Rewriting $\left[\begin{smallmatrix} I_n\otimes e_1\\ \vdots \\ I_n \otimes e_T \end{smallmatrix}\right]$

Is there a way to rewrite the matrix below using operations like $$vec$$, $$\otimes$$, etc?

$$\left[\begin{array}{c} I_n\otimes e_1\\ \vdots \\ I_n \otimes e_T \end{array}\right]$$

$$e_i$$ is the $$i$$-th column of the matrix $$I_T$$, $$\otimes$$ is the Kronecker product.

I need to rewrite this matrix to make it faster to work with when programming.

Is your goal to compute matrix-vector products involving this matrix? If this is the case, you could restructure the computation as follows. We have $$\begin{bmatrix}I_n \otimes e_1 \newline I_n \otimes e_2 \newline \vdots \newline I_n \otimes e_T\end{bmatrix} x = \begin{bmatrix}(I_n \otimes e_1)x \newline (I_n \otimes e_2)x \newline \vdots \newline (I_n \otimes e_T)x \end{bmatrix}.$$
Using e.g. equation (2) from the Van Loan paper "The ubiquitous Kronecker product" from 2000, we can write $$(I_n \otimes e_i) x = \text{vec}(e_i x^\top)$$ for each $$i$$. We therefore have $$\begin{bmatrix}I_n \otimes e_1 \newline I_n \otimes e_2 \newline \vdots \newline I_n \otimes e_T\end{bmatrix} x = \begin{bmatrix} \text{vec}(e_1 x^\top) \newline \text{vec}(e_2 x^\top) \newline \vdots \newline \text{vec}(e_T x^\top) \end{bmatrix}.$$ This avoids having to form the full Kronecker product.