**Name:** Takaaki Musha

**Educational Qualification:** Doctoral degree

**Designation:** Ph.D

**Department:** mechanical engineering

**University:** Shinshu University

**Email:** takaaki.mushya@gmail.com

**Research Interests:** His research interests are very broad including space science, cosmology, quantum physics, biological information processing, digital signal processing for the underwater system, physics of superluminal phenomena, and advanced propulsion systems. Recently he works actively on the research of high performance computing in the brain and its application to the brain-computer interface. Especially he contributes in developing high performance sonar system at the Technical Research & Development Institute of the Ministry of Defense as a research scientist. He was also among a group of specialists at the Advanced Space Propulsion Investigation Committee (ASPIC) that was organized under the auspices of the Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences in 1994. The committee addressed all kinds of non-chemical space propulsion systems such as electric propulsion, laser propulsion, nuclear propulsion and solar sail in order to allow space exploration beyond Solar System and his investigation covers a field propulsion system predicted from the Einstein Theory of Gravity and a zero-point energy in a vacuum, and electro-gravitic effect. His mission at the committee was to make a research on the possibility of electro-gravitics for space propulsion, and he cooperated with the research group of the Honda R&D institute. Now he is also making a cooperation with Prof. Pinheiro of the Institute Suprio Techonico, Lisbon in Portgal for further research on electro-gravitic propulsion system from 2009. He is also a guest research scientist of Foundation of Physics Research Center (FoPRC) in Italy.

**Biography:** His research interests are very broad including biological information processing, digital signal processing for the underwater system, physics of superluminal phenomena, and advanced propulsion systems. Recently he works actively on the research of high performance computing in the brain and its application to the brain-computer interface. Especially he contributes in developing high performance sonar system at the Technical Research & Development Institute of the Ministry of Defense as a research scientist. He was also among a group of specialists at the Advanced Space Propulsion Investigation Committee (ASPIC) that was organized under the auspices of the Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Sciences in 1994. The committee addressed all kinds of non-chemical space propulsion systems such as electric propulsion, laser propulsion, nuclear propulsion and solar sail in order to allow space exploration beyond Solar System and his investigation covers a field propulsion system predicted from the Einstein Theory of Gravity and a zero-point energy in a vacuum, and electro-gravitic effect. His mission at the committee was to make a research on the possibility of electro-gravitics for space propulsion, and he cooperated with the research group of the Honda R&D institute. Now he is also making a cooperation with Prof. Pinheiro of the Institute Suprio Techonico, Lisbon in Portgal for further research on electro-gravitic propulsion system from 2009.

- Superluminal Particles and Hypercomputation (Theory and its Applications to Brain Science & Technology), Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co., Saarbrucken, Germany (2014).
- Gravitoelectromagnetic Theories and Their Applications to Advanced Science and Technology (authored with M.J.Pinheiro and T.Valone), Nova Science Publishers, Inc, Hauppauge NY (2013).
- Photon Generation From The ZPF Field Inside The Collapsing Bubble, Chap.2 in “Development in Photon and Material Research” edited by J.I.Jang, Nova Science Publishers, Inc, Hauppauge NY (2013).
- Physics of the Zero Point Field and its Applications to Advanced Technology, (editor & author) Nova Science Publishers, Inc, Hauppauge NY (2013).
- Theory and Applications of Instantaneous Intensity Analysis; Advanced Analysis Method for Engineering Acoustics , Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co., Saarbrucken, Germany (2012).
- Field Propulsion System for Space Travel (E-Book and Hardcover edition), (editor & author with Y.Minami), Bentham Science Publishers, Oak Park, IL, USA (2011)

?Computer Science Research and Technology, Vol.2 (Chap.4), Nova Science Publishers, Inc, Hauppauge NY (2011)

?Possibility of High Performance Computation in Biological Brains (E-Book edition), Nova Science Publishers, Inc, Hauppauge NY (2011)

- Handbook of Damping Technology (Japanese Edition), Corona Co.Ltd, Tokyo (2008)
- The possibility of superluminal computing for hypercomputation, Chap.2, Horizons in World Physics, Vol..284 ,Nova Science Publishers, Inc, Hauppauge NY (2015).
- L.M.Caligiuri, T.Musha, The Superluminal Universe, Nova Science Publishers, Inc, Hauppauge NY (2016).

