We are an interdisciplinary network of researchers with a shared interest in topics concerning the relationship between the Internet and society. Because more and more of our daily lives are affected by technology, technological development and social change are increasingly intertwined. Addressing questions around these changes in turn requires expertise from more than one discipline. That is why our aim is to share expertise, give each other feedback on research projects or ideas and establish dialogue that reaches across traditional disciplinary boundaries.
Our members include scholars from computer science, information science, psychology, sociology and political science and we currently hold monthly seminar meetings where people present finished projects or ask for feedback on initial ideas. These meetings are open to anyone interested and will be announced on the website.