Felipe Fulcher Cruvinel

Felipe Fulcher Cruvinel

Currently working on a research project on Data Analytics in Counterinsurgency as part of a PhD in International Relations at the University of Saint Andrews. I have a Master’s Degree in International Security from Saint Andrews, obtained after getting a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations at the Queen Mary University of London.

Academic Interests: My research interests include security and foreign policy matters at the global level and applied data analytics in conflict analysis. This has been reinforced by a life-long interest in History and constant desire to learn more about the long-term cycles and trends of political systems.

Thesis Title: “Determining Which Factors Influence Levels of Violence in an Insurgency: The Case of Afghanistan from 2008 to 2014″

Supervisor: Dr Javier Argomaniz & Dr Peter Lehr

 

E: ffc@st-andrews.ac.uk

 

International Relations Staff and PhD research workshops, 2017-2019 Academic Years, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

‘Crisis Simulation on Pakistan’, Design and Production Team, Spring and Fall Semesters of 2018, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

‘Changing Character of War’, Presenter, September 2018 Conference, Nuffield College, Oxford University, United Kingdom.

‘Lessons Learned from Afghanistan’, February 2019 Conference, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

‘Roundtable: The Value of Simulations and Wargaming to Defence Policy and Planning’, April 2019 Workshop, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

‘Crisis Simulation on Syria’, Design and Production Team, Spring 2019 Semester, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

‘Designing a Wargame Map’, Author, Fall 2019 Semester, Centre for Security Studies, Georgetown University, United States.

IR1005 Fall Semester, Academic Tutor