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The first in a series of seminars exploring military innovation in different context and regions with discussants from the wider academic community.
Military innovation involves more than just high-tech advancements. It also encompasses various global factors affecting different regions, including procurement, the industrial landscape, strategic culture, domestic processes and procedures, and even cross-cutting themes such as environment and climate change.
This two-part seminar, intended to be the first of a series, seeks to gather diverse perspectives on how military innovation occurs in different contexts and regions. It aims to shed light on the current challenges and potential lessons that can be learned from views from the North and the South to engage with a broader academic community on this theme by being held in a hybrid format across different institutions.
Our keynote and invited speakers include Dr Caroline Kennedy-Pipe (Loughborough University), Dr Jack McDonald (King’s College), Megghi Pengili (University of Leeds), Linus Terhorst (King’s College London), Lucie Pebay (University of Bath), Raphael Lima (King’s College London), Dr Duncan Depledge and Dr Tamiris Santos (Loughborough University), Dr Augusto Teixeira Jr (UFPB, Brazil / visiting researcher at King’s College London).
Registration is now open! You can register for either in-person or online attendance here. In-person attendance is on a first-come-first-serve basis.