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Overview

Dr. Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood is a Telecommunications and Internet expert. Current a visiting scholar at Florida International University and Adjunct at Syracuse University. She has been a Research Fellow for many years in the UK (Oxford Brookes and LSE). She holds wide experience in the telecommunications industry in the UK and the Netherlands. She has a background in engineering (BSc, Diploma and MSc from Imperial College London) and Cisco certifications in network design and support. Her PhD was completed at the Information Systems Group - Department of Management at the LSE. Area of specialization: Mobile Work and Mobile technology.

Research

Telecom Regulation and Policy

Digital Economy

Telecommunications Networks and Mobile Work

Digital payments, blockchains,  NFC and Business Models

Cloud computing, Big and Open data, and Alternative Business Models

Teaching

2016-2017 Assistant Professor on Cloud Computing for Business - Business School, Florida International University

2016  Adjunct Professor teaching telecoms policy – SU School of Information Studies (iSchool)/University of Syracuse, NYC

2004-2015 - Exams invigilator and special exam invigilator (students with disabilities)

012 - Lecturer IS480 Information Systems and Design - LSE

2012 - Teaching a Seminar on Mobile Technology and the Enterprise at UNISINOS, Brazil

2004-2008 - London School of Economics: TA - IS471 - Systems Development

2004-2008 - University of London External Programme Exam Marking: Systems Engineering

In July 2006 I was awarded a Post-Graduate Certification in Higher Education (PGCertHG) from the University of London. Equivalent to a masters degree in teaching for Higher Education.

Personal

Love jazz music and mosaic making.  I studied in Italy (Ravenna) mosaic making for several years during the summer breaks.

I love computers and digital gaming (e.g virtual online games).

Teaching


Teaching History - 2018-2019
Semester Course Section Title
Spring 2019 IST618 M400 Information Policy
Teaching History - 2017-2018
Semester Course Section Title
Spring 2018 IST618 M400 Information Policy
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