Web Science and Technology (WebST) is a new emerging discipline that takes the Web as its primary object of study and engineering. Exploring the interactions among the complex technical, engineering, and social aspects of the Web, our graduate-level program rests on computing technologies to build and extend the Web, engineering techniques to develop large-scale applications, and analytical methodologies for understanding its nature and impact on various aspects of human society.
Being the largest human information construct in history, the Web can be seen as the brain of the man kinds. One can draw an analogy between WebST and Brain Science and Engineering (BSC) as they both tackle complex network structures at different levels of abstraction and deal with data/information/knowledge flows internally as well as in conjunction with the surroundings. Yet WebST differs from BSC because it interacts with completely autonomous and massively parallel human populations. A fundamental question for WebST is in what ways the Web has to evolve to best serve human beings.
Yoon, Sung Eui; 윤성의researcher; Choi, Changmin; 최창민; 2015
송준화researcher; Song, Joon Hwa; 노현호; Ro, Hyun ho; 2015
송준화researcher; Song, Joon Hwa; 이창훈; Lee, Changhun; 2015
Cha, Mee Young; 차미영researcher; Jeong, Bum Seok; 정범석; Kim, In Yeob; 김인엽; 2015
Myaeng, Sung Hyon; 맹성현researcher; Kim, Jinho; 김진호; 2015
송준화researcher; Song, Joon Hwa; 박필순; Park, Pillsoon; 2015
Kim, Dong-Jun(김동준); Choi, Ki-Un(최기운); 2014
Ko, In-Young(고인영); Kim, Eun-Ae(김은애); 2014
Moon, Sue-Bok(문수복); Ryu, Kyoung-Min(류경민); 2014
송준화(Song, Joon-Hwa); 문미리(Moon, Mi-Ri); 2014