Projects

Project manager, CEPS with SCF Associates Ltd, Study on Towards a Digital Single Market for NIS products and services for ENISA, ENISA D-COD-16-T02.

Expert for the Employers Group, European Economic and Social Committee, Opinion on Sharing economy and self-regulation, INT/779.

With Technopolis, Oxford Internet Instiute and CEPS, for European Commission, Study on “Data Technologies for Evidence-informed Policy-making (including Big Data)”, SMART 2014/0004.

Commissioned to write background paper for OECD “Towards the Internet of Everything and Everyone” as input into the Digital Economy Outlook, December 2014.

With SCF Associates Ltd, Study for European Commission, Use of commercial mobile networks and equipment for “mission-critical” high-speed broadband communications in specific sectors

With SCF Associates Ltd, Study for JRC/Institute for Prospective Technological Studies on ICT Key Enabling Technologies: Preliminary Study on Potential of EU ICT KETS Research.

Consultant and Editor for the eTransform Africa project – the strategic application of information and communication technologies in Africa, a flagship study for The World Bank Group and the African Development Bank, with the support of the African Union.

With SCF Associates, a study for JRC/Institute for Prospective Technological Studies on Comparing Innovation Performance in the EU and the USA: Lessons from Three ICT Sub-Sectors, focusing particularly on Web applications, display technologies, and robotics.

With DTI, RAND Europe, et al, contribution to a Feasibility Study for a European Cybercrime Centre for DG Information Society & Media.

With SCF Associates, a study for DG Information Society & Media, Perspectives on the value of shared spectrum access, to support the preparation of an impact assessment to accompany the Commission’s Communication on the Collective Use of Spectrum, SMART 2011/0017.

Tenth Anniversary Edition of the Telecommunications Regulation Handbook, edited by Colin Blackman and Lara Srivastava, to be published by infoDev, the World Bank, and ITU in 2011

With Oxford Internet Institute, a major study for DG Information Society & Media, Towards a Future Internet: Interrelation between Technological, Social and Economic Trends

With SCF Associates, a study for JRC/Institute for Prospective Technological Studies and DG Enterprise on Competitiveness in Emerging Robot Technologies (CEROBOT), with a particular focus on robot safety and applications for SMEs. Final report published as A Helping Hand for Europe: the Competitive Outlook for the EU Robotics Industry

A study on options for local loop unbundling for Thailand’s National Telecommunications Commission, carried out by a team of experts led by Chalmers University

With SCF Associates, a study for the Swedish Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications in preparation for Sweden assuming the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on EU policy questions in the ICT area to 2015. The final report, A Green Knowledge Society: An ICT policy agenda to 2015 for Europe’s future knowledge society, formed the basis for discussion at the high level Visby conference in November 2009

With SCF Associates, a study of the impacts of new display technologies (OLEDs and ePaper) on the competitiveness of the European ICT industry, for the JRC/Institute for Prospective Technological Studies and DG Enterprise

With Chalmers University and SCF Associates, a study for Thailand’s National Telecommunications Commission on spectrum valuation for 3G services: application of the 1900 MHz band

With Chalmers University and SCF Associates, a study on economic impact and business model for a newly liberalised telecommunication market: mobile case study – implementation issues and training seminars for Thailand and Lao PDR, for Thailand’s National Telecommunications Commission (NTC)

With SCF Associates and IMIT, Chalmers University, a study for the European Parliament’s ITRE Committee reviewing the Commission’s proposals for spectrum allocation. The study final report, A Common European Spectrum Policy, Barriers and Prospects (FWC-2006-087/Lot 2/C1/SC3, IP/A/ITRE/ST/2007-04; PE 393.521) was published as an EP policy document in February 2008

With SCF Associates, a study for Deutsche Telekom/ T-Mobile on the economic impacts of using the radio spectrum released by the digital dividend, published as The Mobile Provide. A background methodology report is also available.

With SCF Associates, key member of a team for a major study on access to universal service in e-communications: A re-examination of the policy in view of long-term challenges, for the Institute for Prospective Technological Studies/DG InfSo, European Commission. A paper, “The future of universal service in Europe”, summarised the findings of the study and was published in info.

Member of a team coordinated by the Rosselli Foundation for a study for the European Parliament on Technical Issues on Roaming: Transparency, Technical Aspects and Data Overview related to the Proposed Regulation on Roaming

With SCF Associates, a study on Benchmarking Impacts of EU Policy: Options for Economically Efficient Management of Radio Spectrum, for the European Commission’s DG Information Society and Media, Unit C3 – Evaluation and Monitoring Unit

With RAND Europe, a study for Ofcom, DTI and DCMS to assess the indirect impacts of the EC proposals for video regulation. Responsible for a case study of the impact of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive on mobile multimedia content

With SCF Associates, a major study of the barriers to and drivers of commercialisation of Grid technologies assessing impacts of markets, licences such as open source and industry structures, for DG Information Society and Media, European Commission

With SCF Associates,  two reports for the OECD’s International Futures Program (Telecoms Infrastructure to 2030: Assessing the likely impacts of socio-economic, technological, environmental and political change on the long-term future demand for infrastructure in the telecom/broadband sector; and Towards a mobile platform for ICT: a global outlook for the next decade)