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Tom Cellucci

Tom Cellucci has 18 articles published.

Tom Cellucci
Dr. Thomas "Tommy" Cellucci writes about the intersection of emerging technology, commercialization, and implementation to protect the homeland. Dr. Cellucci has been a senior executive in both the private and public sectors for over 39 years. He served as the US Government’s first-ever Chief Commercialization Officer after turning around his fourth high technology firm, working for both President George W. Bush and President Obama. Thomas is a turn-around artist on Wall Street and serves on many global Boards. He also currently assists President Trump’s team when asked. Thomas has authored or co-authored 25 scholarly books and over 231 high-tech business articles. Cellucci earned a PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Pennsylvania (1984), an MBA from Rutgers University (1991) and a BS in Chemistry with Honors from Fordham University (1980). He serves on 23 Boards and is the recipient of many awards. He holds two endowed Chairs at prestigious universities in Kazakhstan, as well as taught at Harvard Business School, Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania. He and his wife Julie spent their free time with their children and grandchildren.

Buyer and User Beware: The UAS You’re Using Could Be Spying on You

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Where UAS are concerned, it’s becoming incredibly important to know where the UAS and its key parts are produced, particularly as it relates to the use of UAS for purposes of espionage and potentially for delivery of a biological or other type of explosive device.

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PERSPECTIVE: 10 Reasons Why New-Generation Mining Capabilities Need to Be Deployed Now

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Because of the unsatisfied needs related to REE and the urgency of these requirements, we believe it’s important to focus on the major reasons why these capabilities need to be explored in short order.

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Environmental Security: A Dirty Little War Being Lost with Conventional Technology

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The germs with which we have had a “relative détente” have been mutating and can now threaten our lives.

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Curbing Environmental Degradation for National Security in Haiti

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It is envisioned that grass-covered slopes will result in stable soils, as well as reduce mudslides during hurricanes and keep soil from clogging infrastructure.

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‘System Target Forecasting’: A New and Practical Method of Mineral Deposit Prospecting

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There are practical frameworks for switching to new forecasting methods by direct measurements of the intensity of a variety of real physical fields.

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The Technical Case for Zero-Residue Technology for Asbestos Waste Processing

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The problem of processing millions of tons of waste, accumulated earlier and still emerging today, has become even more urgent.

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PERSPECTIVE: Creating Global Research Service in Government Would Accelerate Cybersecurity Solutions

The potential for these kinds of activities to pay high returns-on-investment is quite high – based on the well-known lack of analysis of what technologies/solutions/capabilities already exist.

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The Potential Use of Hydrogen Recovery for the Production of Titanium

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According to world mining experts, the main driver of titanium consumption will continue to be, as previously, the global aerospace industry.

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Commercialization of Emerging Technologies: Proven Principles for Success in Private and Public Sectors

Particularly in high-tech start-ups or governmental agencies, it is just as important to decide what not to do as what to do.

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PERSPECTIVE: Effective Cybersecurity with a Light Footprint and Hard-Hitting Results

It is critical to develop a continuous improvement capability to ensure cyber threat defense remains updated.

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PERSPECTIVE: Take a Cue from Kazakhs and Leap Forward in Security-Minded Metals Extraction

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This kind of scenario will require the involvement of coordinated work groups of highly qualified specialists and scientists in all cycles and stages of production.

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What Federal Agencies Can Learn from the International Community About Commercialization of Technology

The U.S. would do well to examine these top global programs to learn how “to do more with less” and embrace the concept of outside monitoring by specialists or experts in various disciplines.

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Get First Responders What They Need with Rapid Commercialization Techniques

The size of the market is attractive enough that many companies would seek to capture just even portions of it.

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How to Move Technology Into DHS Faster

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Our tech foraging specialists needs to be opportunistic and look for novel moments such as dual-use innovations.

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PERSPECTIVE: Realizing a Wall Through Requirements Articulation

At every step of product development, it is critical to understand and meet user needs.

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PERSPECTIVE: Link Public and Private Sectors to Let Water Security Innovation Flow

It’s increasingly important for the public sector to make wise investments as most government agencies lack funds.

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PERSPECTIVE: Innovative Public-Private Partnerships Help Secure Critical Infrastructure

The real challenge for officials is to work as a group to prioritize and articulate unsatisfied needs of their regions.

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