TRANSNET Co-Investigator Dr Lidia Galdino features in the 2021 edition of The Mobile Century: Life and Work in the Digital Era – the flagship publication of the Global Telecom Women’s Network, a not-for-profit worldwide association of senior women in the digital tech and digital media sector.
The aim of the Global Telecom Women’s Network (GTWN) is to provide a forum for executive women active in telecommunications to get together and evolve the global information society in a positive way. The association continuously highlights the work of women in engineering and technology to inspire and mentor the younger generation of women in the industry.
The Mobile Century: Life and Work in the Digital Era is the flagship publication of GTWN. The latest and seventh edition officially launches today, and features TRANSNET Co-I Dr Lidia Galdino as one of its contributors.
The theme of the 2021 edition is ‘The Future Re-imagined’ and provides a view of the future transformed by digital technology, but also reimagined in response to the coronavirus pandemic. It’s also a celebration of the vital contribution that women continue to make to innovation in the digital tech sector.
In her article, Lidia shares her personal journey from a young girl in Brazil to engineering researcher in London, describing a recent achievement in which she led the research, based at UCL, that recorded the world’s fastest data transmission speed and what this means for the future of digital communication systems. Read Lidia's contribution in full by clicking on the link below.
High-speed networks will shape the future of the digital economy by Lidia Galdino
2021 edition of The Mobile Century: Life and Work in the Digital Era (Lidia’s piece begins on page 23)
Past issues of the The Mobile Century