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Philip Seltsikas

Philip Seltsikas

BSc(Hons); MSc PhD Aston
Associate Professor

Rm 336
H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia

Telephone +61 2 9351 7580
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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.

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Research Grants


New technology and talent acquisition in Australian professional services firms

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.

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As China continues to grow as a global business powerhouse, the importance of international business skills grows with it. The China Placement Program offers students the chance to work for some of our leading international business partners.

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Dr Philip Seltsikas, Chair, Discipline of Business Information Systems investigates the major challenges surrounding how governments manage user identities online.

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