The Web Science Conference 2018 thanks its sponsors and supporters for their contributions to make WebSci’18 a success.
ACM SIGWEB are the sponsors of the conference as a whole. Moreover, SIGWEB has kindly made available a student travel grant fund, such that more than 20 students could be financially supported to attend WebSci’18 and present their work.
The Web Science Trust has provided further student grant support to WSTNet Labs students. WST also organizes and hosts the WebSci’18 PhD student social get-together on Monday 28 May evening (18.00-20.00) as a special additional event, open to all PhD students attending WebSci’18.
The Network Institute has provided support to VU Amsterdam students to attend WebSci ’18, and it invites you to be at the WebSci’18 Poster Reception on Monday 28 May (16.00-18.00) – where you can also vote for the best poster award.
VU and Elsevier are providing many kinds of support to make the ACM Turing Lecture by Sir Tim Berners-Lee (WebSci’18 keynote, Tuesday 29 May morning) open to the general public.
The W4RA team takes on most of the burden of all aspects of the local organization of WebSci ’18 – also beyond the normal call of duty. (In addition, they organize the Symposium on The Web and the Digital Divide on Sunday 27 May).
SIKS, IOS Press and 2CoolMonkeys kindly provide the financial prizes that are associated with, respectively, the WebSci’18 best paper award, best student paper award, and best poster award, all of which will be handed out during the conference.
TVE The Value Engineers support the production of the WebSci’18 Events Proceedings, and W3C promotes to attend the ACM Turing Lecture by Sir Tim Berners-Lee through its various communication channels.
Inquiries to sponsor WebSci’18 can be sent to this address.