Serge Kernbach, Dr.rer.nat., director at the Research Center “Cybertronica Reaserch” (Germany)
Serge Kernbach, Dr.rer.nat., is a director of the Research Center of Advanced Robotics and Environmental Science “Cybertronica Reaserch”. He graduated in electronic engineering and computer science in 1994. In 1996 he was awarded Presidential Fellowship as a young researcher, in 1997 – the DAAD fellowship, he was a guest scientist in the center of Synergetics leaded by Prof. H. Haken, who also co-supervised his PhD work. In 2007 his doctoral thesis won the faculty-award as the best dissertation of the year at the University of Stuttgart, where he worked as a head of group until 2013. Since 2004 he has been a coordinator of several European research projects on the field of bio-hybrid systems and collective robotics. In 2016 he was elected as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Serge’s main research interest is focused on biological and technological collective systems, weak bio-physical interactions, he is an author and co-author of 4 books and over 150 articles in international journals and conferences with best paper awards. Recently the book “Supernatural. Scientific approach” has been appeared to Russian readers, which is related to unconventional research, weak interactions, and integration of technologies and consciousness.
The talk “Potentiometry, UV and impedance spectroscopy in analysis of weak bio-physical interactions” is devoted to three main approaches used in laboratory analysis of weak bio-physical interactions and ultra-weak emissions. Devices and approaches used for generating this emission, local and non-local effects and problems of detection are discussed. Especial attention is paid to reproducibility and accuracy of measurements. Finally, the problem of scientific methodology in unconventional research is discussed.