World Wide Web Conference, 2017
3-7 April, 2017
The 2017 World Wide Web conference will be held on the sunny shores of Perth, Western Australia.
23 February 2017
Keynote speaker for WWW2017 announced
Inventor, author, educator, broadcaster and entrepreneur Mark Pesce will give a keynote speech at WWW2017. A pioneer of 3D on the web, and co-inventor of VRML, Mark is currently host of This Week in Startups - Australia’s leading tech podcast.
Draft Conference Program
The draft program is now available. Stay alert for changes and additions as they occur.View the Draft Conference Program
About the conference
The 26th International World Wide Web Conference promises delegates a sustainable, relevant, innovative and memorable program and is the centerpiece of Perth's ‘Festival of the Web’: eight days of social events from dawn to dark, focusing on four themes that address the significant challenges of our era and beyond.
About the series
The International World Wide Web Conference is an annual forum bringing together some of the most influential members of the web community. With a 20-year history, it’s the world’s longest-running and most prestigious web conference.
The series is overseen by the World Wide Web Conferences Committee (IW3C2) which selects the host city three years in advance.