The W3C Team consists of the W3C paid staff and W3C
Fellows, all led by the Chief Executive Officer and the Director. If you
would like to join the Team, and your employer* is a
W3C Member that can pay your salary while you work for W3C, please apply to
become a W3C Fellow. You can make a world of difference. Fellows have access
to Team communications, are full-fledged W3C Team members, and are given
responsibilities that are important to the success of the Consortium.
Learn more below about:
Qualifications and Commitment
- Individuals must be employees of one of W3C's Member organizations.
- Expected Duration
- Fellows should expect to commit to W3C about 80% of their time for a typical period
of 18-24 months.
- Fellows usually work at one of W3C's Host sites, an important
part of contributing to and benefiting from Team culture.
- As with the W3C paid staff, W3C
Fellows must possess insight, tact, technical understanding, and the ability
to follow things through. W3C Fellows must be able to speak English effectively and write English
- Fellows or
their sponsors are responsible for their own salary, benefits, relocation
costs, and living expenses. Some sponsors pay work-related travel expenses.
W3C Host sites may provide work-related travel expenses, and desktop or
laptop computers, depending on circumstances.
How to Proceed
that your employer is a W3C Member and that your organization
will provide you with financial support.
to find out if
your goals match those of W3C.
- Discuss your plan with your W3C Advisory Committee representative.
- Make a proposal to the W3C Manager
most closely associated with your interest.
*Note: If your organization is not currently a W3C
Member, your organization may wish to join
W3C. If joining is not a possibility at this time but your organization
can provide you with financial support, you may write to W3C to express your
interest as participation may be possible outside the Fellows program.
Past W3C Fellows (in alphabetical order)
W3C would like to thank the current W3C Fellows, as well as the past Fellows and the Members who supported them.
- José Manuel Alonso, Fundación CTIC
- Katsutoshi Asaki, Hitachi
- Art Barstow, HP
- David Booth, HP
- Dan Brickley, ILRT, University of Bristol
- Eui-Suk Chung, Ericsson
- Eric Eggert, Knowbility, Inc.
- Pierre Fillault, Aerospatiale
- Yoshio Fukushige, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (Panasonic)
- Jim Gettys, Digital/Compaq
- Harry Halpin, University of Edinburgh
- Vincent Hardy, Sun Microsystems
- Johan Hjelm, Ericsson
- Thilo Horstmann, GMD
- Thomas Hubbard, Nokia
- Dean Jackson, CSIRO Australia
- Ryoichi Kawada (KDDI)
- Youichirou Koga, NEC Corporation
- Yuichi Koike, NEC Corporation
- Marja-Riitta Koivunen, HPY, Elisa Communications
- Tobie Langel, Facebook
- Ora Lassila, Nokia
- Shin'ichi Matsui, Panasonic
- Chris Mills, Opera
- Hidetaka Ohto, Panasonic
- Emmanuel Pietriga, INRIA
- Dave Raggett (Canon, HP, Openwave, Volantis, JustSystems)
- Felix Sasaki, DFKI
- Nobuhisa Shiraishi, NEC Corporation
- Keiji Takeda (Keio University)
- Hiroshi Tsuda, Fujitsu Limited
- Hitoshi Uchida (Canon)
- Hiromi Wada, Panasonic
- Wu Wei (RITT)
- John Wilbanks, Interoperable Informatics Infrastructure Consortium (I3C)
- Hiroki Yamada (Internet Academy)