T.Musha, M.J.Pinheiro, Physics of Field Propulsion, Lambert Academic Publishing GmbH & Co., Saarbrucken, Germany (2016)

1. T.Musha, Possibility to realize an accelerated Turing machine, Computer Review Journal, Vol.3, (2019), pp.203-217.

2. T.Musha, L.M.Caligiuri, Tachyon field and non-exsistence of dark matter, Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research, 4(1), (2018) pp.11-14.

3. T.Musha, Instability of space-time continuum from the stand point of ZPF field in a vacuum, Asian Journal of Physics and Chemical Science, 5(4), (2018), pp.1-7.

4. T.Musha, M.J.Pinheiro, General relativistic gravity machine using electromagneto-torsion field, International Journal of Sciences, 7(3), (2018), pp.15-23.

5. T.Musha, Cosmological redshift by photon-tachyon interactions, Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research, 3(1), (2017), pp.29-32.

6. T.Musha, The possibility of FTL travel by using the quantum tunneling effect through the light barrier, Journal of Space Exploration, 6(1), (2017), pp.1-9.

7. T.Musha, Corona heating problem from the standpoint of ZPF radiation from vacuum, Russian Journal of Astrophysical Research, Vol.2 (1), 2016, pp.41-46.

8. T.Musha, Primary testing and factorization by using Fourier spectrum of Riemann zeta function, Theory and Applications of Mathematics & Computer Science, 5(2), (2015), pp.213-220.

9. Takaaki Musha, L.M.Caligiuri, Possible existence of superluminal photons inside microtubles and resulting explanation for brain mechanism, American Journal of Oprics and Photonics, 3(5), 2015, pp.54-57.

10. T.Musha, M.J.Pinheiro, General relativistic gravity machine utilizing electromagnetic field, Journal of Space Exploration, 4(1), 2015, pp.49-53.

11. T.Musha, Electrigravitic originated mass of stars and the Electric Sun hypothesis, Journal of Space Exploration, 4(1), 2015, pp.7-10.

12. L.M.Caliguiri, T.Musha, Quantum vacuum dynamics, coherence, superluminal photons and hypercomputation in brain microtubles, Applied Numerical Mathematics and Scientific Computation, 2014, pp.105-115.

13. L.M.Caligiuri, T.Musha, Superradiant coherent photons and hypercomputation in brain microtubles considered as metamaterials, International Journal of Circuits, Systems and Signal Processing, Vol.9, 2015,pp.192-204.

14. L.M.Caligiuri, T.Musha, Quantum vacuum energy, gravity manupulation and the force generated by the interaction between high-potential eelectric fields and zero-point-field, International Journal of Astrophysics and Space Science, 2(1), 2014, pp.1-9.

15.T.Musha, Primarity Testing and Integer Factorization by using Fourier Transform of

a Correlation Function generated from the Riemann Zeta Function, Theory and Applications of Mathematics & Computer Science, 4(2), 2014, pp.1-7.

16. T.Musha, Negation of the Conjecture for Odd Zeta Values, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol.91, No.1, 2014, pp.103-111.

17. T.Musha, Non-Newtonian property of the force generated by the Biefeld-Brown effect, Journal of Space Exploration, Vol.2(3), 2013, pp.225-227.

18 T. Musha, Possibility of Hypercomputation from the Standpoint of Superluminal Particles, Theory and Applications of Mathematics & Computer Science, 3(2), 2013, pp.120-128.

19 T. Musha, On the possibility of ZPF space propulsion system, Journal of Space Exploration, Vol.2(2), 2013, pp.116-120.

20 T. Musha, Strong coupling between electricity and gravitation and its application to human space flight, Journal of Space Exploration, Vol.2(2), 2013, pp.93-97.

21. T. Musha, The Possibility to Construct a Graser-High Gravitational Wave Detector by Using the Electrogravitic Property of Dielectric Materials, .Recent Progress on Space Technology, Vol.3, No.2, 2013, pp.152-157.

22. T.Musha, G.Hayman, Cosmic background radiation due to the Cherenkov radiation from the zero-point field of vacuum, Journal of Space Exploration,Vol.2(1), 2013, pp.73-77.

23. T.Musha, Possibility to construct a gravitational wave detector by utilizing the electrogravitic property of dielectric materials, Journal of Space Exploration, Nol.1, No.1, 2012, pp.57-61.

24 T.Musha; Holographic View of the Brain Memory Based on Evanescent Superluminal Photons, Information, Vol.3, No.3, 2012, pp.344-3502.

25. T.Musha; Possibility of Hypercomputation by using Superluminal Elementary Particles, Advances in Computer Science and Engineering, Vol.8, No.1, 2012, pp.57-67.

