Eila is a Senior lecturer at the School of Information Systems and Technology Management (SISTM) of UNSW Business School. She graduated with a PhD in Information Systems from Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
Eila pursues research and teaching on digital transformation, data and business analytics, and digital ethics. She is fascinated by the socio-technical impacts of digital technologies and data-based services on individuals, society and the environment.
She has diverse experience in academic leadership and education, most recently as Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of School (Teaching and Learning) at the School of Information Systems and Modelling, University of Technology Sydney (UTS). She contributed to the design and delivery of undergraduate, and postgraduate programs online short courses, micro-credentials, and Graduate Certificates. She is the winner of the teaching excellence award. She was a senior manager with national and international organizations, including as an ICT Project Manager with the Iranian Ministry of Water and Electricity and Associate CEO of Women in Engineering.
Eila has considerable expertise in qualitative and quantitative research methods. She has acted as an investigator in research grants, author of peer-reviewed journal articles and supervisor of HDR students. Her research has been published in high-quality journals such as the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology and has been communicated in the leading international conferences in Information Systems (including ECIS) media (e.g., 2SER Radio) and via participation in a podcast as an IS expert (Today’s technology is transforming tomorrow – Think: Digital Futures).
Investigator in Funded Research
Teaching and Learning- 2016
My Research Supervision