Jean-François Geneste professor at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, has a wide spectrum of competence in mathematics, physics and engineering. Formerly, he has been working for 31 years in the European aerospace industry. He is interested, among others, in building physics as a global coherent and consistent science, which is far from being the case today. For this, he is interested in disruptive experiment design before interpretation and laying new foundations, keeping in mind that even if the approach is quite different, the known laws, need to keep being verified. Publications: Physique: De l’Esprit des Lois, Cépaduès 2010 Foundations of Physics: The Universal Universe, Wonderdice 2015 Somewhere between mathematics and physics, Wonderdice, 2019 (upcoming)
Q. Peng is mainly engaged in nuclear astrophysics , particle astrophysics and galactic astronomy research. In the field of nuclear astrophysics, Peng’s researches involve neutron stars (pulsars), the supernova explosion mechanism and the thermonuclear reaction inside the star, the synthesis of heavy elements and interstellar radioactive element such as the origin of celestial 26Al. 225 papers of him have be published。
Debabrata Saha is a research scientist and a teacher who most recently taught as Adjunct Professor in NIT, Karnataka, India. Before this, he taught for twenty-one years as a tenured-member of a faculty, and, thereafter, worked as President of a consulting firm, both in USA. He is a former Chairman of Washington D.C. — Northern Virginia Section of IEEE Information Theory Society, USA.
Prof. Dr. Sami AL-Jaber Department of Physics, An-Najah National University Nablus, Palestine.
Zhen-hua Mei has completed his PhD from Nanjing Technology University, China. He has devoted himself to the study of fundamental physics theory for many years, and published more than 28 papers in several public journals involving fields in thermodynamics, quantum mechanics and recent elementary particle physics and astrophysics.
DO Tan Si has completed his PhD in 1971 and is a Researcher at the Université Libre de Bruxelles and the Universíté de l’Etat à Mons (Belgium); Lecturer at the HoChiMinh-city Natural Sciences University Do Tan Si has completed his Licence en Math in Vietnam (1964), Doctorat en Physique at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (1971), lecturer at the Universíté de l’Etat à Mons (Belgium) and later at the HoChiMinh-city Natural Sciences University (Vietnam) and is now retired. His researches in mathematics concentrate on the differential transforms including almost the Fourier transform; on differential calculus for resolving differential equations, on special functions, on modernization of the Laplace transform and, in physics, is author of the paper “On amplitude of Fraunhofer diffraction of waves by 3D objects” (2016). Recently he published “Fermat’s Last Theorem Proven in One Page”, “The Fourier transform and principles of quantum mechanics”, “The Powers Sums, Bernoulli Numbers, Bernoulli Polynomials rethinked”,”The Fourier Transform relation between Dirac bras and Wave optics” etc...
Since 1986 Full professor of Physics at University of Ljubljana, 1999-2004: Founder and director of Primorska Institute for Natural Sciences and Technology; Lecturing and working on: Quantum Mechanics, Theoretical Physics, Modern Physics and others; Invited speaker on many international conferences; Coorganizer of several internation conferences, since 1998 main organizer of the annual international workshop ''What Comes Beyond the Standard Models'' at Bled. She proposed the Spin-Charge-Family theory, the only theory in the literature, which offers answers to the open questions of the Standard model of the elementary particle and fields, and so far also on many open questions of Cosmology
Tina Matzat is an independent filmmaker and founder of Qbit Films – a production company based in Berlin. While studying information sciences in Potsdam, she was confronted with the limitations of artificial intelligence and the implications of model and system theory – topics that found their way back into her writing while working on the current project '3025' – a metaphysical sci-fi script set in a futuristic world based on the principles of quantum physics and beyond.
Manuel S Morales is an independent researcher in a new field of physics, i.e., origin mechanics. He has a BFA in illustration and AS in photography. His notable career as an artist inadvertently led to conducting a twelve-year experiment at TemptDestiny.com, which revealed that the current methods and theories of science are incomplete. He has applied his findings to particle physics, theoretical physics, experimental physics, condensed matter physics, biology, and in analytics such as key performance indicators. He has served as a referee for a number of physics journals.
