Geoffrey Darnton is Head of knowledge Transfer and a Business Fellow at the Business School of Bournemouth University,
has spent many years in industry in the computer field dealing primarily with information systems, and not just the technology.
has had a stream of research and activity in matters of peace and war for more than 30 years, including dealing with the philosophical problems of defining peace, using econometric techniques to monitor arms agreements, assessing the lawfulness of the possession and use of nuclear weapons, and more recently and exploration of the legal implications of information warfare and applications of content analysis in IW.
has a distinct preference for multi-disciplinary approaches to difficult problems.
interests in information systems and information warfare come together in recent research looking at the roles of religion, ideology, and culture in, and as targets of, information operations
Updated 9 November 2007