• Modelling and simulation• Operational analysis• Military operations• Long term defence planning
Alf Christian Hennum has worked at FFI since 2003 as researcher. He has MSc in Theoretical chemistry at the University of Oslo. In his work at FFI, he has worked as an operational analyst, mainly working with long term planning at the strategic level.
He has also studied land warfare, air defence, helicopter operations, long-range precision weapons and personnel analysis at the operational level. During the development of the latest White paper, he coordinated FFI’s support to the Ministry of Defence.
He currently heads the Concept Development and Operations research program, supporting the General Chief of Staff and the Joint Operational Headquarter.
Elin Marthinussen, Bård Eggereide, Frode Rutledal and Alf Christian Hennum (2010). Progress Assessment in a Multinational Operation – a Norwegian Perspective4th IMA Conference on Analysing Conflict Transformation, University of Oxford
Bård Eggereide, Frode Rutledal and Alf Christian Hennum (2010). Lessons Learned in the Norwegian Defence – Who Learns What, and Why?Analytical Support to Defence Transformation (SAS-081)
Contact:Email: Alf-Christian.Hennum@ffi.noTlf: + 47 63 80 77 14