Dr. Philip Vos Fellman, a highly educated professional with significant field experience, is a well known international speaker on the subject of terrorism and modeling the behavior of terrorist networks.
Dr. Fellman is also the prime influence and factor in the detailed depth and comprehensive approach of Rose Community Development Corporation’s Indian economic development model. Dr. Fellman is an internationally recognized expert on Japan and the Asian countries, and their successful communitarian based, nation-building, economic development models. For the past twenty years, he has been directly involved with cutting edge study and research in the advanced sciences of the Economics of Increasing Returns, Complexity and Chaos Theory, and Complexity within Cooperation and Agent-based Modeling. This research is especially relevant to the Rose Corporation.
Dr. Fellman is leading the natural transition for Rose Community Development to expand its cutting edge mathematics and complex systems modeling tools to not only target and develop business and job growth, but to also include modeling solutions for federal agencies such as DHS, U.S. Secret Service, DoD and FAA. Dr. Fellman has combined his expertise on intelligence, international affairs and computational modeling and simulation with his background in quantum physics and physical systems to develop new methods for combating terrorist networks.
Dr. Fellman has been invited to address a wide range of audiences on these subjects including the IEEE, the Washington, D.C. chapter of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers, NATO, the North American Association for Computation in the Social and Organizational Sciences and the 2006 and 2007 International Conferences on Complex Systems. Dr. Fellman was also an invited author for the chapter on Modeling Terrorist Networks published in the 2004 special issue of The Intelligencer, the U.S. Journal of Intelligence Studies, entitled “Foundations of Intelligence in the 21st century.”
Dr. Fellman has been a reviewer, editor and advisor on a variety of materials dealing with terrorism ranging from books such as Angelo Codevilla’s highly acclaimed “Informing Statecraft: Intelligence for a New Century”, and has authored various studies for the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) and the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS). Dr. Fellman was a long-time friend and associate of the late William Egan Colby, former Director of Central Intelligence. Dr. Fellman is currently co-editing a volume on modeling terrorism, insurgency and ethnic and regional violence for the New England Complex Systems Institute.