26. T.Musha; A Study on the Riemann Hypothesis by The Wigner Distribution Analysis, JP Journal of Algebra, Number Theory and Applications, Vol.24, No.2, 2012, pp.137-147.

27. Y.Minami, T.Musha; Field propulsion systems for space travel, Acta Astronautica, 82 ,2013, pp.215-220.

28. T.Musha, T.Sugiyama; Possibility to Realize the Brain-Computer Interface from the Quantum Brain Model Based on Superluminal Particles, Journal of Quantum Information Science, Vol.1, 2011, pp.111-115.

29. T.Musha; Wigner Distribution Analysis Applied to the Number Theory, Pioneer Journal of Algebra, Number Theory and its Applications, Vol.1, No.1, 2011, pp.23-32.

30. T.Musha; Another possibility of sonoluminescence due to the Cherenkov radiation from the ZPF field in a water, Natural Science, Vol.3, No.3, 2011, pp.249-254.

31. T.Musha; Cantor's Continuum Hypothesis and Non-deterministic property of Quantum Mechanics, Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol.47, No.1, 2010, pp.11-15.

32. T.Musha; On Special Values of the Riemann Zeta Function for Odd Positive Integers, JP Journal of Algebra, Number Theory and Applications, Vol.17, Issue.1, 2010, pp.41-49.

33. T.Musha; Possibility of Sonofusion due to Chrenkov Radiation from the ZPF Field in a Water Bubble, Far East Journal of Mathematical Sciences, Vol.39, No.2, 2010, pp.267-279.

34. T.Musha; Exploring a Possible Result on the Values of the Ramanujan's Tau Function with the Aid of a Modern Mathematical Program, Advances and Application in Mathematical Sciences, Vol.2, Issue.2, 2010, pp.237-247.

35. T.Musha; Thermal Radiation Generated inside the Sun due to the Cherenkov Radiation from the ZPF Field, Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol.37, No.2, 2009, pp.229-235.

36. T.Musha; Possibility of the Space Propulsion System Utilizing the ZPF Field, Space, Propulsion and Energy Sciences International Forum, AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol.1103, 2009, pp.194-201

37. T.Musha; Possibility of high performance quantum computation by superluminal evanescent photons in living systems, BioSystems, Vol.96, No.3, 2009, pp.242-245.

38. T,Musha; Possibility of High Performance Quantum Computation by using Evanescent Photons in Living Systems, OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences, Vol.8, No.1, 2008, pp.10-14.

39. T.Musha; Explanation of Dynamical Biefeld-Brown Effect from the Standpoint of ZPF Field, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol.61, No.9, 2008, pp.379-384.

40. T.Musha, T.Kumazawa; Intensity Analysis by the Wavelet Transform and its Application for the measurement of Transmission of Sound through the Panel, Current Development in Theory and Applications of Wavelets, Vol.2, Issue.1, 2008, pp.1-23.

41. T.Musha, T.Kumazawa; Intensity analysis methods for transient signals, Applied Acoustics, Vol.69, No.1, 2008, pp.60-67.

42. Musha, T.Kumazawa; Instantaneous structural intensity by the harmonic wavelet transform, Journal of Sound and Vibration,Vol.306,Issue1-2, 2007, pp.377-388.

43. T.Musha; Superluminal effect for quantum computation which utilizes tunneling photons, Physics Essays, Vol.18.No.4, 2006, pp.525-529.

44. T.Musha; A Possibility of high performance computation by using quantum tunneling photons, International Journal of Simulation and Process Modeling, Vol.2, Issue1/2, 2006, pp.63-66.

45. T.Musha, T.Kikuchi; Adaptive signal processing for reducing nearby generated flow noise, Applied Acoustics,Vol.66, No.10, 2005, pp.1206-1217.

46. T.Musha, J.Taniguchi; Measurement of sound intensity using a single moving microphone, Applied Acoustics,Vol.66, No.5, 2005, pp.579-589.

47. T.Musha; Calculation of instantaneous radiation characteristics using the wavelet transform, Applied Acoustics,Vol.65, No.7, 2004, pp.705-718.

48. T.Musha, T.Kumazawa; Analysis of Sonar Flow Noise Directivity by the Wavelet Intensity Method, J. Marine Acoust. Soc. Jpn. Vol.31, No.3, 2004, pp.146-153 (Japanese).

49. T.Musha; An alternative explanation of the cosmological redshift by the tachyon plasma field in intergalactic space, Journal of Theoretics, Vol.6, No.1, 2004, pp.1/7-7/7.

