Advisory Board

Jonah Lissner

Jonah Lissner utilizes techniques of Pure and Applied Mathematics to solve Nonlinear and Complex Systems challenges, and applies his technical skills sets to lead, build and manage innovative Engineering R&D projects. He can be contacted by email at Lifeboat Foundation Scientific Advisory Boards.
His strong cognitive ability in empiricism and scientific reason, hypothesis building, theory learning, and axiomatic modeling and testing is advanced for the purpose of problem-solving technical challenges in a variety of research specializations in Mathematics, Physics, Computation and Engineering. He has won academic honors and awards for his innovative and original research in these topics. University Presses consider his Dissertation Monographs for publication, achieved as Independent Researcher.
Jonah’s Academic, R&D and Engineering achievements include

  • Invited Engineering and Urban Planning Research Scholar and Advisor Higher Education Institution Initiative, ATINER
  • Invited Research Scholar, Graduate Student Award Competition Theoretical Physics at Ethiopian Physical Society
  • Invited Scholar ISAR/IJA Photon Foundation Innovation Academic Excellence Award [B. N. Dole, PhD]
  • Invited Doctoral Scholar, University of Manitoba, Computational Topology [J. Peters, PhD]
  • Invited Doctoral Scholar, National Research University, Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Macrodynamics [A. Korotayev, PhD]
  • Invited Doctoral Scholar, IAS-IMT, Complex Adaptive Systems [G. Caldarelli, PhD]
  • Invited Doctoral Scholar, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Geophysics [S. Lebedev, PhD]
  • Invited Doctoral Scholar, University of Trento, Nanophotonics [L. Pavesi, PhD]
Jonah’s research sectors include
  • Theoretical Physics: Quantum Gravity, Dark Matter, Quantum Mechanics, Dark Energy, AdS/CFT, and Brane Theory
  • Biophysics: Cellular Biophysics, Quantum Neurophysics, Chromatin, Lipid Dynamics,
  • Relativistic Quantum Chemistry, and Biosynthesis
  • Theory of Computation: Cognitive Science, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Automata Theory, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning
  • Philosophy of Mathematics and Science: Phenomenonology, Orthophysics, Structuralism, Representation Theory, Constructivism, and Metaphilosophy
  • Power Systems and Engineering: Photovoltaics, Piezoelectrics, Hydropower, and Electrical Theory
  • Geophysics: Planetary Science, Magnetospheric-, Heliospheric-, Ionospheric Mechanics and Dynamics
  • Material Science: Electrokinetics, Acoustics, Phononics, and Metamaterial Engineering
  • Mathematics: Metalogic, Causal Structures, Model Theory, Nonlinear Systems, Projective Geometry, Number Theory, Quantum Calculus, Modal Logic, Temporal Logic, Ring Theory, Knot Theory, p-Adic Theory, Langlands Program, Representation Theory, Constructivism, and Macrodynamics.