This report analyzes uses of technology by displaced people and the organizations seeking to support them. It offers recommendations for more strategically using and developing technology in humanitarian settings.
Dec 17, 2019
Jim Dimarogonas is a senior researcher at the RAND Corporation and professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School. He currently conducts research in the areas of next-generation information technologies; sustainable development; refugees and forced migration; military space; multi-domain command and control; cyber and electronic warfare; tactical and strategic communications and networks; nuclear command and control.
Prior to RAND he spent 18 years at MITRE, serving in various leadership roles such as portfolio manager for strategic and resilient communications and networks in support of the Air Force Space and Missile Center (SMC); associate department head for the satellite communications department; project director for the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) program; chief engineer for the deputy assistant secretary of defense for command, control, communications space and cyber.
Dimarogonas received his Ph.D. in Systems Science and Applied Mathematics from Washington University in St Louis with concentration on control theory, signal processing, and neuroscience.