Madeleine Nicole Maillette

Junior Affiliate (PhD)

After more than 22 years of experience as a regular Military Officer (Captain) and RCMP retired police Officer; Madeleine Nicole Maillette returned to University in order to complete a PhD (2019) at the International School of Management (ISM) located in Paris, France. Her dissertation is entitled “The Development of a Dynamic Mathematical Model which can be utilized in predicting Canadian areas where a higher probability of developing Violent Islamic Extremist Radicalization exits”. The objective of her thesis is to construct in a Machine Learning Environment, a non bias Artificial Intelligence application which compiles and analyses data using a money laundering model called the Walker Gravity Model. However in her dissertation Nicole renamed this modified Walker Gravity Model; the Canadian Terrorist Gravity Model.
Nicole already graduated from a N.S.C.C electronic engineering diploma in 2007, a double four year major Bachelor of Sciences in both Mathematics and Psychology from Cape Breton University in 2009 and 2010, and a Master of Business Administration in Community Economic Development specializing in a Military option about Peace Building, Reconstruction and Good Governance also from CBU in 2013. Furthermore she has been a yearly participant at the International World Summit on Counter-Terrorism usually held at the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (Herzliya, Israel) since 2012 . She also hold an Executive Certificate in Counter-Terrorism Studies from ICT since 2013.

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