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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM of Memorial Conference TESLA PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE 2018

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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM of Memorial Conference TESLA PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE 2018

Preliminary program of The Tesla Science Foundation Memorial
Conference: Tesla Past, Present and Future 2018

January 13th 2018  10am-6pm
Crystal room, Wyndham New Yorker Hotel
481 8th Ave, New York, NY 10001

Tesla Talk TV , The Tesla Science Foundation’s movies on activities 2017 out of USA” http://teslasciencefoundation.org/tesla-talktv/
Documentary of Art Institute Philadelphia; filming continues at this event.

Live streaming: Kevin Wood www.kevinwood.com/
09:00am: Registration
09:05am: Coffee time

10:00am: Opening statements:

  1. Mrs. Mirjana Zivkovic, Consul General, Republic of Serbia
  2. Mr. Nikola Lonchar, President, The Tesla Science Foundation

10:15am: Begining of program

TESLA AND EDUCATION:

Host of the Program for Education:
Speaker: Mrs. Ashley Redfearn
CEO of Tacony Academy Charter School
Director of Education at Tesla Science Foundation

Conference Subject: Motivating Change through the Legacy of Nikola Tesla:  Starting a Tesla Club

Speaker: Mrs. Jelena Ivkovich
Retired High School Teacher
Chair of Educational Committee for Tesla Educational Corporation Canada
www.teslaeducational.ca
Conference Subject: Translated, restored and enriched book: “Nikola Tesla: A
Story About His Childhood”; www.exlibrispublishing.ca

Speaker: Radmila Mitic and Sonja Sumonja ( Sonia Shumonya ), Teachers and Students of Nikola Tesla technical school from Nis, Serbia

Conference Subject: Movie: ‘’ TESLA THEN AND NOW ’’ ( 18 minutes )

Speaker: Dr. Colin Jerolmak
Department Chair of Environmental Studies; Professor of Sociology,
Environmental Studies, Arts & Science – NYU
Conference Subject: The Global Pigeon – human pigeon relationships and the
legacy of Nikola Tesla 

Speaker: Mr. Brian Yetzer
President at The Yetzer Studio – Augmented Reality for Education and Business
https://www.yetzerstudio.com/
The Franklin Institute Associate
Art Director at Tesla Science Foundation
Conference Subject:  Integrating Innovation and Art in STEAM Education Through the Legacy of Nikola Tesla

Speaker: Mr. Harry Oung
Principle engineer
Director of Science at Tesla Science Foundation
Conference Subject: Science Education and  Nikola Tesla

Speaker: Mr. Mano Davina
Founder of Mano Divina of The Divine Hand Ensemble
Professional concert thereminist
Conference Subject: Telsa’s Musical Connection: the Invention of the Oscillator

Speaker: Professor Craig DoVidio 
Professor at The Art Institute Of Philadelphia
Member of the Board at Tesla Science Foundation
Conference Subject: Co-operation of non profit and University

Speaker: Mrs.Valentina Janjus  
Conference Subject: Lecture on Tesla’s mother Djuka

Speaker: Mr. Milan Kostic 
Conference Subject: Drama “Tesla past present and future”

Speaker: Mr. Robert Meyer
President of The Arizona Tesla Science Foundation
www.arizonateslasciencefoundation.com
Conference Subject: Using Virtual Reality to educate the Children of the 21 st Century

TESLA AND SCIENCE

  • Speaker: Mr. Matteo Tacconi 
    Atmospheric Space Interactions Monitor ( ASIM ) Payload Facility Manager
    Conference Subject: Atmospheric Space Interactions Monitor ( ASIM ) Payload, an
    Instrument Tesla would be proud of
  • Speaker: Mr. David Donald Pokrajac
    Professor and Associate Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Delaware
    State University
    Conference subject: Research Methodology – Do’s and Don’ts
  • Speaker: Mr.John Goscha  
    American inventor and entrepreneur. CEO of The Finally Light Bulb Company
    which has developed Tesla Technology, a next generation energy-and cost-
    efficient lighting technology.
    Conference Subject: ___________________________________________

 

PANEL DISCUSSION

Host of Panel Discussion: Mrs. Mirjana Prljevic

  • Speaker: Mrs. Mirjana Prljevic

CEO of Teslianum company

Author of the project Academy for kids TESLA GENIUS and TESLIANUM Almanac 

Conference Topic: Experience from the formal and informal education programs in different countries

