The Institute has hosted international researchers, professors, and government officials who come to CITI for a period of study and research. Generally, Visiting Scholars pursue their own research, writing, and thinking. An example is C.K. Kim, Ministry of Telecommunications, Republic of Korea (1994-1995). C.K. became the Vice Minister of Communications for South Korea, the senior civil service position in a country that has become a world leader in broadband internet.

Apply for CITI Visiting Scholar Program

Scholars and other researchers who are interested in participating as a visiting scholar at CITI should begin the process by sending a letter to Eli Noam with a short description of the research they are purposing to do, the time frame of when the research will take place, and other information about the candidate.

Past Visiting Scholars

Len Waverman, Dean of DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University, Canada

Simon Müller, Technical University of Munich

Ana Bizberge, Universidad de Buenos Aires

W. Russell Neuman, Professor University of Michigan Visiting Scholar

Sophie Ahrens, PhD Candidate, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany Visiting Researcher

Tomohiko Sugiura, Dentsu, Inc., Japan Visiting Scholar

Andres Hervas-Drane, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain Post-Doctoral Fellow

Florian Mann, Ph.D Candidate, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany Visiting Researcher

Toshiya Jitsuzumi, Associate Professor, Economics - Kyushu University, Japan Visiting Scholar

Satoshi "Phil" Kono, Dentsu, Japan Visiting Scholar

Josep Maria Castellano, Ph.D. Candidate, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain Research Scholar

Antonin Arlandis, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Montpellier, France Research Scholar

Kazuya Yamaguchi, Mainichi, Japan Visiting Scholar

Daeho Kim, Professor, Inha University, South Korea Visiting Scholar

YongKil Cho, Associate Professor of Policy Studies, Sakushin Gakuin University, Japan Visiting Scholar

Kiyoshi Nakamura, Professor of Media Economics, School of International Liberal Studies Waseda University, Tokyo Japan Adjunct Senior Research Scholar

Gary Madden, Professor of Economics, Director of the Communication Economics and Electronic Markets Research Centre Visting Scholar

Christiaan Hogendorn, Prof. of Economics, Wesleyan University Sloan Foundation Fellow

Heather Hudson, University of San Francisco, Sloan Fellow

James Alleman, University of Colorado

Muneo Kaigo, University of Tsukuba

Jonathan Liebenau, London School of Economics

Rajni Gupta, University of Toronto

Valerie Feldmann, Free University, Berlin & Ph.D. Fellow

Naoto Yokota, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications

Shinji Watanabe, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications

Tracy Cohen, University of the Witwatersrand & Ph.D. Fellow

Mikako Kii, Ochanomizu University

Reza Tadayoni, Technical University of Denmark

Harumasa Sato, Konan University

Sachiko Tamura, Kyushu Sangyo University

Kimihiko Oku, vMinistry of Posts and Telecommunications

Mark Robichaux, The Wall Street Journal

Dante Mancini, Scuola Superiore G. Reiss Romoli

Young Chul Kang, DACOM Corporation

Valentina Grippo, University La Sapienza

Koichiro Hayashi, NTT and Keio University

Choon Shik Kim, Korea Telecom

Hitoshi Sakurai, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications

Etsuko Nakanishi, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications

Valeriu Trutescu-Petrulian, Universite de Paris Dauphine

Jerome Wagner, L'Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications

Dagmar Sascheck, University of Cologne

Francesco De Domenico, Universita Di Roma

Juro Urayama, Reitaku University

Elmar Wach, Technical University of Munich

C.K. Kim, Ministry of Telecommunications, Republic of Korea

Chang-Ho Yoon, Korea University