Innovating the Profession of Arms: Education for Defense Innovation
The Department of Defense needs an innovation education overhaul. The Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report from the Defense Innovation Unit notes: “[w]e live in an era in which technology competition is the new global battleground. Our adversaries are investing heavily, acting nimbly, and building strategically….
Measuring Cyber Risk
Given the media attention to recent attacks, the growing role of nation states, and the vulnerabilities of our nation’s critical infrastructure, cybersecurity is moving from a sometimes-overlooked subsector of technology to a critical business function. Organizations not only need to take cybersecurity seriously, its effectiveness…
Transforming Insight: Corporate Near Death Experiences
Advanced modeling and simulation creates new insights into the way the world works and fundamentally changes the ways businesses think of their products.
Advanced Modeling and Simulation: Transforming the Ways We Understand How the World Works
Advanced modeling and simulation, enabled by high performance computing, is revealing previously unknowable physical behaviors and is changing the ways we think about the cars, airplanes, pharmaceuticals, energy and other things that are part of our everyday life.
National Labs and the Engine of American Innovation
National Laboratories are little-known jewels that have powered American innovation since the early 20th century, providing lessons and best practices in research and technology investment that are applicable to both the public and private sector.
National Strategy for Energy Security: The Innovation Revolution
National Strategy for Energy Security: The Innovation Revolution. Presented by Joseph Kopser in conjunction with Securing America’s Future Energy.
Developing Economies: Winners, Losers, and Those Left Behind
This is an important time for developing economies, as the world continues to bifurcate between haves and have-nots. Some countries will seize upon new opportunities, while others could be utterly left behind.