CODE OF ETHICS AND CODE OF PRACTISE FOR TESLA SCIENCE FOUNDATION,
PARTNERS AND ASSOCIATES – OPEN DISCUSSION

Host of the discussion: Founder of Tesla Science Foundation Mr. Nikola Loncar   

Speaker: Mr. Frank Taney, Legal Affairs at Tesla Science Foundation
Speaker: Mr. Marc Alessi, Legal Attorney
Speaker: Mr. David Vuich, Honorary Chairman at Tesla Science Foundation

STRATEGY AND FUTURE WORK OF TSF, TNFS, PARTNERS AND ASSOCIATES

Speakers:
Mrs. Mirjana Prljevic, CEO, TESLIANUM

Milos Dimitrijevic, CIO, TESLIANUM

Mr. Nikola Loncar, Founder and President of TSF

Sponsors and Associates

Consulate General of the Republic of Serbia in New York http://www.newyork.mfa.gov.rs/
Live Streaming support  www.metromultimedia.com and http://www.transbeam.com/
Webmaster and Social Media Development, Milica N. Savic, Director of Art and
Technology TSF http://milicasavicart.com/

Kevin Wood, Camera and Live Streaming
Bojan Markovic and sons, Technical Support
Bill Gutches, Marketing Promotion for Tesla Talk Tv
Milan Milatovic, Professional Photography
James Jaeger, Documentary movie on Tesla
Janja Glogovac, Documentary movie on Tesla
Milica Savic NY, Associate
Mladen Ilic, Associate
Goran Sljukic, Associate
Vladan Mijatovic, Associate
Milica Paranosic, Associate

 

NEW YEAR EVENING PROGRAM

The Tesla Science Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the life, legacy and scientific innovations of Nikola Tesla.   Having successfully hosted numerous lectures, seminars, forums – to include the annual Energy Independence Conference and Tesla Memorial Conference – our Foundation is the most active Tesla related organization in the United States today.  Through our dedicated efforts and generous support from our contributors,  the Tesla Science Foundation network of distinguished scientists, engineers, academics, artists, students and other Tesla enthusiasts worldwide continues to grow.  Visionary and scientist  Nikola Tesla is included in the UNESCO Memory of the World register.

Tesla Science Foundation http://teslasciencefoundation.org

PUBLIC INVITATION FOR PARTICIPATION at Memorial Conference Tesla Past, Present and Future 2018

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PUBLIC INVITATION FOR PARTICIPATION at Memorial Conference Tesla Past, Present and Future 2018

 

Call for Papers Memorial Conference „Nikola Tesla: Past, Present, Future“ 13th January 2018 New York – USA

Call for Papers Today Nikola Tesla has been recognized as a beacon for some of the most groundbreaking research being conducted around the world. The work, life and legacy of Nikola Tesla has forever changed life on earth. His new popularity inspires people of all ages to investigate the historical prevalence of his devices leading to breakthrough research in fields such as medical, technology, energy and many more. To address this ever-expanding knowledge base of Nikola Tesla related research, we invite you for your personal contribution to enrich realisation of the Memorial Conference “Tesla: Past,Present, Future” on the higest academician level. The Conference will be held on Saturday, January13th in Manhattan, New York at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel. The program is being organized by the Tesla Science Foundation in cooperation with the Tesla Museum of Belgrade, Tacony Academy, Teslianum, and the Franklin Institute.

This conference will highlight recent efforts to vindicate Tesla in academia through research on Tesla related technology, economics, art, philosophy and science. Contributors will be published in the Tesla Science Foundation’s book entitled “Nikola Tesla: Past, Present, Future”.
Examples of subjects to be considered for this conference include, but are not limited to:

• Empowering educators with the Tesla pedagogy

• Innovative methods of engaging students from all academic backgrounds based on NikolaTesla legacy

• What can the national S.T.E.A.M. initiative learn from Nikola Tesla?

• How would Tesla technology affect U.S. and international economies?

• How can the high energy physics of Tesla technology inspire art?

• What are the political hurdles associated with Tesla’s legacy?

• How has the technology of Tesla’s earlier patents changed over time?

• What are the risks associated with Tesla technology?

• How have measurement devices changed over time?

• What does the future hold for Tesla’ wireless telecommunication given bases?

• What can be done to expedite a Tesla technology inspired industrial renaissance?
Submissions from the outside of the United States are welcome. Submissions of research by academic scholars and independent researchers are encouraged.

Conference participants will be chosen based on the manuscripts they submit. The deadline for submissions is November 1st, 2017.  Those chosen to present will be notified no later than November 15th, 2017. The final selection of the participants will be announced on November 30th, 2017.
Please send your work using template on the last page, no later than November 1st, 2017.

