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Network of Excellence in Internet Science Kick-Off Meeting

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Cristobal Cobo

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Human History
is all about networks... Our Project (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Transportation networks Economic networks Biological networks Social networks Is the Internet just another
network? Power networks Human activity shapes the network... ... but networks impact on
human behaviour What are the reciprocal influences linking the Internet and broader socioeconomic systems? What are the prospects and limitations associated with our attempts to extend the current Internet and how we can influence its future development? 1) Coordinate a
multidisciplinary investigation
of specific internet-related
topics at the intersection
between humanistic and
technological sciences AIMS JRA6: Virtual Communities JRA4: Governance, Regulation & Standards JRA8: Internet for Sustainability 2) Lay the foundations for an 'Internet Science' JRA5: Internet Privacy, Identity, Trust & Reputation Mechanisms JRA7: Internet as Critical Infrastructure; Security, Resilience and Dependability Aspects JRA6: Virtual Communities JRA4: Governance, Regulation & Standards JRA8: Internet for Sustainability JRA5: Internet Privacy, Identity, Trust & Reputation Mechanisms JRA7: Internet as Critical Infrastructure; Security, Resilience and Dependability Aspects JRA1: Towards a Theory of Internet Science JRA3: Evidence and Experimentation JRA2: Emergence Theories and Design Methodologies 2) Lay the foundations for an
'Internet Science' AIMS 3) Provide incentives for
researchers to conduct
studies across multiple
disciplines AIMS JRA6: Virtual Communities JRA4: Governance, Regulation & Standards JRA8: Internet for Sustainability JRA5: Internet Privacy, Identity, Trust & Reputation Mechanisms JRA7: Internet as Critical Infrastructure; Security, Resilience and Dependability Aspects JRA1: Towards a Theory of Internet Science JRA3: Evidence and Experimentation JRA2: Emergence Theories and Design Methodologies IA1: Facilitation of Researcher Mobility SEA4: Organisation of Calls for Proposals SEA3: Dissemination and Co-operation with other relevant activities SEA2: Standardisation and Legalisation Activities SEA1: Presence, Dissemination and Awareness Raising and Electronic Tools IA2: Joint Courses, Graduate Programs & Summer Schools http://www.flickr.com/photos/pankajsharma/5714631561/ EINS Multidisciplinarity Mathematics Law & Political Science Physics Sociology Psychology Arts & Humanities Applied Sciences Social Sciences Impact of the Network of Excellence in Internet Science is multifaceted: > Feed-forward: maximise Internet's benefits, steer Future Internet, Roadmap of the Internet Science to HORIZON 2020 > Feed-back: advances on contributing disciplines > European Value: integration, Internet Scientist Curriculum, Centre of Excellence Does the Internet have
side effects on society? The web is now considered to
substitute a large part of the
human memory Has the Internet changed the pure nature of interpersonal and group processes? http://www.flickr.com/photos/renamayne/2766157471/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/rainbowsherbert/4043202887/ Why Internet dating is such a successful business? > Options are limitless
> There are no taboos
> Ease of expression due to a
certain degree of anonymity
> Easy to fit in to busy schedules
> Easy to filter according to the
user's preferences
> Cost effective and
emotionally safe What is the reason for all these techno-legal battles? Personal data gathered in the Internet is the new marketing gold standard - social data is precious! To think about... Europe v Facebook > European data protection law dictates transparency. Facebook must stick to this. > Every person in the EU has the right to
access all the data that a company holds
about them. > Facebook users face vague and
contradictory privacy policies. > Initiative wants to make Facebook
more transparent and show users
what information is held about them. http://www.flickr.com/photos/eurleif/255241547/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/buffalostate/6092309143/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/angeljim46/6484583325/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/kylebaker/4429559295/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sergeykonstantinov/5060721445/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jym/6592093629/ Author: Leandros Tassiulas
Adaptation: Tim Davies EINS: Network of
Excellence in Internet Science
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