Dominique Hazaël-Massieux

Activity Lead, W3C Mobile Web Initiative

Dominique Hazaël-Massieux works for the W3C where he leads the Mobile Web Initiative, coordinating the mobile-related activities in the standardisation consortium. He has been working in the W3C since 2000 and has put his Ecole Centrale Paris engineering degree to use in the various technologies developed by the W3C on topics including the Semantic Web, web accessibility, quality assurance, and, more recently, web use on mobile devices. Dominique also puts many of these technologies to use as he develops tools and applications for the W3C’s operations.

Dominique is speaking on the Mobile Access – Device-independent or Accessible? panel.

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