Personal Information
Takaaki Musha

Advanced Science-Technology Research Organization, Yokohama, Kanagawa-ken, Japan

Takaaki Musha
Educations
From 1970 to 1974, B.S (Mechanical engineering), Shinshu University , Japan
From 1974 to 1977, M.E.(Mechanical enineering), Shinshu University , Japan
From 1991 to 1994, Ph.D (Mechanical engineering and bio science), Shinshu University , Japan
Work Experiences
From 1989 to 1994, esercher, Acoustic Laboratory , ONO SOKKI Co.Ltd.
From 1995 to 2006, Rserch Scientist , Technical Reserch & Development Institute, Defense Agency
From 2006 to 2008, Deputy Director, Department of Naval Systems Development , Technical Reserch & Development Institute, Ministry of Defense
From 2008 to 2012, Chief Reserch Scientist, Naval Reserch Center , Technical Reserch & Development Institute, Ministry of Defense
From 2012 , Director , Advanced Science-Technology Research Organization
Projects
From 1994 to 1996, Advanced Space Propulsion Investigation Committee , Research project of space propulsion systems including gravity control and warp travel
From 2005 to 2008, Research and development of the underwater security sonar system , Reserch project to develop a sonar system for the use of security from unterwater attacks
Speciality
Underwater Acoustics
Signal Processing
Material Science
Damping technology
Book
Teory and Applications of Instantaneous Intensity Analysis, Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN:978-3-8473-7298-1, Takaaki Musha
Field Propulsion Systems for Space Travel, Bentham Books,ISBN:978-1-60805-566-1, Takaaki Musha, Yoshinari Minami
Computer Science Reserch and Technology, Vol.2, Nova Science Publishers, ISBN:978-1-61122-073-5, J.P.Bauer, T.Musha
Physics of the Zero Point Field and its Applications to Advanced Technology, Nova Science ublishers, ISBN:978-1-62257-278-6, T.Musha, M.Pinheiro, etc.
Gravitoelectromagnetic Theories and Their Applications to Advanced Science and Technology, Nova Science Publishers, ISBN:978-1-62808-210-4, T.Musha, M.Pinheiro, T.Valone
New Developments in Photon and aterial Reserch, Nova Science Publishers, ISBN:978-1-62618-339-1, J.I.Jang, T.Musha, etc.
Superluminal Particles and Hypercomputation, Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN:978-3-659-51184-4,Takaaki Musha
Journal Articles
Non-Newtonian property of the force generated by the Biefeld-Brown effect, Journal of Space Exploration, Mehta Press, Vol.3,No.3,2013,225-227.Takaaki Musha
Possibility of Hypercomputation from the Standpoint of Superluminal Particles, Theory and Applications of Mathematics & Computer Science, Vol.3,No.2,2013,120-128. Takaaki Musha
On the possibility of ZPF space propulsion system, Journal of Space Exploration, Mehta Press, Vol2,No.2,2013,116-120. Takaaki Musha
Strong coupling between electricity and gravitation and its application to human space flight, Journal of Space Exploration,Vo.2,No.2,2013,93-97. Takaaki Musha
The Possibility to Construct a Grazer - High Gravitational Wave Detector by Using the Electrogravitic Property of Dielectric Materials, Recent Progress on Space Technology, Bentham Science Publishers, Vol.3,No.2,2013,152-157. Takaaki Musha
Cosmic background radiation due to the Cherenkov radiation from the zero-point field of vacuum, Journal of Space Exploration, Vol.2,No.1,2013,73-77. T.Musha, G.Hayman
Possibility to construct a gravitational wave detector by utilizing the electrogravitic property of dielectric materials, Journal of Space Exploration, Mehta Press, Vol.1,No.1,2012,57-61. Takaaki Musha
Holographic View of the Brain Memory Based on vanescent Superluminal Photons, Information, Vol.3,No.3,2012,344-350. Takaaki Musha
Posibility of Hypercomputation by using Superluminal Elementary Particles, Advances in Computer Sciencde and Engineering, Vol.8,No.1,2012,57-67. Takaaki Musha
Field propulsion systems for space travel, Acta Astronautica, Vol.82, 2013,215-220. Y.Minami, T.Musha
Possibility to Realize the Brain-Computer Interface from the Quantum Brain Model Based on Superluminal Particles, Journal of Quantum Information Science, Vol.1, 2011, 111-115. T.Musha,T.Sugiyama
Anothe possibility of sonolminescence due to the Cherenkov radiation from the ZPF field in a water, Natural Science, Vol.3,No.3,249-254. Takaaki 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.2,2009,237-247. Takaaki 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.2,2009,229-235. Takaaki Musha
Possibility of high performance quantum computation by superluminal evanescent photons in living systems, BioSystems, Vol.96,No.3,2009,242-245. Takaaki Musha
Possibility of High Performance Quantum Computation by Using vanescent Photons in Living Systems,OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences,Vol.8,No.1,2008,10-14. Takaaki Musha
Explanation of Dynamical Biefeld-Brown Effect from the Standpoint of ZPF Field, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Vol.61,No.9,2008,379-384. Takaaki Musha
Conference Papers
Explanation of dynamical Biefeld-Brown Effect from the standpoint of ZPF field, Fifth IAA Symposium on Realistic Near-Term Advanced Scientific Space Missions, July 2-4,2007,Aosta, Italy, International Academy of Astronautics
Possibility of the Space Propulsion System Utilizing the ZPF Field, Space,Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum, February, 2009, Huntsville, USA, AIP
The Posibility of FTL Space Travel by using the Quantum Tunneling Effect throgh the Light Barrier, Seventh IAA Symposium on Realistic Near-Term Advanced Scientific Space Missions, July 11-14, 2011, Aosta, Italy, International Academy of Astronutics
Field Propulsion Systems for Space Travel, Seventh IAA Symposium on Realistic Near-Term Advanced Scientific Space Missions, July 11-14, 2011, Aosta, Italy, International Academy of Astronutics
Possibility to Construct a Gravitational Wave Detector by Utilizing the Electrogravitic Property of Dielectric Materials, STAIF II, March 15,2012, Albaqurque,USA,AIAA
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