Marco Manuel Marsili Wick

Participation in the NATO STO Symposium on Mitigating and Responding to Cognitive Warfare


The Programme Committee of the NATO Science & Technology Organization HFM-361 Symposium on Mitigating and Responding to Cognitive Warfare, after peer reviews and detailed discussion, has accepted for presentation the paper “Value Differences: A Starting Point for Influence”, authored jointly by Bruce Forrester (Defence Research and Development Canada), Magnus Rosell (Swedish Defence Research Agency – FOI), Valentina Dragos (ONERA – The French Aerospace Lab), and Marco Marsili. The Symposium will be held in Madrid on 13-14 November 2023. The full paper will be published in the Programme.

The NATO Science & Technology Organization (STO) is a NATO subsidiary body to the North Atlantic Council (NAC). The primary mission of NATO S&T is to maintain NATO’s scientific and technological advantage by generating, sharing and utilizing advanced scientific knowledge, technological developments and innovation to support the Alliance’s core tasks.