Smain FEMMAM is Director of research at the University of Haute-Alsace France and responsible of the Research team on Signals & Safety Systems of Polytechnic Engineers School Sceaux France. He received the MS and Ph.D. degrees in Signal Processing and Computers from Versailles University, France in 1997 and 1999 respectively. Since 2013 he is promoted to a rank of senior director of research (HDR). After that, he joined the CMU Carnegie Mellon University & West Virginia University as Postdoc Fellow and Distinguished Visiting Professor. His main research area is signal processing, safety systems, communication and embedded systems. He has a strong interest in perception and characterization of signals, optimal filtering, spectral analysis, wavelets and perception haptics. Dr. Femmam is a senior member of IEEE, SEE and GDR ISIS. Member of IEEE C.A. committee France section. Board of Director of the Institute for Engineering and Technology Innovations in the World. He has guided numerous thesis projects, including some doctoral theses. He is active reviewer for several scientific academic journals and committee member of international conferences. He is the (Academic, Chief) Editor-in-Chief, Editor, Editorial Board, Guest Editor & Advisory Board members of more than 20 International Journals. He has authored and co-authored more than 90 papers, four Chapters, one edited Book, seven Books published by Wiley & Elsevier.
Dr. Manish Kumar has obtained B.E. (Electrical Engineering) from MNNIT, Allahabad, M. Tech. (Energy Studies) and Ph.D. (Plasma Physics) from IIT Delhi. He has rich experience of more than thirteen years in teaching, research and training. His areas of interest in teaching and research are Hybrid Energy system, Optical fibers, Terahertz Radiation Generation, Photonics, Surface Plasma Waves and Plasma Physics. He has published 9 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial advisory board member of repute. He has travelled widely across the globe (Canada, China and Japan etc.) under various international conferences. He has brought under the F.A.S.T. scheme of MHRD a Center for Energy and Resources Development (CERD) for IIT (BHU)). Presently he is working on the project “1.5 MW Integrated Dairy and Smart Hybrid Energy System”. He is working as an Assistant Professor in Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT (BHU) Varanasi – 221005.
Haiduke Sarafian was educated at Michigan State University, East Lansing Michigan. He received his Ph.D. in Theoretical Nuclear Physics, 1983. His major interest was Pion Absorption in Nuclei. After a short post-doctoral appointment at National Superconducting National Laboratory, he joined the Physics Department of The Pennsylvania State University at York. For years he collaborated with the staff scientists at Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF) at Los Alamos, New Mexico and published papers on Pion Induced Nuclear Reactions. Since the inception of Mathematica in 1985 he developed a keen interest applying the software to teaching and research. To date he has published and presented numerous articles on applications of Mathematicain more than thirty-five international conferences. He has published two books:Mathematica Graphics Examples for Beginners (2015), and Mathematica Graphics Examples, 2nd Edition (2019), both published by Scientific Research Publishing, SCIRP. He organized international special sessions for Mathematica practitioners, the latest was in July 2019 in Montreal, Quebec/Canada. He is the recipient of the first Teaching Award at York, and the Star Award within the University College of The Penn State University. The latter is merited for introducing Mathematica in the classroom. He is a recipient of Wolfram Scholar Visitor’s Award. Currently, he is a professor of theoretical physics at PSU-York and holds the endowed Chair of John T. and Paige S. Smith Professor of Science.
Philip Hoggan was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge in 1978 by entrance exam. After an MA in Natural Sciences there in 1983 and a DPhil in 1987, he obtained a DSc by research in France, in 1991. He worked at the Catalysis laboratory in Caen, France from 1992 to 1998 when he was appointed to the Chair of Theoretical Surface Physics at Clermont in 1998. He edits Advances in Quantum Chem
Sky Darmos is a German-Greek quantum gravity researcher and etymologist. He started developing his own approach to quantum gravity in the summer of 2005. It is called 'Space Particle Dualism Theory' (SPD) and is based on an interpretation of quantum mechanics he came up with in 2003, called 'Similar Worlds Interpretation' (SWI). The connection between the two was discovered in 2006. SPD is the first approach to quantum gravity that works with constituents of space that have a size proportional to the energy of the particle, instead of using the Planck-length as a constant size. SPD has already made innumerable confirmed predictions and is now slowly being recognized by a growing number of fellow researchers.
In [1-3], the author developed a biquaternionic model of the electrogravimagnetic field (EGM-field) and electro-gravimagnetic interactions. Its basis is made up of biquaternion representations of the generalized Maxwell (GM) and Dirac (GD) equations. GM-equation expresses the biquaternion of the mass-charge density and the EGM-current through the bigradient of the EGM-field tension. GD-equation determines the transformation of the density of mass charges and currents under the influence of external EGM-fields. It is a field analogue of the second Newton’s law for material particle. In particular, in the absence of external fields, from GD-equation we get the biwave equation for the free field of mass-charges and currents, which is a field analogue of first Newton’s law (inertia law). Here we construct particular monochromatic solutions of this equation which describe elementary particles as standing EGM-waves. They can be divided into two classes, generated by scalar potentials (pulsars) and vector ones (spinors). Their asymptotic properties are investigated, on the basis of which they are classified into heavy (bosons) and light (leptons) elementary particles. It is shown that bosons are spherical harmonic pulsars whose mass-charge density is determined by their frequency of oscillations. This allows us to build periodic systems of elementary particles based on the classical harmonic musical scale . In particular, a biquaternion representation of the hydrogen atom is given and the periodic system advising it, which is built on the principle of the musical structure of a simple harmonic scale.
