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Tomas Jermalavičius

Head of Studies and Research Fellow, ICDS

Prior to joining the International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS) in the end of 2008, Tomas Jermalavičius worked at the Baltic Defence College, first as Deputy Director of the College’s Institute of Defence Studies in 2001–2004, and later as Dean of the College in 2005–2008. At the ICDS, Jermalavičius deals with various aspects of defence policy and strategy, regional security and defence cooperation in the Baltic area, the impact of emerging disruptive technologies on security and defence, energy security and societal resilience. Articles written or co-authored by him have appeared in Defence Studies, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Lithuanian Annual Strategic Review, Austrian Security Strategic Review, Estonian Foreign Policy Yearbook, RUSI Whitehall Papers and Riga Conference Papers as well as in the publications of John Hopkins University, Joint Special Operations University, American Academy in Berlin, Latvian Institute of International Affairs, ARES-Armament Industry European Research Group and NATO Science and Technology Organisation (STO). Since 2017, he also has been a Visiting Professor at the Natolin Campus of the College of Europe in Warsaw, teaching a course on terrorism and hybrid warfare to post-graduate students.
Updated: May 9, 2022