The Team

Dr V. J. Hill

Dr V. J. Hill 
BSc (Hons), Ph.D.

Foundation Founder
and Director of Research

Vanessa  obtained  a  joint  honours  degree  in  Microbiology  &  Virology  from  the  Uni. of  Warwick  and   undertook  her  doctoral  studies  at  Queen  Mary  College (Uni. of  London).

Subsequently she  has held  several  Post-Doctoral  Research Fellowships  investigating  a  range  of   Molecular  Biological  projects  including: The  construction  of chimeric  viral  vaccines, Queen  Elizabeth  College; The  cloning  of, 'unclonable'  DNA  for  the  Human  Genome  Project, Imperial College and MRC, Cambridge  University; Gene Therapy, Royal  Holloway, Uni. of London.

Vanessa  was  also  a  Senior  Scientist  with  the  Biotech  Company  GeneSys Ltd  and  a  founder  member  and  Director  of  Research with Touchlight  Genetics, a company set-up, based upon her own biotech related ideas.

Vanessa  has  over 25 scientific  publications  in  peer  reviewed  journals  and  also  holds  2  patents  with  4  more  waiting  to  be  filed. In  2007 Vanessa and Peter  shared  the  best  paper  award  at  CASYS  V111.

   
 

Dr P. Rowlands

Dr P. Rowlands
BSc (Hons), Ph.D.

Peter  graduated  from  the  University  of  Manchester  with  degrees  in  Physics;  BSc (HONS)   and  a  Ph.D.  His  is  a  Member of  the Foundation  of  Physics, a  Chartered  Physicist  and  a member  of  the  British Computing  Society.

Peter  has  held  various positions  in  both  industry  and  academia  including  a  Research  Fellowship  in the  Dept. of  Physics  at  the University  of  Liverpool  from  1987  to  date, he  has  also  been  a  Governor  of  Manchester  College  University  of  Oxford  since  1983. Peter  is  the  author  of  ten  books  and  around  120  research  papers.

In  2005  he  received  an  award  for  best  paper  at  the  V11  CASYS  conference  and  in  2007  he  and  Vanessa  shared  the  best  paper  award  at  CASYS  V111.

   
 

Dr E. Rauscher

Dr E. Rauscher
BSc (Hons), Ph.D

 

Elizabeth was a nuclear scientist and researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and at Stanford Research Foundation, Professor of Physics at John F. Kennedy University of California, and a  research consultant to NASA (space shuttle program) and the U.S. Navy. Dr. Rauscher served on the Congressional OTA Advisory Committee, and has been Delegate and advisor to the United Nations.

Elizabeth is recognized for major contributions in Marquis Who's Who of Men and Women in Science, Who's Who in California and in Technology Today, Leading Consultants in Technology, DOE top ten men and women in USA science award, USPA Leaders of America Life Time Membership Award. Dr. Rauscher also received the award for Outstanding Contribution to Astronomy and Astrophysics, American Astronomical Society Meeting, Lawrence Hall of Science, and the CSPS Hall of Fame Award by the California Society for Physical Studies for Outstanding Research in Bioelectromagnetism, the Foundations of Quantum Theory, and Contributions to Humanity.

Also recipient of a Medal of Honor for contributions to Unity of the Sciences, Seoul Korea, and many other awards. Dr. Rauscher is author of over 250 scientific papers, 4 books, 3 US patents and held 1 European patent.

   
 

Dr M. Woodland

Dr M. Woodland
BSc (Hons), Ph.D.

Marc has degrees in Biological Sciences, BSc (HONS),  and  Microbial  Biochemistry Ph.D. He  has held  Research Fellowships  at  the University  of  Warwick  and  Imperial College, University of  London.

Marc's principal areas  of  research centered  on  the microbial  biodegradation  of  xenobiotics and  hydrocarbons. In addition at  Imperial  College  he  was  responsible  for  the management  of  the  DNA  Sequencing  Unit. These  areas  of  study  have  given  him  considerable  experience  in  both  microbial  biochemistry  and  molecular biology.

Outside of science his  major  interest  is  Classical  Indian  music, he  plays  both  sitar and surbahar (a  rare and  highly  'specialised'  form of  bass  sitar).

   
 

Dr Michael Hyson

Dr Michael Hyson
BSc (Hons), Ph.D.

Michael attained his BSc in Biology at the University of Miami in 1970, followed by an MSc in Biology in 1973, and a Ph.D. in Biology in 1976 with specialisation in neurobiology.

From 1977-79 he pursued a Post Doctorate in Bioinformation systems at Cal-Tech. From 1980-87 he worked as a systems engineer for electrostatic levitation at the Jet Propulsion Laboratories (JPL). From 1988-89 he functioned as research director at Pacific Launch Systems.

