Hanna Dohmen is a Research Analyst at Georgetown’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET), where she focuses on U.S. national competitiveness in emerging technologies and U.S.-China technology competition. She conducts research on economic statecraft, the semiconductor supply chain, China’s S&T ecosystem, and U.S. innovation policies. Previously, Hanna worked as a consultant advising multinational private sector clients on geopolitical, regulatory, and reputational risks. Hanna holds a BS in Regional and Comparative Studies of Europe and Asia from Georgetown University. Starting in August 2024, Hanna will be pursuing a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.
Comment on Advanced Computing Chips RuleJanuary 2024
On January 17, 2024, CSET Researchers submitted a response to proposed rules from the Bureau of Industry and Security at the U.S. Department of Commerce. In the submission, CSET recommends that Commerce not implement controls… Read More
A Bigger Yard, A Higher Fence: Understanding BIS’s Expanded Controls on Advanced Computing ExportsDecember 2023
On October 17, 2023, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) issued an update to last year’s export controls on advanced computing, supercomputing and semiconductor manufacturing equipment. This blog post provides an overview of the… Read More
In the second of a series of publications, CSET and CNAS outline one avenue the U.S. government could pursue to cut off China’s access to cloud computing services in support of military, security, or intelligence… Read More
Controlling Access to Advanced Compute via the Cloud: Options for U.S. Policymakers, Part IMay 2023
In the first of a series of publications, CSET and CNAS outline one potential avenue for the U.S. government to cut off Chinese access to controlled chips via cloud computing, as well its pros, cons,… Read More