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Tobias BURGERS 
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:Netherlands 荷蘭
Tobias BURGERS 
   
   
CCS Grant
2017/~/

Present

Instituion: Otto-Suhr-Institute, Free University, Berlin, Germany
德國柏林自由大學
Topic: Digitally Empowered Youth: How Digital Technology Fuels Political Empowerment and Participation among Youth in Taiwan, and How It Can Serve as a Model for Youth Empowerment in East-Asia


   
Article catalog
  • Robots to the Rescue? How digital and robotic technology could possibly improve human assistance, in Humanitarian Assistance in West Africa and Beyond, Lakitsch, Maximilian, Wolter, Svenja and Pokoo, John (Eds.),Austrian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR), January 2016, Stadtschlaining/Burg, Austria
  • Swarm Defensive Tactics, in Strategic Vision,volume 4, Issue 23, October 2015, ISSN 2227-3646, Taipei, ROC
  • Unmanned vehicles would be ideal for Taiping,in Strategic Vision, Volume 4, Issue 21, June 2015, ISSN 2227-3646, Taipei, ROC
  • An Unmanned South-China-Sea. Understanding the Risks and Implications of the Arrival of the Digital and Robotic in Military Affairs in the South-China-Sea, in Power Politics in Asia's Contested Waters, Fels, Enrico and Vu, Truong-Minh, (Eds.), Springer Verlag, ISBN 978-3-319- 26152-2, May 2016
  • Why Taiwan should seek the deployment of unmanned systems in the South-China-Sea, In Strategic Vision, Volume 4, Issue 20, March 2015, ISSN 2227-3646 Taipei, ROC
  • Unmanned vehicles’ potential for maritime defense, In Strategic Vision, Volume 4, Issue 19, February 2015, ISSN 2227-3646 Taipei, ROC 16. How Taiwan’s hard-defended cyber frontier might foster closer security relations with the EU, Japan, South-Korea and the United States, In Strategic Vision, Volume 3, Issue 16, September/October 2014, ISSN 2227-3646 Taipei, ROC
  • Analyzing a possible digital and robotic arms race between the United States and the PRC in East-Asia. (And the security implications for the Republic of China), in Strategic Vision, Volume 3, Issue 14, ISSN 2227-3646 Taipei, ROC, February 2014
  • Asymmetrical Offensive. Why the ROC should develop offensive cyberwarfare capabilities, In Strategic Vision, Volume 2, Special 2, ISSN 2227-3646 Taipei, ROC, December 2013
  • Alternatieve applicaties voor gerobotiseerde wapensystemen (Alternative applications for robotic and digital weapon systems), in Militaire Spectator September 2013, ISSN 0026-3869, Den Haag, Netherlands
  • Drohnen über dem Pazifik, In ADLAS, Journal for Security Policy, ISSN 1869-1684, August 2013
 
 
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