BSc(Hons); MSc PhD Aston
Associate Dean (Graduate Management);
H03 - Institute Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas' research focuses on the application of information and communication technologies in business and government. His current research is in the area of electronic government with a specialisation on digital identity management. He has previously acted as Scientific Director and Coordinator for several European Commission funded research and technological development programmes in high technology areas including Identity Management for Electronic Government, Application Service Provision, Electronic Markets, RFID applications and other UK nationally funded research projects in business technology and e-government related domains.
He has held full time faculty posts at the University of Surrey where he was Senior Lecturer in Business Information Technology and Director of the Information Society Technologies Research Group. He was previously Lecturer in Information Management at Brunel University and prior to that he was lecturer in Business Policy and Strategic Management at the Aston Business School, Aston University, UK.
He holds a BSc (Hons) in Managerial and Administrative studies from Aston University, an MSc through research in Business Management from the Aston Business School and a PhD in Process Management and Information Systems from the same institution.
Sydney Morning Herald
Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas and Max Soyref co-author an opinion piece about claims that Chinese spies have compromised databases of Australian and US businesses.
Sydney Morning Herald IT Pro
Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas and PhD candidate Max Soyref authored an opinion piece about changes to US intelligence gathering practices
The Sydney Morning Herald
Philip Seltsikas and Max Soyref have published an opinion piece with Fairfax Media on the recent Chinese hacking scandal involving the alleged theft of blueprints for Australia's new ASIO building.
The Sydney Morning Herald
Having a cohesive cyber policy and security centre is only a start, argue Philip Seltsikas and Max Soyref. Read more
Sydney Morning Herald
The Australian business community must remain acutely aware of cyber security developments in the US and be prepared to take an active role in any government-led response, write Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas and PhD candidate Max Soyref. Read more
Soyref M and Seltsikas P 2014 'Towards a holistic understanding of security process: formal controls and informal relationships', Proceedings of the 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences HICSS-47 2014, Waikoloa, United States, 9th January 2014
Seltsikas P and Soyref M 2013 'Information security: a stakeholder network perspective', Proceedings of the 24th Australasian Conference on Information Systems ACIS 2013, Melbourne, Australia, 6th December 2013
Bunker D, Ehnis C, Seltsikas P and Levine L 2013 'Crisis Management and Social Media: Assuring Effective Information Governance for Long Term Social Sustainability', Proceedings of the 13th Annual IEEE Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security HST 2013, Boston, United States, 14th November 2013
Qumer Gill A, Bunker D and Seltsikas P 2012 'Evaluating a communication technology assessment tool (CTAT): A case of a cloud based communication tool', Proceedings of the 16th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems PACIS 2012 - "IS Innovation in Pacific Asia", Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam, 15th July 2012
Seltsikas P, Bunker D, Dawson L and Indulska M 2011 'Proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems ACIS 2011 - "Identifying the Information Systems Discipline", Sydney, Australia, 30th November - 2nd December 2011', Association for Information Systems AIS
Qumer Gill A, Bunker D and Seltsikas P 2011 'An Empirical Analysis of Cloud, Mobile, Social and Green Computing: Financial Services IT Strategy and Enterprise Architecture', Proceedings of the IEEE 9th International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing DASC 2011 including the 1st International Conference on Cloud and Green Computing CGC 2011, Sydney, Australia, 14th December 2011
Seltsikas P, Marsh G, Frazier-McElveen M and Smedinghoff TJ 2011 'Secure Government in Cyberspace?', Proceedings of the 12th Annual International Digital Government Research Conference - “Digital Government Innovation in Challenging Times”, College Park, United States, 15th June 2011
Seltsikas P and O'Keefe R 2010 'Expectations and outcomes in electronic identity management: The role of trust and public value', European Journal of Information Systems, vol.19:1, pp. 93-103
Treleaven L, Masters A, Seltsikas P, Oakeshott J, Ormiston J, Smith N and Fletcher S 2010 'Workshop presentation - Educating for sustainability in business: Challenges in designing assessment in work-integrated learning', Australian Technology Network ATN 2010 Conference "Assessment: Sustainability, Diversity and Innovation", University of Technology, Sydney, Australia, 19th November 2010
Riemer K, Richter A and Seltsikas P 2010 'Enterprise Microblogging: Procrastination or productive use?', Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems AMCIS 2010 - "Sustainable IT Collaboration Around the Globe", Lima, Peru, 15th August 2010
Seltsikas P and van der Heijden H 2010 'A taxonomy of government approaches towards online identity management', Proceedings of the 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences HICSS-43 2010, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii, United States, 8th January 2010
Tarr G, Morrison K, Clarkeburn H, Riemer K and Seltsikas P 2010 'Using student demographic data for more effective learning and teaching', "Teaching@Sydney" August 2010 Issue 14, University of Sydney
Seltsikas P 2009 'Managing Identities: from government e-commerce to national security', Proceedings of The 2009 International Conference on e-Learning, e-Business, Enterprise Information Systems, and e-Government EEE'09, Las Vegas, United States, 16th July 2009
