Vita

Marina Favaro is a Visiting Research Fellow in the research and transfer project Arms Control and Emerging Technologies. From 2020 to 2021, Marina managed the Emerging Technologies research programme at the London think tank BASIC and worked as a researcher at the Centre for Science and Security Studies (CSSS) at King’s College London. Before that, Marina Favaro worked as an Analyst at RAND Europe. She holds a Master’s degree in international relations and politics from the University of Cambridge and a postgraduate certificate in applied data science.

 

 

Research Profile | Current Projects

Marina Favaro’s research exists at the intersection of technology foresighting, international security, and data science. Her research interests include the impact of emerging technologies on arms control, space security, cybersecurity, and the future of warfare. Marina conducts quantitative and qualitative research through a variety of methods, including strategic foresight methods (e.g., horizon scanning, STREAM, Delphi, and scenario development). Marina Favaro is skilled in data analysis tools such as NVivo, Python, and ScMI.

 

 

 

Selected Publications