Template instructions

We want to please you to prepare you PowerPoint Presentation on the template based on five slides in maximum 15 minutes of presentation – each of them 2-3 minutes.
The Slides titles are:

1st slide: Introducing note of your presentation – Main Idea or Proposal

2nd slide: On which way your work is related with Nikola Tesla work, patents, ideas, legacy

3rd slide: What do you need to the develop your proposal in Future

4th slide: On wich way your Proposal will have an Impact on the worldwide development

5th slide: Final statement and your short bio – five sentences

For any further information, please contact Mr. Nicola Loncar President and Founder of TSF on email: NikolaLonchar@TeslaScienceFoundation.org

NikolaLonchar@Gmail.com

APPLY NOW – deadline November 1st 2017

REPORT on Days of Diaspora 2015, 2016 & Invitation for 2017

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REPORT on Days of Diaspora 2015, 2016 & Invitation for 2017

 

This is the third year that the Tesla Science Foundation (TSF) and Tesla’s People Organization are holding Diaspora meetings in Belgrade.

In the first year, July 2015, we organized meetings in the office to work with and present to the Diaspora:

  • To simplify the process of obtaining citizens for the Serb Diaspora
  • To adopt a special procedure for obtaining citizenship for the descendants of Serbs in Diaspora.
  • For the descendants of Serbs baptized in the Serbian Orthodox Church to be allowed to take Serbian citizen by special procedures
  • To re-establish the Ministry for Diaspora, and to the members of the board with the consent of the Serbian Diaspora
  • In order to enable the fulfillment of requirements for citizenship electronically
  • To establish an election mechanism for Diaspora voting in the Assembly of the Republic of Serbia
  • To establish a system of tax incentives and facilitate procedures for the investment of the Diaspora in the mainstream
  • To simplify the procedure of introducing humanitarian aid to Serbia

Please view the video with conclusions on the following link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wn3Rp4fP5Ls

The Second Year, 2016, TSF, in cooperation with the University of Singidunum held a Days of Diaspora, where they discussed activities and problems with the Diaspora students. Students and leaders of various groups from the Diaspora to present their programs; they exchanged views and adopted the following conclusions:

  • To create a platform for communications
  • To form a team to work on the project, “Meet the Roots, Meet the Serbs”
  • To form a workshop for groups to teach the Serbian language
  • To form a platform for joint cooperation and exchange of Serbian Students, domestic and abroad
  • To work on the tune-ups through varies events: art, cultural, and sport, throughout the world
  • To create groups and media observation, in order to, eliminate negative views of Serbia

This year, on July 6, 2017, TSF of the United States and Serbia, in cooperation with the University of Singidunum, will hold a Days of Diaspora, with the support from multiple organizations: Student Foundation from the United States; Serbian Organizations, JMC and SNF in the United States; the Serbian cultural society, Prosveta from Austria; the Organization of Serbian Students Abroad, and Heritage Foundation.

The program includes the following topics:

  • The link between the dioceses and the diaspora; how are they expressed by representatives in ministries and diaspora organizations
  • The dialect and diaspora: Serbian identity in the 21st Century
  • The Serbian language and the Serbian National Corps
  • Young Diaspora, Return, and Commitment
  • Pension and other Diaspora income in Serbia

Expectations include lectures, talks, discussions, and exchange of opinions and information. Special guests in attendance include distinguished guests for various organizations, ambassadors, and representatives of the University in Serbia. High School students from the Diaspora and regions will participate as well.

 

TESLA MEMORIAL CONFERENCE ”WIRELESS TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY”

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TESLA MEMORIAL CONFERENCE ”WIRELESS TRANSMISSION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY”

WYNDHAM NEW YORKER HOTEL 

January 8th 2017 

1pm – 6pm 

Group of Tesla enthusiasts, members of The Tesla Science Foundation USA and Chapter Serbia have decided to make a replica of Teslas Laboratory in Colorado Springs. This Laboratory would be built in Republic of Serbia.

The Tesla Science Foundation invites all people interested in this subject with possibility to recive suggestions as addition to this project. We have collected some documentation to build a replica of Colorado Springs Laboratory. This laboratory will host the experiments and we are hoping to complete full existing documentation of Tesla’s work. Our goal is to make free energy and communications available for everyone in the world.

APPLY NOW – deadline December 20th 2016!
nicolalonchar@gmail.com & zvezdana.teslascience@gmail.com