Plan of study 2022-2023

The programming of the Jean Monnet Chair is shown in the following table. All classes will be held from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Presentation of the course November 2
Subject 1. Telecommunications: the backbone of the European Union November 2
Subject 2. The Historical Dimension of the European Union as it relates to the articulation of telecommunications policy (1957-2020). November 9
Subject 3. The Legal Framework of the European Union and its translation of the trajectory of the Telecommunications Policy. November 16
Subject 4. The institutional framework of the European Union and its representation in e-Community policy. November 23
Subject 5. The financing of the European Union’s Telecommunications Policy. November 30
Subject 6. The origins of telecommunications policy, from the Treaties establishing the European Communities to the Single European Act (1969-1986). December 7
Subject 7. Telecommunications standardization and certification: An overview. December 14
Subject 8. Internet, The origin of the network of networks. The Internet paradigm. January 18
Subject 9. Telecommunications policy from 1999 to 2005: The first review. Standardization in the 2002 package of directives. January 25
Subject 10. The TEN Telecom Program and the co-financing of projects for the implementation of trans-European telecommunications networks. The laying of telecommunication networks. February 1
Subject 11. Broadband policy. The Digital sector, ecosystem. February 8
Subject 12. Telecommunications policy from 2005 to 2010: The second review. Artificial Intelligence; Data Mining. February 15
Subject 13. New aspects of electronic telecommunications policy (2010-2022). Regulation of trust and security in telecommunication networks. Cybersecurity Law. February 22
Subject 14. Telecommunications Policy in the European Digital Agenda. March 1
Subject 15. The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications. (BEREC). Incumbent and new operators. Competition among operators. March 8
Subject 16. Radio spectrum policy. Mobile telephony. Digital Terrestrial Television. Spectrum sharing. March 15
Subject 17. The Evolution of the network of networks. Commercial Internet; mobile and social Internet. March 22
Subject 18. Internet services under platforms. Regulation of platforms in the digital market act (DMA). March 29
Subject 19. Internet governance, Governance of social networks. Digital rights in the digital services act (DSA). April 5
Subject 20. The Regulatory Framework for audiovisual services. The new European regulatory framework for on-demand audiovisual and video-sharing services. April 19
Subject 21. The European Electronic Communications Code. Very high capacity networks. April 26
Subject 22. Telecommunications Reform: 5G networks and the development of the European digital economy. May 3
Subject 23. Next Generation and Telecommunications Policy. May 10
Subject 24. Telecommunications policy and public health: telemedicine. May 17
Subject 25. Telecommunications policy and education: online education. May 24
Subject 26. Telecommunications policy and employment: teleworking. May 31
Subject 27. Telecommunications Policy and Cohesion Policy. The European social welfare model in the face of globalization. June 7
Subject 28. Telecommunications policy and trade policy: e-commerce. June 14
Subject 29. Telecommunications in the Information Society Policy. June 21
Subject 30. The Future of Telecommunications Policy in the European Union: adapting to globalization and the reform of the Treaty on the Functioning in the field of Telecommunications Policy. June 28
Presentation of end-of-course work. June 15 to 30
Course closure. June 30
Gamification. February 20
Design of a mobile application in a simple way. February 27
Sources of specialized information (part I). March 6
Sources of specialized information (part II). March 13
Presentation of mobile applications for gamification. June 5
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