Dr. Justin F. Brunelle

Doctoral Work in the WS-DL Group

I completed my Ph.D. at ODU in Web Science and Digital Preservation under Dr. Michael L. Nelson at ODU. During my doctoral studies as part of the Web Science and Digital Libraries research group, I published over 15 papers and articles which are listed under my publications page.

My dissertation (defense slides) studies the impact of JavaScript on web crawlers and proposes a framework for better crawling, capturing, and archiving representations that depend on JavaScript to reach a final state. This work focuses on data collection, mining, and analysis of temporally sensitive data at web scale.

In the academic community, I am a regular contributor to internationally respected data, web, and library science conferences and journals. I also serve on the program committees of the same conferences.