Jan Kallberg, Ph.D.
Emergency Management/Homeland Security
Dean Hall, Room 107d
Dr. Kallberg joined Arkansas Tech University as a tenure track assistant professor in 2012 and teaches courses in the areas of research design, homeland security, intelligence, governmental policy, and contemporary issues in public safety and national security. Dr. Kallberg's research interests are Cyber Operations, Cyber Operations Integration in National Security, Strategic Deterrence, Cyber Warfare, Policy Options in Cyber Operations, and Cyber Strategies.
His dissertation studied the ability to project and anchor governmental legitimacy, authority, knowledge, control, and confidence within the population utilizing Internet as a proxy and interface. The dissertation was titled: "The Internet as a Proxy for Democratic Accountability and Transparency – A Comparative Test of Waldo's Five problem Areas in Five Advanced Democracies". The inquiry to study societal stability using Internet as a delivery platform for human perceptions is essential to understand cyber warfare and utilizing Internet to destabilize foreign states and entities.
Dr. Kallberg maintains scholarly collaboration with The University of Texas at Dallas and UTD's Cyber Security Research and Education Center at Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science where he has been a research scientist.
He has contributed to research funded by U.S. Air Force and been invited to conferences
at Air Force Research Institute, Air University, and U.S. Naval Academy. His last
year's peer-reviewed publication record includes: Strategic Studies Quarterly, IEEE
Security & Privacy, Proceedings of the IEEE Intelligence and Security Informatics
ISI 2012, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism, Submarine Review,
International Journal of Water Resource Development, Sustainability – The Journal
of Record, and
Terrorism and Political Violence.