In simple terms, it is the ability to turn information into images and to extract information from images. All technological solutions by Fraunhofer IGD and its partners are based on visual computing.