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CFP: International Conference on Exercises, Gaming, and Simulations for Intelligence and National Security


A call for papers has been issued for an international conference on “exercises, gaming, and simulations for intelligence and national security,” to be held at Georgetown University (Washington DC) on 24-25 March 2015:

International Conference on Exercises, Gaming, and Simulations for Intelligence and National Security

Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

March 24-25, 2015

Scholars, industry experts, intelligence and national security practitioners are invited to submit papers or proposals for demonstrations for the International Conference on Exercises, Gaming, and Simulations for Intelligence and National Security. The goal of the conference is to enhance the role of experiential learning methodologies at all levels of intelligence education by showcasing original simulations, exercises, and games applied to national intelligence, competitive intelligence, national security, and foreign affairs. The conference is to bring together ideas, concepts and demonstrations that can further training and education for military, law enforcement and national security professionals.

Proposed Conference topics include:

  • Role-playing simulations to enhance intelligence analysis and production
  • Simulations dealing with intelligence professionalization
  • Experiential learning methodologies in intelligence analysis
  • Intelligence tradecraft gamification
  • Storytelling techniques for developing intelligence scenarios
  • Interactive education and training for addressing national security threats
  • Experiential Learning for Business/Competitive Intelligence
  • Educating intelligence clients and consumers
  • Role-playing for effective debriefing
  • Immersive learning and multimedia communications
  • Effective combinations of case studies, simulation & gaming in intelligence and national security curricula
  • Virtual simulations

51hT0+MXdXL._SL500_AA300_The conference is a follow-on event to the recent released, The Art of Intelligence: Simulations, Exercises, and Games (Roman and Littlefield, 2014).

Proposals or abstracts are to be submitted no later than September 1, 2014 

OR  for further information, contact any of the following:

  • Dr. William Lahneman,  Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (
  • Dr. Jan Goldman, Georgetown University (
  • Dr. Rubén Arcos, Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain (

The Art of Intelligence has been previously reviewed on PAXsims.

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