Specialist in Southeast Asia. (Bilingual - French & English 🇦🇺 🇫🇷)
Government agencies, international organisations (ASEAN, UN) and businesses
A specialist in complex negotiations, information warfare and (counter) terrorism, Dr Bogais contributes to the introduction, testing and evaluation of new methodologies in deconfliction strategies, negotiations and critical assessments. He advises governments, security agencies and international agencies on Information Warfare, also providing expert advice to industry. Over time, he has created methodologies to develop and maintain lines of communication between parties involved in conflict. Complex systems and Dynamic Modelling are the overarching elements connecting all aspects of his work. His experience is going back to his involvement as a psycho-sociologist (special adviser to the UN) during the negotiations of the Paris Peace Agreement to end the conflict in Cambodia (1991). He educates / trains professionals in this area and mentors academics.
- Exploring human behaviour when exposed to new technologies
- Creating critical assessments and providing strategic advice
- Creating experiments to test humanitarian intervention (civil/military)
- Creating Pilot programmes to experiment new systems of thinking
- Supervising deconfliction and negotiation initiatives
A critical look at the future
Member of the Nanotechnology Hub Institute at the University of Sydney. - Risk assessments - Terrorist threat analysis
- Understanding the potential for weaponisation of new technologies
- Thinking Codes of Ethics to address future new technologies
- Thinking Information Warfare through a Psycho-Social lens
Studying human behaviour: Dynamically-modelling complexity in deconfliction and rehabilitation initiatives
A specialist in complex negotiations, Dr Bogais introduces dynamic modelling with real-time information to explore new deconfliction mechanisms. With the technical help of [military] system designers and complexity specialists, he develops programmes to experiment new strategies in zones of violence or to forecast the introduction of violence in spaces of non-violence. He advises governments, security agencies and international agencies.
Merging academic knowledge with practical experience to contribute to the creation of new systems of thinking