Aaron Frank is a doctoral candidate studying the applications of Agent-Based Modeling to national security analysis and decision-making, military strategy and innovation, and international relations theory. Mr. Frank joined the Krasnow Institute in September as a full-time staff member, where he divides his time between independent research for his dissertation and sponsored projects for the US government. Before joining the university, he worked at the Logistics Management Institute, BAE Systems, and Booz Allen Hamilton. He holds a BA in Political Science from Boston University, an MA in National Security Studies from Georgetown University, and attended the Santa Fe Institute’s Complex Systems Summer School.
Additional information on Mr. Frank’s background and research can be found on his blog www.aaronbfrank.com.