Seltsikas P and Papas N 2009 'Developing User Requirements for Trans-national Government Information Systems', Proceedings of the 42nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences - 2009, Waikoloa, Hawaii, United States, 8th January 2009
Seltsikas P, Marsh G, Combs D, Dunlap M and Crossland B 2008 'Digital Government's Critical Enabler: Identity Management?', The Proceedings of the 9th Annual International Digital Government Research Conference - “Partnerships for Public Innovation”, Montreal, Canada, 21st May 2008
Alamillo I and Seltsikas P 2007 'E-Taxation: Legal Aspects and Practical Experiences in Spain' in E-Taxation: State & Perspectives. E-Government in the Field of Taxation: Scientific Basis, Implementation Strategies, Good Practice Examples, ed. J Makolm and G Orthofer, Trauner Druck, Linz, Austria, pp. 298-310
Seltsikas P and Brown LK 2007 'Application Service Provision (ASP) for e-business transformation by SMEs', International Journal of Information Technology and Management
Alamillo I, Martinez D, Seltsikas P and Papas N 2007 'Designing a Modelling Methodology for Legal Workflows', Legal Knowledge and Information Systems - Proceedings of JURIX 2007: the Twentieth Annual Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 15th December 2007
Sedaghat S, Pieprzyk J and Seltsikas P 2007 'The Management of Citizen Identity in Electronic Government', 7th European Conference on e-Government (ECEG 2007), Den Haag, Netherlands, 22nd June 2007
Boyd AM and Seltsikas P 2006 'Assessing User Requirements for New Digital Video Mobile Services – The INCCOM Project', Collaborative Electronic Commerce Technology and Research Conference (CollECTeR), Adelaide, Australia, 9th December 2006
Seltsikas P and et al 2006 'Process Management in e-Government Identity Management: Developing a Methodology', Bled Electronic Commerce Conference: eValues, Bled, Slovenia, 7th June 2006
Seltsikas P and Palkovits S 2006 'Process Modelling Notations for eGovernment: an Assessment of Modelling Notations for Identity Management and GUIDE’s Methodology in Practice', Interoperability of eGovernment Services-eGovInterop’06 Conference, Bordeaux, France, 24th March 2006
Brown LK, Seltsikas P, Villanen J and Modee K 2006 'Defining Best Practice Customer Orientated Business Models within a Cross- Media Environment- The INCCOM Project', Proceedings of the 4th European Interactive TV Conference (EUROITV), Greece, 26th May 2006
Seltsikas P 2005 'Can Europe’s Governments Manage Identity?', BT Technology Journal, vol.23:4, pp. 80-8
Brain D and Seltsikas P 2005 'Establishing Notation Requirements for the Modelling of Identity Management Processes in the Context of eGovernment', 3rd Eastern Europe e-Gov Days, Budapest, Hungary, 18th March 2005
Xu H, Seltsikas P and O'Keefe R 2004 'The Implications of Web Services Innovation for General Adopters: Findings and Recommendations', Journal of Information Systems and e-Business Management. Special Issue on Web Services: A New Computing Paradigm in e-Business
Seltsikas P 2004 'Creating a European Identity Management Architecture: Process Management in eGovernment', eChallenges European conference, Vienna, Austria, 29th October 2004
Borthwick L, Katzy B, Pouloudi A, Seltsikas P, Damaskopoulos P and Gabor A 2004 'GUIDE - Creating A European eGovernment Identity Management Architecture For eGovernment', 17th Bled International Conference on Electronic Commerce, Bled, Slovakia, 23rd June 2004
Seltsikas P, Pouloudi A, Leondaridis L and Borthwick L 2004 'GUIDE: Creating a European Architecture for Identity Management in eGovernment', ETHICOMP, 7th International Conference: Challenges for the Citizen of the Information Society, Syros, Greece, 16th April 2004
Borthwick L, Seltsikas P and Tailor D 2004 'GUIDE - Government User Identity for Europe', EuroIndia Cooperation forum on the Information Society, New Delhi, India, 26th March 2004
Tebboune S and Seltsikas P 2003 'Partnering for Success in Application Service Provision' in Business Strategies for Information Technology Management, ed. K. Kangas, IRM Press, London, United Kingdom, pp. 115-28
Ekanayaka Y, Currie W and Seltsikas P 2003 'Evaluating Application Service Providers', Benchmarking: An International Journal, vol.10:4, pp. 343-54
Tailor D, Brown lK and Seltsikas P 2003 'Modelling SME Business Processes for the Integration of Information Systems across Organisational Boundaries', eChallenges European conference, Bologna, Italy, 24th October 2003
Brown LK, Tailor D and Seltsikas P 2003 'When Internet ‘Connectivity’ does not equal e-business ‘Reactivity’ – the e-Business transition and ASP challenge of the European SME', eChallenges European conference, Bologna, Italy, 24th October 2003
Tailor D, Brown LK and Seltsikas P 2003 'E-Business Integration and Transformation Strategies for SMEs', CollECTeR (Europe) Conference on Electronic Commerce, Galway, Ireland, 24th June 2003
Brown LK, Tailor D and Seltsikas P 2003 'Maintaining a CLASP (Customer Leveraged Application Service Provision) on Application Service Providers: A Lesson from German SMEs to ASPs', 11th European Conference on Information Systems, Naples, Italy, 21st June 2003
Silveira C, Seltsikas P and O'Keefe R 2003 'e-Operational Model: Correlating x-Service Provision to the IT/IS Function for Innovation and Alignment', 13th BLED International Conference on Electronic Commerce, Bled, Slovenia, 11th June 2003
Xu H, Seltsikas P and O'Keefe R 2003 'The Implications of Web Services Innovation for General Adopters: Findings and Recommendations', Proceedings of ICIS 2003 (SIGEBiz Group), Seattle, United States, 1st January 2003-31st December 2003
The project examines the adoption and use of new recruitment related technologies by Australian professional services firms. It will provide insights into how Australian organisations can make more effective use of internet and social media technologies to attract new talent - a critical challenge affecting many Australian businesses.
ARC Discovery Project
Dean of the Business School, Professor Greg Whitwell; Associate Dean (Management Education), Associate Professor Philip Seltsikas; and current Master of Management student, Emma Cowan, talk about the internationally ranked Master of Management program at the Business School...
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