The University of Southampton

WAIS is a research group in the School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton. The group researches the Internet, the Web and large scale systems that combine computational, data and human components.

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  • 30 January 2019

    University of Southampton launches...

    Academics and health professionals are uniting to solve challenging clinical problems through a new Centre for Health Technologies (CHT) at the University of Southampton.

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  • 18 December 2018

    Southampton computer scientists named as...

    Four academics from the School of Electronics and Computer Science have been named Fellows of The Alan Turing Institute as part of a new cohort from the University of Southampton.

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  • 10 April 2018

    Computer scientists improve open data...

    Southampton researchers help ease access to over 800,000 datasets across Europe as part of three-year contract funded by the European Commission

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  • Publications archive

    Recent WAIS publications

    Surface melt driven summer diurnal and winter multi-day stick-slip motion and till sedimentology - Jane K. Hart, Kirk Martinez, Philip J. Basford, Alexander I. Clayton, Benjamin A. Robson and David S. Young
    Type: Article | 2019
    A case study analysis of the success factors in Web-based and offline social innovation competitions - Gareth P Beeston
    Type: Thesis | 2018 | University of Southampton
    Learning through digitally-augmented physical experiences: Reflections on the ambient wood project. - Yvonne Rogers, Sara Price, Eric Harris, Ted Phelps, Mia Underwood, Danielle Wilde, Henk Muller, Cliff Randell, Danae Stanton, Helen Neale, M. Thompson, Mark Weal and Danius T Michaelides
    Type: Monograph | 2002 | Equator Project

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