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Rich Weyand

Rich Weyand


Rich Weyand is a computer consultant and digital forensic analyst. He was born in Illinois and lived there almost 60 years before he and his wife engineered an escape to the hills of southern Indiana in 2011. His undergraduate and graduate education is in Physics, and he's never really recovered. He has co-authored several legal books and articles on automated trade secret asset management, and is currently heading up the launch of a computer software start-up. The June 2016 publication of his anthology of Hard-SF and Fantasy shorts, Adamant and other stories, is his first published fiction.

Scheduled Programming Events Featuring Rich Weyand

Day Time Name of Event
Fri 01:00PM Stealth in Space
Jim Beall moderates this panel on stealth. In space we have a problem Anything in space generates heat if it has the power to move or survive. Heat is very detectable against the backdrop of very cold space. How is this overcome?
Fri 02:00PM The Future of Cybersecurity and CyberWarfare
Mark Paulk moderates this panel on the realities and dangers looming on the horizon with respect to cybersecurity and the potentials of cyberwarfare. Here is a link to panel references: http://vocshop.com/rick/libertycon/cyberwar.html
Fri 05:00PM Opening Ceremonies
Opportunity to meet the LibertyCon Guests and Staff
Centennial Theater
(60 min)
Sat 11:00AM Reading: Rich Weyand & Paul Cagle
Come out and have a seat as our author guests do a reading from their works.
American Train Car
(60 min)
Sat 12:00PM Urban Fantasy: Druids in the 'Hood Luncheon Banquet and Guest of Honor Speeches
Urban Fantasy themed Luncheon Banquet. Come hear the Guests of Honor speak!
Sat 11:00PM Mad Scientist Roundtable
Roundtable discussion of various and timely science topics moderated by Dr. Robert Hampson. This is a remarkable panel dating back to the earliest LibertyCons. Everyone gets a say but no one gets to say too much.
Sun 10:00AM Kaffeeklatsch
Have coffee / continental breakfast and chat with the pros
Sun 12:00PM The Robot Economy Where no Human Has to Work - How might that Turnout?
Bill Thomasson moderates this panel on the perils and possibilities of robot based economies.
Sun 01:00PM Science Research for Writers
Robert Hampson moderates this panel discussion on how writers can research technical/science questions.