Over the past decade, the Institute has hosted numerous international researchers, professors, and governmental 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. recently 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.
University of San Francisco, Sloan
James Alleman, University of
University of Tsukuba (2004-2005)
London School of Economics,
(2001 - 2003).
Rajni Gupta (2002-2003)
Valerie Feldmann, Free University, Berlin & Ph.D.
Fellow, (2000 - 2001).
Shinji Watanabe, Ministry of Posts and
Telecommunications, (1999 - 2000).
Mikako Kii, Ochanomizu University, (1998- 2000)
Reza Tadayoni, Technical University of Denmark, (1999 - 1999).
Harumasa Sato, Konan University, (1994- 1995, 1998- 1999).
Sachiko Tamura, Kyushu Sangyo University, (1998 - 1999).
Kimihiko Oku, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications,
(1998 - 1999).
Mark Robichaux, The Wall Street Journal, (1998 - 1999).
Dante Mancini, Scuola Superiore G. Reiss Romoli, (1998 - 1999).
Young Chul Kang, DACOM Corporation (1997-
Valentina Grippo, University La Sapienza
Koichiro Hayashi, NTT and Keio University
Etsuko Nakanishi, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, (1996 - 1997).
Valeriu Trutescu-Petrulian, Universite de Paris
Jerome Wagner, L'Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications, (1996 - 1996).
Dagmar Sascheck, University of Cologne, (1996 - 1996).
Francesco De Domenico, Universita Di Roma, (1996 - 1996).
Juro Urayama, Reitaku University, (1996 - 1996).
Chang-Ho Yoon, Korea University.