Christopher Eusebi is an adjunct senior researcher at the RAND Corporation and a principal and practicing patent attorney with LK GLobal PLC. Eusebi's research applies to the international legal system as it relates to intellectual property, forecasting the evolution of science and technology, and recently developed techniques related to the detection of disruptive technologies. He has led several projects developing broad-based qualitative measurement tools for the Department of Defense related to industrial base strength and overseas TRL and MRL capabilities.
Edward Parker, Daniel Gonzales, Ajay K. Kochhar, Sydney Litterer, Kathryn O'Connor, Jon Schmid, Keller Scholl, Richard Silberglitt, Joan Chang, Christopher A. Eusebi, Scott W. Harold, An Assessment of the U.S. and Chinese Industrial Bases in Quantum Technology, , 2022
Steven W. Popper, Marjory S. Blumenthal, Eugeniu Han, Sale Lilly, Lyle J. Morris, Caroline S. Wagner, Christopher A. Eusebi, Brian G. Carlson, Alice Shih, China's Propensity for Innovation in the 21st Century Identifying Indicators of Future Outcomes