From 1990 to the present day he is the research Director of the Sirius Research Institute. He is currently a full time consultant with the Resonance Project Foundation and a member of the Board of Directors.

   
 

Tibor Z. Adorjan

Tibor Z. Adorjan,
M. ENG.

Tibor has held several positions in industry, notably as a Project Engineer with a long established manufacturer of high quality electro-mechanical and electronic equipment, and a Senior Electronic Engineer.

These positions  have  given  him  considerable expertise in pneumatics, laser optics, test and development, PCB design and build, PCB artwork and documentation, and EMC, environmental and optical compliance testing. Recently during a trip to Egypt he conducted a resonant frequency analysis of one of the chambers of the Red Pyramid at Dahshur.

For this specific purpose a small portable battery-powered tone generator was designed and built. His interests extend to the resonant and acoustic properties of Neolithic sites in the UK which have been visited and analysed in the past few years. Tibor has an extensive knowledge of 3 dimensional geometry.

   
 

Michaela French

Michaela French
BA (Hons).

Michaela is an artist working in the areas of time-based media and fine arts. Her work incorporates film, moving image, animation and compositing, traditional techniques of painting, printmaking and illustration as well as graphic and spatial design. Colour, light and movement are fundamental to her work which ranges from projected image environments to narrative film, from live performance to fine art exhibition.

Aesthetics, visual perception and the boundaries of visual and cinematic language have been pivotal to Michaela's recent work. She has a particular interest in the point of intersection between the visual arts and other disciplines, and as such has spent much of the last five years working collaboratively in the areas of live performance, dance, planetaria and spatial design.

Michaela lectures in the areas of Moving Image Production, Motion Design and Visual Art. She has held lecturing positions at the Australian Film Television and Radio School, The Victoria College of the Arts, Melbourne University and the School of Design at Swinburne University of Technology Melbourne. She is currently employed as a Visiting Lecturer in the Animation Department of the University of Hertfordshire and in the Media Department at Harlow College, Essex.

   
 

Professor John Hyatt

Professor John Hyatt
BA (Hons), Ph.D.

John is a foremost British artist with an international profile. In the late 80s, he represented British Art as the featured selected artist of Arts Council of England's  'The British Art Show' and has continued to exhibit widely.

John was Head of Department of Fine Arts at Manchester Metropolitan University from 1991 - 2002. At the time of receiving his personal Chair in 1993, John Hyatt became one of the youngest Professors in the UK.

He was recently appointed Director of a new research and postgraduate centre, MIRIAD (the Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design. He is also the Head of MIRIAD Graduate School, Faculty of Art & Design.

   
 

Marshall Lefferts

Marshall Lefferts

Marshall is the founder and director of the Cosmometry Project, a for-benefit research initiative  designed to define, coalesce and make accessible the field of cosmic geometry and its applications in the world across all sectors of society.

He has been a student of Synergetics, sacred geometry and cosmic consciousness (the conscious perception of cosmic manifestation) for 31 years.

He is president of The Resonance Project Foundation board of directors (founded by physicist Nassim Haramein), has worked extensively with the Buckminster Fuller Institute and the Foundation for Conscious Evolution, is a partner in the Gene Keys synthesis and a member of the Uni-Phi collaboration of artists and scientists, and is a multimedia producer, musician, photographer, graphic designer, martial artist, dancer and joy-body lover, presently residing in Santa Cruz, CA. 

 

Peter Marcer

Dr Peter Marcer
DPhil,CEng,FBCS,CITP.

Peter graduated with first class honours in theoretical physics at the University of Birmingham and a doctorate at Trinity College, Oxford, where he began his career in computing in 1956; followed by 10 years in CERN's Data Handling division, including the connection of the first small data collection computers to the CDC 6600 mainframe, then as computer manager and Associate Director forward planning at the Bristol University Computer Centre during the time of its incorporation into one of the first high speed mainframe to mainframe computer networks....

Since 1980s to today, however, Peter pursues research into the Physical Foundations of Computation via the British Computer Society Cybernetic Machine specialist Group,"http://www.bcs.org.uk/cybergroup.htm" as a 1986 founder, organizer and current chairman. He has published over 75 research papers mainly into quantum holography as the postulated geometric basis of relativistic signal processing & 3D pattern recognition in living systems and the brain ; many co-authored & peer reviewed.These include a 2009 best paper award at CASYS IX with Peter Rowlands.It relates Natures Code to the laws of thermodynamics and quantum entanglement, providing further evidence (via the breaking of the symmetry structure of the Galois group) that the Code constitutes a single inseparable universal evolving body of knowledge.