Several academic groups conduct research around Solid. If you are interested in being listed send an email to email@example.com with a description of the research project and link to the website.
BBC R&D have been using Solid to power research into ways that the BBC can deliver new types of data-based services to inform, educate and entertain in ways that gives maximum respect to the agency and privacy of their audience.
Solid started at the Decentralized Information Group of CSAIL at MIT. Research focuses include verifiable credentials, privacy-preserving data aggregation on the decentralised web and investigating decentralised management of health and fitness data.
Contact Lalana Kagal
Oxford University Computer Science Lab - Oxford Martin School’s program on Ethical Web and Data Architectures.
The work at the Oxford Martin School’s program on Ethical Web and Data Architectures focuses on four themes: data autonomy, data privacy, algorithmic accountability, and data sharing. In 2020, a grant was received to architect new ethical data systems such as Solid.
Contact Nigel Shadbolt
The KNowledge on Web Scale (KNoWS) group at Ghent University – imec
Imec has been involved in Solid for several years, focusing on data interoperability, querying, scalability, and the developer experience. They are currently building the Community Solid Server.
Contact Ruben Verborgh
Classes at WESO now have the tradition of a competition for the best Solid app produced during their course.
Contact Jose Emilio Labra Gayo
CERN is heavily involved in open source, and follows Solid work.
Contact Maria Dimou
Open University - Open Blockchain Group
Milton Keynes, UK
The Open University runs an experimental server and works on a COVID-19 immunity passport Solid app.
Contact Manoharan Ramachandran