Doctor of technical sciences, professor Etkin V.A. (etkin.iri-as) – author of 10 books, as well as the monograph “Thermokinetics” (1999), recommended by the Ministry of Education as a textbook for technical universities of the Russian Federation, Energodynamics (synthesis of the theory of energy transfer and conversion) St. Petersburg; “Science”, 2008.- 409 p. (Etkin V. Energodynamics (Thermodynamic Fundamentals of energetics).- New York, 2011.- 480 p. ), as well as more than 250 scientific articles on topics related to energy.
Doctor of biological sciences, Russian biophysicist, professor at Moscow State University M.V. Lomonosov Voeikov V.L. is the deputy head of the Department of Bioorganic Chemistry at the Faculty of Biology of Moscow State University Lomonosov /1/ and head of the Biophotonics Laboratory at Moscow State University. Vladimir Leonidovich’s main scientific interests are: physico-chemical basis of biological activity, free-radical and fluctuating processes in water and their role in bioenergetics. V.L. Voeikov is an honorary worker in the Higher Education of the Russian Federation, a member of the Scientific Council of the International Institute of Biophysics in Neisse (Germany), a member of SPIE (International Society for Optical Engineering, USA) and the All-Russian Biochemical Society.
Head of the Laboratory of Integrative Biology, Doctor of Biological Sciences R.Sh. Sarkisian. Institute of Physiology NAN RA L.A. Orbeli – city of Yerevan. Research to find alternative methods for assessing the physiological state of the biological system in the year 2000 led to the development of the “Bioscope” apparatus complex, which is capable of reacting non-contact to the approach of biological systems (plants, laboratory animals, people). Experiments related to the influence of stressful effects and a number of pharmacological preparations on animal organisms.
Emeritus Professor of MIFT, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences Eduard Mihailovich Trukhan. Founder of the Faculty of Physico-Chemical Biology. From 1982 to 1997, he was the dean of the FFHB of MIFT. He is currently the head of the Department of Biophysics and Ecology at the Moscow Physico-Technical Institute, the Center for Theoretical Problems in Physico-Chemical Pharmacology RAS, Moscow.
Doctor of Natural Sciences (lat. dr. rer. nat.) Sergey Kernbach – Director of the Research Center for Prospective Robotics and Environmental Problems (Stuttgart, Germany); until 2013 – head of a robotics group at the University of Stuttgart, in the 1990s he worked at the G. Haken Institute for Synergetics; author/compiler of several books and more than 150 scientific publications; laureate of international awards and grants; member of the editorial board of International Journal of Unconventional Science (partner), International Journal on Advances in Intelligent Systems, frontiers in Robotics and AI; member of the organizing committees of numerous conferences in the field of robotics, artificial intelligence, sensors and non-traditional research.
Dr. Kedar Vishwas Ghatnekar, India. Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery, Post Graduate in Panchakarm Practitioner of Pure Ayurvedic Medicine in a family of four generations, Diploma in Yoga, Diploma in Abhyang Mardan. Practicing acupuncture, auriculotherapy and other treatment methods for 9 years, head of medical society, Pune branch in 2012. He has treated more than 10,000 patients using acupuncture and other healing methods. Uses the memory of water on patients using emitting frequencies, medical imprints. It uses PEMF (Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Field) devices that work through an Android mobile application. Uses sound medicine in healing practice. Main specialization – treatment of spine problems and pain management. Digital acupuncture: using digital magnetic and electrical frequencies for each acupuncture point.
Dr. Shigeyuki Nakaminami is with the Japanese Chiropractic Research Association. Graduated from Shiokawa Chiropractic School (1999), graduated from Gansted Faculty. As additional education, he has completed an introduction to chiropractic philosophy at Sherman University, neurology courses at the Japanese Chiropractic Academy, an introductory course at the Japanese Pregnancy Association. Japan Sports Association Certified Sports Leader, Certified Speed Coach. After training, he founded Minami Chiropractic Center in Yurigaok, Nabari City, Mie Prefecture in March 2003. For treatment, he uses the analysis system, in which cell nanoscanning and thermography are used simultaneously. After cellular nanoscanning, he is convinced that the fusion of the analysis system and manual therapy will help increase the resistance and rejuvenation of «people suffering from various hidden diseases». In April 2017, a Center for improving the condition of patients was opened at Minami Chiropractic Center. Enrollments from Osaka, Wakayama, Kyoto and Nagoya are currently increasing.
Gary P. Owen was educated at the University of Wales (1967-1973) and worked for 30 years in government (Home Office and Ministry of Defence) in research and development, international programs and setting new requirements. Since 2003 he has been a consultant to government and industry in the field of defense, safety and future technologies. He has also worked as an advisor and stakeholder in various EU programs (FP7 and H2020).
Alexander Rusanov, director of SARL Tellus (France), Master in the field of industrial information technologies. National Engineering School, Brest, France. He worked in field conditions and led activities in Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Bolivia, USA. Also in earthquake zones in Armenia and Georgia to determine the geological causes of destruction of buildings and facilities. Since 2000, he lives and works in France. He founded the company SARL TELLUS. It deals with issues related to geoecology. It studies the impact of natural and artificial electromagnetic radiation on human and animal health. Development and preparation of corrective devices for protection against the influence of geopathogenic zones, mobile phones, base stations for mobile communication, wind generators, various electronic devices. He participated and spoke at congresses and conferences in France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine. Lectures and seminars in France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Doctor of Biological Sciences Surinov B.P., Institute of Medical Radiology (IMR), Obninsk. From 1985 to now – head of the radiation immunology laboratory of the Medical Research Institute of the USSR Academy of Medical Sciences (МРНЦ РАМН). Worked on the compatibility of the position of professor at the Department of Biology, IATE. Winner of their award. N.V. Temofeev-Resovski (2006). The field of scientific interests was: influence of ionizing radiation on the immune system, means of modification of radiation effects, “witness effect” in a group of animals, role of chemoalarm in the development of post-radiation disorders.
Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor Alexander Ivanovich Konovalov (January 30, 1934, Kazan – May 4, 2021). In 1990, he was elected a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and in 1992, a full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Since 1991, A.I. Konovalov – academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan. A.I. Konovalov is a scientist with a wide profile. His scientific research is in the following scientific directions: physical organic chemistry (reactivity, solvation, acidity of organic compounds), chemistry of elemental organic compounds, chemistry of renewable natural resources, supramolecular chemistry.
Doctor of medical sciences, doctor of the highest category Khachumova K.G. from GBOU VPO RNIMU N.I. Pirogov, department of propaedeutics of internal diseases, Moscow. The main medical specializations were 4 areas: Homeopath, Cardiologist, Rheumatologist, Therapist. Karina Georgievna Khachumoa had a total of 34 years of professional experience behind her.