PEGASIS

PEGASIS is the overarching program at Sandia National Laboratories that studies complex, strategic interaction scenarios through analytical and experimental wargaming techniques.

For more information please contact: wg-pegasis-info@sandia.gov

Team

Our team spans Sandia National Laboratories, University of California-Berkeley, and other institutions.

Sandia National Laboratories (lead)

Jason Reinhardt, Ph.D.
Kiran Lakkaraju, Ph.D.
Kiran Lakkaraju, Ph.D.
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Joshua Letchford, Ph.D.
Jonathan Whetzel
Jonathan Whetzel
Ruby E. Booth, Ph.D.
Ruby E. Booth, Ph.D.
Mika Armenta
Mika Armenta
Lourdes Osman
Lourdes Osman
Lynn Yang, Program Management
Lynn Yang
Program Management
Lonnie Carlson, Program Management
Lonnie Carlson, Ph.D.
Program Management

University of California – Berkeley

Bethany Goldblum, Ph.D.
Bethany Goldblum, Ph.D.
Andrew Reddie, Ph.D.

Projects

Tracing House is a Laboratory Funded Research and Development (LDRD) project to study communication, conflict and deterrence in cyberspace. Stay tuned for more information.

GRAND is a NATO-ACT funded effort to develop wargames to help practice consensus building in times of crisis.

Previous Projects

Project on Nuclear Gaming

The Project on Nuclear Gaming (2017-2019) was a Carnegie Corporation of New York funded effort, led by the University of California-Berkeley in collaboration with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories, to study the strategic impact of tailored effect nuclear weapons on conflict escalation. More information on PoNG.

SIGNAL is the first experimental wargame developed by our team and was developed as part of the PoNG project. You can play SIGNAL.

For More Information

Please contact us at wg-pegasis-info@sandia.gov if you have any questions or wish to know more!