Brumley is a PhD candidate at Monash University, Clayton.
Previously he completed a Bachelors degree in Software Engineering
(Hons), also at Monash University.
Brumley has published numerous papers in the fields of Information
Warfare and Artificial Life and his research interests include
Information Warfare, Game Theory, Hypergames, the information
theoretical and cognitive cycle aspects of Misperception, and also,
Artificial Life simulations.
His previous research work has entailed writing software employed to
model and execute lower order hypergames, and research exploring the
effects of misperception and Information Warfare on an entity's
cognitive cycles, and decision-making processes, investigating the
evolutionary benefits of misperception in artificial life simulations
and examining the usage of misperception to counteract noise in the
Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma game.