I am an Assistant Professor of Digital Media and Global Affairs at the University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs. I am currently on sabbatical through the end of the year at UC San Diego completing a book about information technology and military power, working title Control Systems: Information Technology and Military Power. I will be teaching courses in the Munk School Masters of Global Affairs curriculum starting Spring 2016.
My research examines the impact of technology on global security, with a focus on cybersecurity, military innovation, and grand strategy. My publications have appeared in journals such as International Security, Security Studies, Journal of Strategic Studies, Technology and Culture, and Journal of Cybersecurity. I am the editor, with Tai Ming Cheung and Derek Reveron, of China and Cybersecurity: Espionage, Strategy, and Politics in the Digital Domain (Oxford University Press, 2015). I also lead a Minerva Initiative project, with Erik Gartzke at UC San Diego and Michael Nacht at Berkeley, on the implications of technological and political complexity for the theory and practice of deterrence.
(Academic research is something like what this black bear in Sequoia National Park is up to.)