Philip J. Keller
Philip Keller is completing his PhD in Management Science & Engineering at Stanford. He studies technology policy problems posed by peer military adversaries. These include balancing risk and affordability during technology research and development; timing technology adoption; and understanding adversary responses to new technologies. His research is highly interdisciplinary, drawing on methods from engineering risk and decision analysis, game theory, and operations research.
His professional experience includes conducting studies and analysis for the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security at RAND and the Homeland Security Studies and Analysis Institute. Previous study topics include unmanned aircraft operations; nuclear terrorism; offensive cyber operations; and military force structure. Philip holds a BS in Mathematics and an MS in Defense and Strategic Studies.