Vânia Gonçalves

Vânia Gonçalves
Researcher
Vânia Gonçalves graduated in Informatics and Computer Engineering (University of Porto) and holds a master degree in Technology Policy (University of Cambridge).

Vânia worked previously at the European Commission, DG Information Society, in the areas of ITIL, information security policy, internet governance and Critical Information Infrastructure Protection. Before that, she worked in the telecommunications sector as Networking and Security Engineer and as Enterprise Management Consultant at Mainroad Portugal, and held technical responsibilities at the University of Porto. In 2000, she also co-founded Netcode, a firm specialised in web platforms.

Vânia joined SMIT in May 2008 and conducts research on business model analysis and policy issues surrounding media and ICT, with particular focus on mobile communication markets and spectrum management. She has been involved in several national iMinds-projects and european-level FP7 projects related to cognitive radio systems, self-organising networks, wireless sensor networks, cloud computing platforms and mobile operator service platforms.
 


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Organisation Project Publication
Towards Halos Networks ubiquitous networking and computing at the edge (2012)

Towards Halos Networks ubiquitous networking and computing at the edge (2012)

Analysis of future internet business scenarios supported by autonomic management (2012)

Halos Networks: A Competitive Way to Internet of-with Things (2012)

Cognitive radio for medical body area networks using ultra wideband (2012)

Evaluating Impacts of Oversubscription on Future Internet Business Models (2012)

Construction, instantiation and analysis of a business ecosystem for autonomic future networks (2011)

A Survey of the Future Internet Business Ecosystems (2011)

Techno-Economic Evaluation of Cognitive Radio in a Factory Scenario (2011)

Techno-economical Viability of Cognitive Solutions for a Factory Scenario (2011)

Multi-Actor Analysis for Self-Organizing Energy Efficient Business Ecosystems (2011)

Adding value to the network: Mobile operators' experiments with Software-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service models (2011)

The value of sensing for TV White Spaces (2011)

Business Analysis of Self-Organisation in Future Mobile Networks (2010)

Business Scenarios for Machine-to-Machine Mobile Applications (2010)

Accounting Interference: impact of interference on revenue (2010)

Business Impact Assessment of Mobile Self-Organising Networks (2010)

"How about an App Store?": Enablers and Constraints in Platform Strategies for Mobile Network Operators (2010)

Adding value to the network: Mobile operators' experiments with Sofware-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-service models (2010)

WTEPlus Deliverable 4.2: Business Model Design and Challenges (2009)

E3 Deliverable 1.4: Quantitative value proposition for Reconfigurable/Cognitive systems (2009)

Business analysis of Self-x functionalities in wireless networks (2009)

Analysis of potential CPC deployment models (2009)

Value Propositions for Self-x Functionalities in Future Wireless Networks (2009)

Mobile Operators and mobile web applications: the evolution from SaaS to PaaS models. (2009)

An Exploratory Analysis of Software as a Service and Platform as a Service Models for Mobile Operators (2009)

Adding Value to the Network: Exploring the Software as a Service and Platform as a Service Models for Mobile operators (2009)

WTEPlus Deliverable 4.1: Business Model Design and Challenges (2009)

Business Models for Cognitive Radio- The Case of the Cognitive Pilot Channel (2009)

E3 Deliverable 1.1: BSAP Ecosystem Control Points for System Architecture (2008)