50. T.Musha; The possibility of neutrinos detected as tachyons, Journal of Theoretics, Vol.6,No.1, 2004, pp.1/7-7/7.

51. T.Musha, T.Kumazawa; Instantaneous intensity analysis of impulsive sound by the wavelet transform, Applied Acoustics,Vol.65, No.2, 2004, pp.183-194.

52. T.Kumazawa, T.Musha; Wide band processing for the active sonar system by the harmonic wavelet transform, J. Marine Acoust. Soc. Jpn. Vol.30, No.3, 2003, pp.194-200 (Japanese).

53. T.Musha, T.Kumazawa; Measuring method of instantaneous intensity by the harmonic wavelet transform, Acoustical Science & Technology, Vol.24, No.1, 2003, pp.38-41.

54 T.Musha; Negative gravitational force generated by the collapse of the star, Journal of Theoretics, Vol.4,No.1, 2002, pp.1/8-8/8.

55. T.Musha; Method for analyzing the radiated sound from the ship by using the vibro-acoustic reciprocity, J. Marine Acoust. Soc. Jpn. Vol.29, No.1, 2002, pp.31-36 (Japanese).

56. T.Musha, H.Uchida, M.Nagashima; Self-Monitoring Sonar Transducer Array with Internal Accelerometers, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, Vol.27,No.1, 2002, pp.28-34.

57. T.Musha, T.Kumazawa; Study on the Optimal Vibration Damping by using Genetic Algorithm, Transaction of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol.67, No.657,C, 2001, pp.1297-1302 (Japanese).

58. T.Musha; Cherenkov radiation from faster-than-light photons created in a ZPF background, Journal of Theoretics Vol.3,No.3, 2001, pp.1/7-7/7.

59. T.Musha; Evaluation of the acoustic radiation efficiency for ship structure using the reciprocity method, Acoustical Science & Technology,Vol.22,No.1, 2001, pp.41-43.

60 T.Musha; Possible existence of tachyon field cancellation of ZPF induced gravitational field in empty space, Journal of Theoretics, Vol2,No.4, 2000, pp.1/9-9/9.

61. T.Musha, T.Kikuchi; Numerical calculation for determining sonar self noise sources due to structural vibration, Applied Acoustics, Vol.58, No.1, 1999, pp.19-32.

62. S.Kaneda, T.Musha; Calculation of Reflection-Response for Transient Signals by Boundary Element Method, J. Marine Acoust. Soc. Jpn. Vol.26, No.2, 1999, pp.89-96 (Japanese).

63. T.Musha, T.Kikuchi; Validity of the vibro-acoustic reciprocity method for the measurement of the mechano-acoustical transfer function, Journal of Acoustical Society of Japan (E), Vol.19,No.2, 1998, pp.151-153.

64. T.Musha; Possible existence of faster-than-light phenomena for highly accelerated elementary particles, Speculations in Science and Technology, No.21, 1998, pp.29-36.

65. T.Musha, K.Sawatari; Far-field radiated noise prediction using the cross-spectrum of surface vibration velocity, Journal of the Acoustical Society of Japan(E), Vol.16, No.6, 1995, pp.381-383.

66. T.Musha, I.Abe, A.Shinohara, M.Takashima; Evaluation of Acoustic Radiation Efficiency for Hull Plate using the Reciprocity Method, JSME International Journal, Series C, Vol.37,No.3, 1994, pp.612-615

67. T.Musha; Another Formula for Electromagnetic Energy Flow in Static Fields Physics Essays, Vol.7, No.3, 1994, pp.275-280.

68. T.Musha, K.Sawatari and K.Toda; A torque sensor using a surface acoustic wave delay line oscillator, Science of Machine, Vol.46, No.11, 1994, pp.1149-1154 (Japanese).

69. T.Musha, A.Shinohara; Evaluation of Ship Radiated Noise Level from Near-Field Measurement, Applied Acoustics,Vol.40, No.1, 1993, pp.69-78.

70 T.Musha, K.Sawatari, I.Abe and A.Shinohara; Sound Radiation from Rectangular Plates with Damping Characteristics, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol.59, No.566, C, 1993, pp.2926-2931 (Japanese).

71. T.Musha, J.Kawaura, M.Kitahara; Wigner distribution function and its application to ultrasonic non-destructive evaluation, Transactions of the JSNDI,Vol.4, 1991, pp.23-32.

72. A.Shinohara, T.Musha; Principles of Measuring Fabric Stiffness by Clark Method, Journal of the Textile Machinery Society of Japan,Vol.31, No.11,1980, pp.51-54.

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