Centre takes part in Wolfson College's 50th anniversary celebrations

Centre takes part in Wolfson College's 50th anniversary celebrations

Wolfson College is celebrating fifty years of history and achievements since the appointment of its first president, Sir Isaiah Berlin, in 1966.

One of Oxford's leading graduate colleges, and distinctively international and interdisciplinary, Wolfson is an important partner of the Oxford e-Research Centre—in particular through the college's Digital Research Cluster. The Cluster focuses on work across a variety of disciplines in which the web is the platform, and where sharing of ideas and methodologies brings mutual benefit.

The Cluster was presented during the Wolfson Anniversary Weekend on Saturday 9 July, with a talk from Professor Donna Kurtz and Professor David De Roure entitled 'From the typewriter room to the semantic web', alongside the energetic and innovative work of six other clusters ranging from the Ancient World to Quantum Foundations and the Oxford Centre for Life Writing.

The Centre congratulates Wolfson College on its anniversary and looks forward to exciting interdisciplinary collaborations ahead.