3 November 2016
Speakers: Clive Gringras
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome Clive Gringras from Olswang. Touching on the economic and philosophical basis for this legal doctrine, Clive will also explain the practical implications for lawyers on either side of the discussion.
27 October 2016
Speakers: Dr Antti Ukkonen
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to welcome guest speaker Dr Antti Ukkonen from the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health.
26 October 2016
Speakers: Georgina Born, Christopher Haworth
This seminar series, created by the Oxford Digital Ethnography Group, gathers leading scholars and practitioners to reflect on how ethnography is adapting to the study of heavily-mediated worlds.
20 October 2016
Speakers: Jonathan Zittrain
The OII Bellwether Lectures bring world-leading intellectuals to Oxford to lecture on the social implications of the Internet, and its role in shaping our economic, political, and social future.
Thursday 22 - Friday 23 September 2016
The OII's IPP conferences subject the relationship between the Internet, policy and politics to multi-disciplinary scrutiny; for IPP2016 we focus on Internet platforms.
16 September 2016
Come to the Oxford Internet Institute and speak to our faculty & staff about our Graduate programs. It's a great opportunity for prospective students to get questions answered and see the department.
Thursday 15 - Friday 16 September 2016
Speakers: Professor Bitange Ndemo, Professor Alex (Sandy) Pentland, Dr Linnet Taylor
This workshop aims to move forward the debate about the ways in which big data is used, can be used, and should be used in development.
Monday 12 - Wednesday 14 September 2016
The 2016 annual conference of the Development Studies Association (DSA) will be hosted by the Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) at the University of Oxford from 12 to 14 September.
23 June 2016
Speakers: Professor Niels Brügger
Digital Knowledge and Culture research cluster talk by Niels Brügger.
Wednesday 22 - Friday 24 June 2016
The VOX-Pol Network of Excellence is an EU-funded academic research network.
15 June 2016
Speakers: Dr Bahador Bahrami
The OxCrowd Network looks at insights on methodological and theoretical challenges related to understanding contemporary crowdbased phenomena facilitated by digital technologies and platforms.
Out of sync: An ethnographically informed investigation into how different mHealth stakeholders understand efficiency in Kenya and Uganda
15 June 2016
Speakers: David Peter Simon
David Simon will be speaking about his fieldwork-based research, and then discussing the role of method in his approach.
3 June 2016
Speakers: Dr Mariarosaria Taddeo
Mariarosaria Taddeo's workshop for the John Fell Fund project on Landscaping Strategic Cyber deterrence.
1 June 2016
Speakers: Professor Eric T. Meyer, Dr Bernie Hogan, David Zeitlyn
Anthropological Responses to the idea of Big Data: a discussion
27 May 2016
Speakers: Mason Porter, Eduardo Lopez, Kate Farrahi
The second event of the CSS Initiative London will take place on May 27, 2016 at the Oxford Internet Institute
The Facebook of Revelation: social media and pentecostalism’s effects on violence amongst low income Brazilians
18 May 2016
Speakers: Juliano Spyer
Juliano Spyer will be speaking about his fascinating research on social media in Brazil, which is part of his forthcoming book on the subject - ‘Social Media in Emergent Brazil’ (UCL Press 2016)
5 May 2016
Speakers: Paula Kift
Join the OxPILS privacy research group’s meeting to discuss current research projects and policy developments in privacy and data protection.
5 May 2016
Speakers: MEP Sophie In’t Veld
Sophie will discuss the political reality of these topics based on questions from the audience and a selected panel of scholars.
Thursday 28 April - Thursday 12 May 2016
Speakers: Dr Ruth Olimpia García Gavilanes
This three-day workshop proposes to address this issue by introducing WEKA, a collection of machine learning algorithms for data mining tasks.
21 March 2016
Speakers: Professor Ian Brown, Matthew Shears, Mark Carvell, Emily Taylor, Jean-Jacques Sahel
The Oxford Internet Institute (OII) and ICANN invite you to an open discussion.