Iandoli is Associate Dean for Global and Online Programs at St. John’s
University, College of Professional Studies, where he has also an
associate professor appointment in the division of Computer Science,
Mathematics and Science. Before moving to St Johns’ Dr. Iandoli has
served as an Associate Professor at the Department of Industrial
Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, and as Visiting Research
Professor at the School of Systems and Enterprises, Stevens Institute of
Luca Iandoli was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar
at the Center for Collective Intelligence of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology. He has published over one hundred papers on the analysis
of collaborative dynamics in firms, online and offline networks and
industrial districts through the use of computational methodologies,
serving as a member of the editorial board of several academic journals.
Iandoli’s current research focus is on how online interaction and
collaboration might be leveraged to help groups, organizations,
communities, and companies to aggregate and store dispersed knowledge,
to increase creativity, innovation and problem solving, and to support
large-scale, collective intelligence.
Dr. Iandoli has served as
President of the European Council for Small Business and
entrepreneurship (ECSB) from 2011 to 2013 and as President of the
International Council for Small Business (ICSB) for the 2016-17 term.