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Founding Members

(Alphabetical Order)

Member:
T. Desiato

Location:
Vista, CA. USA

Level of Study:
Postgraduate

Main Interests of Study:
Electrical Engineering, Electromagnetic Propulsion Techniques

Duties:
As the STAR-Labs Electrical Engineering Specialist, he contributes to group discussions and is an accomplished engineer, having co-authored many advanced papers (see Publications section). He is currently investigating Propellant-less Propulsion methods employing Voltage-To-Acceleration Transducers.

Member:
E. Halerewicz Jr.

Location:
Springfield, IL. USA

Level of Study:
Undergraduate

Main Interests of Study:
Theoretical Astrophysics, Energy Research, Exotic Propulsion Methods.

Duties:
Contributes to group discussions and is co-author of some advanced papers (see Publications section).

Member:
R. Held

Location:
USA

Level of Study:
Postgraduate

Main Interests of Study:
Hyper-dimensional SpaceTimes, Inertia-Free Non-Relativistic Superluminal Propulsion Techniques.

Duties:
Contributes to group discussions and is co-author of some advanced papers (see Publications section).

Member:
S. C. Jenks

Location:
San Antonio, TX. USA

Level of Study:
Undergraduate

UTSA Department of Physics & Astronomy

Main Interests of Study:
The Zero-Point Field, Virtual Particles, Field IMPulse Propulsion, Quantum Gravity, Artificial Gravity Generation Methods, Inertia, Electromagnetic Propulsion Techniques, Inertia-Free Non-Relativistic Superluminal Propulsion Techniques.

Duties:
As founder, he is responsible for the conceptualization and creation of STAR-Labs. Whilst pursuing his undergraduate studies in Physics at UTSA, he is responsible for maintaining the official STAR-Labs website and discussion group, and contributes to group discussions. He has also made modest philosophical contributions to an advanced paper (see Publications section).

Quote:
"The Zero-Point Field is the ocean in which any potential starship swims. Only by learning how to manipulate this field into supplying a propulsive effect can we ever hope to breach the boundaries of interstellar space."

Member:
F. R. Loup

Location:
Lisbon, Portugal

Level of Study:
Postgraduate

Main Interests of Study:
Hyper-dimensional SpaceTimes, Inertia-Free Non-Relativistic Superluminal Propulsion Techniques.

Duties:
As the STAR-Labs Principle Investigator into Hyper-dimensional SpaceTimes and their theoretical applications for warp propulsion, he is currently investigating the potential of such spacetimes for use in both superluminal and sub-luminal propulsion techniques. He contributes to group discussions and is an accomplished theoretical physicist at the bleeding edge of General Relativity studies. He has published many advanced papers which continue to lead the way in the developing field of warp physics (see Publications section).

Member:
P. A. Santos

Location:
Aveiro, Portugal

Level of Study:
Postgraduate

Main Interests of Study:
Hyper-dimensional SpaceTimes, Inertia-Free Non-Relativistic Superluminal Propulsion Techniques.

Duties:
Contributes to group discussions and is co-author of an advanced paper (see Publications section).

Member:
M. A. Shore

Location:
UK

Level of Study:
Undergraduate

Main Interests of Study:
Hyper-dimensional SpaceTimes, Inertia-Free Non-Relativistic Superluminal Propulsion Techniques.

Duties:
Contributes to group discussions and is co-author of an advanced paper (see Publications section).

Member:
R. Sims

Location:
USA

Level of Study:
Undergraduate

Main Interests of Study:
Hyper-dimensional SpaceTimes, Inertia-Free Non-Relativistic Superluminal Propulsion Techniques.

Duties:
Contributes to group discussions and is co-author of some advanced papers (see Publications section).

Member:
M. Stabno

Location:
Kalisz, Poland

Level of Study:
Postgraduate

Main Interests of Study:
Hyper-dimensional SpaceTimes, Inertia-Free Non-Relativistic Superluminal Propulsion Techniques.

Duties:
Contributes to group discussions and is co-author of some advanced papers (see Publications section).

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