The Halsey X-Ray project examines (a) how the Navy should be structured to survive an unexpected change in warfare or enduring warfare imbalance and rapidly adapt to defeat the enemy, and (b) how the navy should think about force structure up to fifty years into the future. Project techniques include military operations analysis, war gaming, game theory, simulation, systems thinking, analysis of competing hypotheses, course of action analysis and case studies.
Halsey X-Ray is not currently accepting students directly into the program. However, students in other Advanced Research Projects can, with their Group Director's permission, collaborate with the X-Ray project if their research paper is relevant to X-Ray.
For more information about our research contact:
Professor Stephen Downes-Martin