‘Observatories and data analytics for Web Science’ – Keynote speech by Professor Dame Wendy Hall

Abstract Over the last 25 years the Web has evolved into a critical global infrastructure. Since its emergence in the 1990s, it has exploded into hundreds of billions of pages that touch almost all aspects of modern life.

‘On the Nature of Computing’: a keynote speech by Joseph Sifakis

Abstract: Computing is a domain of knowledge. Knowledge is truthful information that embedded into the right network of conceptual interrelations can be used to understand a subject or solve a problem. According to this definition, Physics, Biology but also Mathematics, Engineering, Social Sciences and Cooking are all domains of knowledge.