Ukrainian professors trained on the use of game-based methods for countering hybrid threats

Hybrid CoE and the Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) delivered a train-the-trainer course to Ukrainian universities on the use of game-based methods for training and foresight in countering hybrid threats. The course was part of the Erasmus+ project “Academic Response to Hybrid Threats” (WARN), coordinated by the University of Jyväskylä and hosted by ECAM-EPMI (Graduate School of Electrical Engineering) in Cergy, France, from 14 to16 May, 2024.

During the course, 23 professors from Ukrainian universities were trained to design dilemma and matrix games for professional use. These games were applied to complex decision-making scenarios on countering hybrid threats. The course focused on current and future vulnerabilities in Ukrainian society, the ways in which these vulnerabilities could be exploited by Russia, and how to counter such exploitation. Vulnerabilities that could be targeted during Ukraine’s path to EU membership were a central theme during the course.

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