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sem 2023

October 5, 2023 , LIVE , Prague, Czech Republic

Beyond Standard Model

of Electromagnetism

Innovation Week
Conference Motivation

There is a potential for paradigm shift​ in physics

While the 21st century has witnessed tremendous achievements in the field of physics, there is a growing consensus that we may be on the cusp of a paradigm shift. Some believe that by revisiting outdated and contradictory constructions, we can unlock new potentials in technology, energy sources, transportation, communication, and more.

Transfer​ of new technologies into life-improving products

Our purpose is to help those potentials to become our reality. We are going to demonstrate real-life examples of some of those future technologies that are already working for very satisfied customers. 

Open scientific debate

At the conference, we will bring together experts in the field of electromagnetism, relativity, quantum tunneling, and zero-point energy to discuss and explore topics such as generalized electromagnetism (GEM), and the theory of relativity and beyond. We will delve into topics like GEM in (bi)quaternion formulation, Weber’s electrodynamics, transverse vs longitudinal electromagnetic waves, and Tesla’s radiant and magneto-scalar fields.

Go beyond limits of classical thinking

Join us for this exciting opportunity to push the boundaries of our knowledge and make new discoveries that can change the world.

international board
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Jan Rak 


Ultra-relativistic Nuclear Physicist


Andre Koch 
Torres Assis

Professor of Physics at the State University of Campinas - UNICAMP, Brazil


Anton Uhnak

Korean Economy and Culture Institute


Koenraad Johan
van Vlaenderen

Electrical Engineer, Physicist


Practical Application of new technologies:


Can we quickly transfer theories into functional prototypes and new products in the area of heating and energy sourcing?

Some speakers will introduce real (practical) technologies that are already being implemented in consumer products

Rectifying deficiencies in classical theory:


How do we resolve deficiencies and generalize classical electromagnetism and introduce scalar fields?

Exploring forgotten theories:


Is it possible to revitalize and further develop forgotten theories, such as Weber's electrodynamics, which adhere to fundamental principles like the conservation of energy and momentum?