Marcelo Milrad

Marcelo Milrad

Department of Computer Science and Media Technology Faculty of Technology
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Marcelo Milrad is a Full Professor in Media Technology at the Department of Computer Science and Media Technology. He has published over 230 articles in international journals, referenced conferences, books and technical reports. Professors Milrad has given lectures and presentation about work and research in more than 45 countries around the world.


  1. Professor Milrad teaches undergraduate courses in Media Technology and Computer Science, with a special focus on XML, web 2.0 and mobile technologies. Currently, he is actively involved in teaching Programming for Digital Humanities and also courses on Programming for Teachers. He also teaches doctoral courses in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning.


Marcelo Milrad's current research interests include the design of learning environments to support learning about complex domains, collaborative discovery learning and the development of mobile and wireless applications to support collaborative learning.


Marcelo Milrad is the director of the Center for Learning and Knowledge Technologies (CeLeKT) research group. Recently, Dr Milrad has been appointed as co-director of the new established Information Institute  at LNU. 

During the last years, Milrad has been serving as a program committee member in a number of international scientific conferences such as CSCL, ICALT, WMTE, IRIS and CELDA. He is also an editorial board member in five scientific journals in the field of Technology Enhanced Learning.

Professor Milrad has acted as an executive member of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Learning Technology (LTTC) and he is one of the initiators of the IEEE International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education (WMTE). During 2007, he was one of the steering committee members of the Mobile Learning SIG, a research activity that was part of the European Network of Excellence on Technology Enhanced Learning Kaleidoscope.


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