The first international conference on Internet Science

“The first international conference on Internet Science” April 10-11, 2013.

Location: The Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts (KVAB) Rue Ducale 1, Brussels (Belgium)

Register online via the Conference Website

To contact the event organizers, please email: [email protected]

You are invited to submit your original and innovative work to the In3 conference, “the 1st international conference on Internet Science”, to be organized from April 10 to 11 in Brussels, under the aegis of the European Commission, by the EINS Network of Excellence ( and with the support of KVAB .

The In3 conference aims at investigating the emergence of Internet science through a deeper multidisciplinary understanding of the development of the Internet as a societal and technological artefact, whose evolution is increasingly intertwined with that of human societies. Its main objective is to allow an open and productive dialogue between all the disciplines that study Internet systems under any technological or humanistic perspectives and which in turn are being transformed by the continuous advances in Internet functionalities and applications.

Call for Papers: The In3 conference is a highly multidisciplinary conference combining Computer Science, Sociology, Art, Mathematics, Physics, Complex systems analysis, Psychology, Economics, Law, Political Science, Epistemology and other relevant disciplines. This unique conference will be the venue fostering dialogue among scholars and practitioners belonging to these disciplines. It will also provide the EINS Network of Excellence with an opportunity to interact with external stakeholders, detail project objectives and methodological approachs, and showcase its first results. We invite papers shedding light on Internet Science from all involved disciplines and in particular papers crossing rigid disciplines boundaries, describing original research and innovative ideas.

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