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Advisory Board Member Emeritus

Dr. Roger Weissinger-Baylon

Dr. Weissinger-Baylon is an expert in international relations, global security, strategic decision-making, and cyber security business areas. At Center for Strategic Design Research, Dr. Weissinger-Baylon is responsible for creating Healthcare and Technology Alliances, including innovative alliances between and among defense companies, cyber security companies, and national governments. Dr. Weissinger-Baylon’s substantive areas of expertise cover a broad spectrum of the needs of businesses and government agencies operating in national and international security and related industries—and beyond.

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Many of the details:

  • Dr. Weissinger-Baylon received his B.Sc from MIT in 1967 and then went to work for IBM as a Systems Analyst before returning to the Sloan School of Management at MIT for his M.Sc..

  • He worked in France as Vice President and Member of the Board of Directors, of FMC’s European subsidiary, Luceat SA. After returning to the US to earn a PhD at Stanford University in 1978, he taught computer information systems at UBC Canada (Assistant Professor), and then at US Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey California (Associate Professor).

  • While at Stanford he published a book with Prof. James G. March entitled Ambiguity & Command which was used by military academies & war colleges for over 20 years.

  • Since 1984, Dr. Weissinger-Baylon has directed the Center for Strategic Decision Research (CSDR), a research center on political and military decision-making, which he co-founded, in Menlo Park, California.

  • He was a Visiting Scholar at both the Hoover Institution and Stanford University’s Department of Political Science.

  • His research was supported by grants from Carnegie-Mellon University, Georgia Tech Research Institute, US Department of Defense, and NATO.


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