Mad Scientist

Continue on for the U.S. Army TRADOC Mad Scientist Sci-Fi Stories - Executive Summary and a link to the full document.

Journal Article | July 28, 2017 10:22 AM | Comments(4)

"The Operational Environment and the Changing Character of Future Warfare" - Continue on for the full TRADOC G-2 assessment / estimate.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: The rise of super-intelligent information technologies fueled with robotics, smart munitions, ubiquitous sensing, and extreme networking.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: Exploring the art of the possible in future infantry combat.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: Leveraging robotics and autonomous systems to penetrate high-risk areas and to provide support in contested environments.

Continue on for links to the 25-26 July conference agenda and bios as well as info on the 24-28 July crowd sourcing event.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: The MI battalion of 2025 needs electronic attack, as well as protection, collection, and surveillance aspects of EW.

Continue on for information on the 25-26 July Mad Scientist Conference and on how to watch the live-stream.

Journal Article | July 20, 2017 08:17 AM | Comments(1)

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: Time dominates descriptions of the MDB concept which emphasizes the rapid and transitory nature of opportunities on the future battlefield.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: Multi-Domain Entropy - creating uncertainty within enemy domains in order to disadvantage their ability to win.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: The integration of computational analytic tools is a necessity to visualize and understand complexity.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: Data will be the most coveted weapon and the greatest tool.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: In this world of flux and constant pursuit of competitive advantage, the most disruptive technologies will be tactical level electromagnetic pulse weapons.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: Megacities - or more generally Dense Urban Areas - will emerge at the epicenter of future events necessitating military intervention.

Journal Article | July 13, 2017 07:59 AM | Comments(1)

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: The intent of this paper is to present a sample of emerging human enhancement technologies that may contribute to soldier resilience.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: Besides the physical properties of urban terrain, the density of pervasive, networked sensors creates opportunities and challenges for military operations.

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: The cyberspace domain of the future will most forcefully assert itself in urban areas.

Journal Article | July 6, 2017 05:38 AM | Comments(3)

TRADOC Mad Scientist Project: Urban and global trends present a variety of critical factors contributing to center of gravity analysis and resilience assessments.

Journal Article | June 14, 2017 09:06 AM | Comments(5)

The OEs of today and the future will be marked by instability.  This instability will manifest itself in evolving geopolitics, resurgent nationalism, changing demographics, and unease.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.