Veklenko B. A. Doctor of physical-Mat. Sciences, Professor, Principle ResearcherJoint Institute for High Temperatures RAS.
Mohammad Fassihi is both a Novelist, Physicist and Mathematician. Is the author of the roman “I wish to make you happy” and the book “Confined Quantum Field Theory”. Was born in 1946 in Iran. 1965 Attended Engineering faculty of Tehran’s university. Soon was jailed for six months for a political activity, this together with a turbulent life have had a strong impact on his literature and scientific work. 1971 Moved to Sweden for more adventure and studying physics and mathematics. Activity in elementary particle physics;1981 Joint the elementary particle physics group at Chalmers University of technology and did some work in quantization. Activity in experimental physics; 1985-1994 worked with the surface physics group at the same university. The work was mainly on the kinetics reactions on the Platinum surface. During this time contributed to some publication like ;(A theoretical and experimental study of catalytic ignition in the hydrogen-oxygen reaction on platinum. Hydrogen self-ignition, M. Fassihi and B. Kasemo, Chem. Phys. Lett. ...). He has also publication in Mathematics.
Prof. Ahmed Yousef has completed his PhD in 1999 from Mansoura University and postdoctoral studies from Western Michigan University, USA. He is Ex-Chairman of Studies and Projects Sector at the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture and is now the Professor of Water Resources in DRC, Egypt. He is Editor, Academic Editor and Associate Editor as well as reviwer in Some International Journals. He has gained wide experience for more than 25 years in various management related, water resources policy, hydrology, hydrogeology, sedimentation, environmental planning, ICZM, disaster risk management of climate change, desertification and agriculture plans, transboundary strategic action programmes, economics and social issues, and documents. He has been working as a consultant and team leader for a number of development projects sponsored by the World Bank, WFP, EC, FOA, ADB, Nile Basin Initiative and United Nation related water resources policy, hydrogeology, dams, protected areas, climate change and agriculture plans. He has published more than 60 scientific papers.
MUAHMMAD SAEED, EAST CHINA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, CHINA, MY RESEARCH IS FOCUSED ON COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS (CFD), REACTOR THERMAL HYDRAULICS AND REACTOR SAFETY ANALYSIS 1. Muhammad Saeed, Jiyang Yu, A. A. Abdalla, Bingxu Hou, Ghulam Hussain and Xianping Zhong. “The effect of turbulence modeling on hydrogen jet dispersion inside a compartment space using the HYDRAGON code. Nucl. Sci. technology. 2017, 54(7), 725-732. 2. Muhammad Saeed, Jiyang Yu, Aniseh Ahmad Atef Abdallah, Xianping ZHONG, Mahmood Ahmad Ghazanfar. “An assessment of turbulence models for gas distribution analysis”. Nucl. Sci. tech.2017, 28(10):146. 3. Muhammad Saeed, JiyangYu, Bingxu Hou, A. A. Abdalla, C.H. Zhang. “A Numerical distribution of hydrogen inside a compartment using HYDRAGON code”. Proceedings of the 2016 24th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, ICONE24-60610, June 26-30, 2016, North Carolina, USA. 4. Muhammad Saeed, Jiyang Yu. “Effect of mesh resolution and buoyancy-driven flows on the turbulence models using the HYDRGON code” Proceedings of the 2017 54th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, ICONE25-66268, July 2-7, Shanghai, China
Valentina Markova Kirilova graduated from the Technical University of Sofia in 1981 as a regular training and also from St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, specializing in Mathematics and Informatics as distance learning. She defended her Doctoral Dissertation and received a PhD Degree from the Scientific Institute from the Ministry of Military Defence in 1990. She now works at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics as an expert in algebraic encoding of information.
Itzhak Orion is a senior researcher at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Since October 2012 he is the head of the Department of Nuclear Engineering and recently act as head of the Department of Energy Engineering. He received his B.Sc. (1990) in physics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and M.Sc. (1993) in nuclear physics from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. His Ph.D. study in nuclear engineering was carried out in the field of simulations of radiation release after nuclear reactor accident. Research activities: theoretical radiation physics, simulations and methods for detectors development, radiotherapy methods, low-energy electron transport.
