Recent And Upcoming Events


February 21-23 US Naval Institute and AFCEA International annual WEST conference: Panel with senior DoD and industry officials on “Hyperwar.” San Diego.


November 8: AI on stage immersive theater and technology policy event with the Atlantic Council, Royal United Services Institute and Central St. Martins. London.

June 21-22: Presenting lectures on the future of great power conflict, military technology, and propaganda and art in future conflict at Norwich University on Ghost Fleet and future conflict. Northfield, VT.

March 7-8: Presenting to the US Army Mad Scientist conference at Georgia Tech. Atlanta, GA.

February 13: Joining military writing panel discussion with writers Phil Klay, Matt Gallagher, Nathan Finney at West Point’s Modern War Institute. West Point, NY.

February 9: Speaking to Naval War College Stockdale Course on the future of warfare. Newport, RI.

January 11: Moderating Atlantic Council panel, “Science Fiction, Marines and the Future of Conflict,” featuring the Art of the Future Project’s work with the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, at the Atlantic Council. Washington, DC.


December 8: Discussing how art and artists can inform strategic thinking and international security insights. “Death of the White Paper” talk at Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs. London, England.

December 8: Speaking to the Defense Entrepreneurs Forum, Australian Defence College (VTC presentation). Canberra, Australia.

December 7: Presenting on the future of conflict in Europe at the NATO Allied Rapid Reaction Corps. Imjin Barracks, England.

October 12, 2016. St. Botolph Club. Boston, MA.

September 7, 2016: Moderating a panel “Breakthrough Technologies: Changing the Art of the Possible” at the AFCEA Intelligence & National Security Summit. Featuring Nate Fick/CEO of Endgame, Will Roper/Director of DOD’s Strategic Capabilities Office, Steven Walker/Deputy Director of Darpa and Jason Matheny/Director of IARPA. Washington, DC.

June 15, 2016: Discussing “Ghost Fleet and the Challenges of Future Warfare” on a panel with writer Larry Bond at the inaugural Naval Strategists Symposium. Naval War College. Newport, RI.

June 7, 2016: Presenting cyber and space lessons-learned from Ghost Fleet at the High Technology Crime Investigation Association. Carbon Black, Waltham, MA.

May 18, 2016: Attending workshop with the Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group, Naval War College. Newport, RI.

May 2, 2016: Moderating a keynote conversation with Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work on the “Third Offset” strategy at the Atlantic Council Global Strategy Forum. Washington, DC.

April 16, 2016: Participating on a panel at the Annapolis Book Festival. Annapolis, MD.

March 29, 2016: Briefing Ghost Fleet to the U.S. Naval War College’s Gravely Naval Warfare Research Group workshop on future surface combatants. Newport, RI.

March 16, 2016: Presenting Ghost Fleet and lessons from the next world war at the Royal Australian Air Force’s 2016 RAAF Air Power Conference. Canberra, Australia.

March 5, 2016: Hosting a workshop at the Tufts University Fletcher School Conference on Managing Political Risk. Medford, MA.

February 15-17, 2016: Giving talks and participating in events at the Army Maneuver Center of Excellence. Fort Benning, Ga.

February 3, 2016: Leading a Science Fiction Futures Workshop. Marine Corps Warfighting Lab. Quantico, Va.

Nov. 18, 2015: Presenting at Surface Navy Association luncheon, Navy cyber defense command speech and Old Dominion University roundtable. Norfolk, VA.

Nov. 12, 2015: Moderating Atlantic Council “After the War” panel with Elliot Ackerman, Gayle Tzemach-Lemmon, Maxwell Neely-Cohen and VA Assistant Secretary Linda Schwartz. Washington.

Nov. 7, 2015: Presenting Defense Entrepreneurs Forum annual conference DEF Talk “Art of Future Warfare.” Chicago.

Oct. 1, 2015: Giving Tufts University Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Ghost Fleet talk with P.W. Singer. Medford, MA.

Sept. 15, 2015: Presenting WorldBoston / Harvard Club “Chat and Chowda” Ghost Fleet talk. Boston.