James Miller, formerly defense undersecretary for policy, has joined Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory as a senior fellow.
Miller brings to the lab a background in nuclear deterrence, missile defense, space policy and cyber warfare, APL said Friday.
He served as the principal civilian adviser to the defense secretary on strategy, policy and operations and also as deputy in the national security council process for policy development and crisis management.
Miller also led DoD’s reviews on nuclear policy, missile defense, space and cyberspace.
He will join other recently-appointed senior fellows James Gosler and Phil DePoy and the team will work with Christine Fox, APL’s assistant director for policy and analysis.
APL’s Senior Fellows program aims to combine the fields of technology and policy to help address the priorities of U.S. military leaders and senior policy makers.