Wendy Hall named one of the most influential people in U.K. I.T.

03 December 2012, tagged with ,

Following on from being named in Computer Weekly’s first ever list of the U.K.’s top 25 most influential women in I.T. in July, Professor Dame Wendy Hall has featured in Computer Weekly’s recently announced list of the most influential people in U.K. I.T.


The list was decided by a reader vote as well as an expert judging panel with representatives from across the I.T. industry.

Professor Hall was recognised for her founding of the Web Science Research Initiative with Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 2006, which is a collaborative research project between the University of Southampton and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

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