Dr. Gustavo López Velázquez was borned in México City in 1953, and his graduate studies were made in UNAM up to getting his Ph.D. He made a posdoc at Texas Accelerator Center under the direction of Drs Ross Huson P.M. Intyre. He went back to México to help the formation of a physics research center al León, Guanajuato, and went back to USA to join to the SSC group at Dallas, Texas, under the direction of Dr. Rainer Meinky. After the shutting down of the SSC Lab in 1994, Dr. López joined a group of researcher in Physics at the Guadalajara University and has been working there up to date. Main topics of interest: Quantum Computation and Information, Inverse Theorem of the Mechanics, Electromagnetic Radiation Reaction, Dynamical System and Chaos, and Classical Gravitational Waves.
Bhekuzulu Khumalo gave knowledge a unit allowing it to be studied scientifically. He showed long- and short-term behaviour of knowledge, critical points of knowledge, time and knowledge, and basic characteristics of knowledge. These basic characteristics are the same as everything else leading him to concept of Information and quantum mechanics that relies heavily on statistics. In depth Bhekuzulu came up with first law of everything, nothing in existence lies outside it, “every relationship leads to a loss of freedom” Understanding heat is a photon, he understands there is no photo of a Black Hole, but the technology is there.
Dr. Emmanuel IfeanyiUgwu is a lecturer in Ebonyi State University in the Department of Industrial Physics specialized in solid state Physics. My Ph.D was on computational nanoscience and my research interest is in nanoscience which was originated from my M.Sc. work in 1997 which was on thin film growth where I worked on growth and characterization of and thin films. These work eventually ushered me into the world of nanoscience. And since then my passion and research inclination has been on nanoscience using both in the experimental and computational techniques to study thins films.I have supervised students on the area. Interestingly we are using a mathematical model in form of beam propagation method to assess the behaviour of electromagnetic wave propagation through thin film medium with consideration given to influence of dielectric constant to the propagating wave applying Green’s function and Lippmann-Schwinger equations. Now I have also done work on Oxide based thin films such as SO2, Nikel Oxide, Titanium Oxide etc. with a view of ascertaining their potentiality in solar cell and optoelectronic devices to enable us to assess which one has more efficient for commercial application. I have attended and presented some of these works in many conferences.
PHILIPP KORNREICH Professor Emeritus Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
George Yury Matveev graduated from Leningrad State University in 1990 with Diploma in Geophysics. His Diploma Thesis was “String Model and Computer Simulations of Solar Flare”. His first job after graduation was Junior Researcher in Ioffe Physical Technical Institute of Academy of Sciences of USSR, Department of Plasma Physics and Astrophysics. After collapse of USSR Mr. Matveev attempted to continue his education in North America. In 1994 he applied and was accepted to PhD program in Algebraic Number Theory of McGill University in Montreal Canada. McGill University produced all required documents as well PhD student ID card. But Immigration du Quebec clerk turned down application for student visa. Unable to legally continue his education or work Mr. Matveev returned to his native St. Petersburg, Russia and started working as IT consultant. Among his former IT employers are Philip Morris ICS, Motorola, LG Electronics, Ericsson, etc. Mr. Matveev currently works as IT consultant on various projects in Stockholm, Sweden, doing research in Mathematics and Physics in his spare time. Any ideas regarding Research and Employment positions in Science (Pure Mathematics, Theoretical Physics, Mathematical Physics) are very Welcome. In June 2018 George Matveev published book on his own version of String Theory titled “Motley String or What Everything is made of”, which provides formulation of first Realistic Theory of Everything (ToE), effectively unifying ALL knowledge accumulated by Human Kind from Pythagoras to modern Super String Theory and High Energy/Quantum Physics.
Dr. Shalini Menezes specializes in creating device quality semiconductor structures with low cost, scalable atmospheric processes. She founded InterPhases Solar to advance her off-mainstream inventions. Her tenure at ATT Bell Labs, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Rockwell Science Center, InterPhases has led to breakthroughs in semiconductor electrochemistry, thin-film photovoltaics and nanostructured materials. She holds a Ph.D. Physical Chemistry/Solid State Physics, 11 patents, 100+ publications, numerous conference presentations and memberships of MRS, ECS and IEEE.
Dr. Manish Sharma is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at Khalifa University, UAE. His research interests are development of novel radiation detectors and techniques for preventing illicit trafficking of nuclear materials.
Zhao guoqiu, man, Born in 1944，Frontier Science Research Institute in Hubei Innovation Research Association, Huazhong university of science and technology —— WISCO joint laboratory researcher.Engaged in basic quantum mechanics, physics and philosophy research and teaching
Prof.Gh.Saleh is an Independent researcher, responsible and main theoretician of Saleh Research Group. He graduated from Sharif University of Technology. He has more than 20 articles and participated in several conferences in Europe, America and Asia as an honorable speaker, organizing committee member, leadership, etc.