Foredragsholdere 2010

More detailed information on the lecturers:

Dr. med. Gerd Oberfeld (Adviser and speaker for environmental medicine, Austrian Medical Association and Public Health Department, Salzburg/Austria)
Dr. Oberfeld is known for the Salzburg limit values 1998 and 2002 for mobile phone base stations.
– Health Effects and Electromagnetic Pollution in our Environment
– Dirty Electricity: A new dimension of electromagnetic stress
– Workshop: The healthy sleeping place: assessment and
relief of stressfactors
http://www.salzburg.gv.at/umweltmedizin.htm
Dr. Gerd Oberfeld was born in1960 in Klagenfurt, Austria. Dr. Oberfeld holds a master degree for general medicine (MD) from the University of Vienna.
He is working with the Public Health Department of the Salzburg State Government since 1992 being responsible for environmental medicine tasks.
Since 1994 he is adviser and speaker for environmental medicine of the Austrian Medical Association being also responsible for the postgraduate course in Environmental Medicine.
Dr. Oberfeld has been scientific adviser of the Government of Southern Tyrol (Italy) for the implementation of the postgraduate course in Environmental Medicine 2005.
Main activities of the last years
• Project leader and Co-leader for epidemiological studies for asthma and allergies (e.g. ISAAC Salzburg 1995 & 1996)
• Project leader of the public health prevention project «Asthma Project for Children & Teenagers in Salzburg»
• Expert of the working group for the «WHO- Charter Traffic, Environment & Health» prepared for the Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health, London 1999
• Expert in the WHO project «Road Traffic Related Air pollution», prepared for the Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health, London 1999
• Organizer of the «International Conference for Cell Tower Siting – Linking Science & Public Health, Salzburg 7-8 June 2000»
• Exposure analyses and epidemiological investigations with respect to biological effects and health effects of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (EMF))
Politics advice in matters of public health.

 

Mikko Ahonen (Researcher, Department of Computer Sciences, University of Tampere; Founder of Sustainable Mobile Ltd)

– Base stations and health risks – Research overview
– Power quality – Research and measurements in Finnish and Russian schools
http://www.uta.fi/~mikko.ahonen
http://www.sustainablemobile.com
http://www.chronicexposure.org

Mikko Ahonen has earlier worked in telecom and IT industries (TeliaSonera Ltd etc.). Currently he is finalizing his PhD in computer science and continues his research work at the University of Tampere. He co-operates with FinnMedi Ltd (Tampere, Finland) & Moscow State University + Kazan State University (Russia) & Gigahertz-Solutions GmbH (Langenzenn, Germany). He is also the founder and partner in the Sustainable Mobile Ltd, focusing on various measuring services and development of healthier technologies.

Dr. Vahan Babayan (Physicist –from Moscow University-, Waldorfteacher and professor at Haugesund University College; Haugesund/Norway)

– Field and energy: Phenomena and considerations
– Wireless power supply: Cutting edge technology – and new health challenge?

Andreas Bjørndal (Homeopath, Acupuncturist, Principal of the Norwegian Academy of Natural Medicine, contributor to “Reference Works” & “Materia medica”/ MacRepertory; Oslo/Norway)
– Electromagnetism and health: an overview of symptoms
– Homeopathic diagnosis and treatment of electrosensitivity
www.nan.no
Andreas Bjørndal was born in Oslo on december 26th 1958 and shared his childhood between Spain and Norway. He started to give free reflexology treatments to his peers in high-school and opened his first practice in complementary therapy in 1980 after completing his training in Kinesiology. Then he graduated as a homoeopath from Norsk Akademi for Naturmedin, NAN (Norwegian Academy of Natural Medicine) in 1983. In 1988 he graduated as an acupuncturist. Andreas started to teach at NAN in 1987 and became a co-principal and owner in 2000. He completed both post graduate seminars with Vithoulkas, Gray, Morrison, Herric and Shore in Norway, as well as the Dymanis School of Jeremy Sherr. His own 2-year postgraduate school merged with NAN in 2000.
Andreas Bjørndal has promoted homoeopathy through political work, improvement of education, publishing of articles, participating in debates in TV, Radio and daily papers, as board member and chairperson of different committions and societies within the Norwegian government and in the homoeopathic community. As Chairman in NHL, the Norwegian homoeopathic Society, he started the work of improving homoeopathic education, it continued through his work in the ECCH and ICCH. He was one of the initiators of ECCH and ICCH and has been the chairman in both, he has also taken part in establishing and is still on the board of ENHE, The European Network for Homoeopathic Educators. To formalize his competency and get homoeopathy officially recognized in Norway, he and 6 of his teachers are taking the Master Degree in Homoeopathy at The University of Central Lancashire. He has also played a mayor role in establishing LYCEUM, academy for integrated medicine, and taken over one of Norways most prestigious educational buildings to establish an institution of higher education with different branches of complementary medicine as well as established medical sciences.

Based on more than 25 years of practice he has developed:
• a systematic 9-miasms model
• a qualitative thematic analysis technic
• a classification of patients into archetypical typologies with the allocation of remedies
• an archetypical mind section for the repertory
• a new detailed set of criteria to evaluate Dynamis
• a unified model of evaluating directions of cure, replacing Herings principles and the miasms
He was been teaching the archetypal, miasmatic and family approach of homoeopathy since 1989 and continiously developed the understanding of the periodic system, based on quantum numbers and archetypes. He also has developed an unique understanding of plant and other families based on archetypes and evolutionary principles.
Next to homoeopathy he has studied the old cultures and their systems of medicine and how they were related to their world view, conceptualization and symbol making, particularly TCM, Egyptology and Kabbalah. The search for an alphabet of concepts, unities this and his homoeopathic work. He has lectures in many different countries both on homoeopathy and his studies in the human symbol and concept making.
When he is not doing homoeopathy he shares his time with his wife and his 4 kids.

Paul Gradenwitz (Vicepresident Eurmicros AS and Chip designer, a.o. for the earliest DECT telephones and for the newest Acer touchscreens; Nederland/Switzerland/China)
– How the wireless telephone was created
– Can technological innovations solve the health problems related to Wireless telecommunication?

Dr. Günter Haffelder (Physicist, psychologist, researcher, founder and director “Institute of Communications and Brain Research», Stuttgart/Germany)
– Consciousness and electromagnetism
– Learning difficulties, ADHD, ME, Autism: Can they be linked to electromagnetic exposure? Analysis and study of special talents and abilities

Workshop: Electromagnetism and child education
http://www.gehirnforschung.com/englisch/medical.html

Dr. Günter Haffelder is a physicist, psychologist and management trainer, but most of all known as founder and director of the “Institute of Communications and Brain Research » in Stuttgart. The institute works with freelancers who come from the fields of psychology, education, biology, medicine, physics and computer science and is part of a global network. Haffelders innovative research within medicine and pedagogics attracts more and more institutions, departments and clinics, a.o. in Austria, Switzerland, Russia (ministry of education), Ukraine and Poland. At the same time, Haffelder goes far beyond the restrictions of mainstream science by investigating the phenomena of consciousness, meditation and healing. He has has also worked extensively on the interaction between consciousness and electromagnetism.
http://www.gehirnforschung.com/englisch/medical.html
Publications: http://www.geomantie.net/article/read/5373.html

Sissel Halmøy (Cand. Scient. Technical Cybernetics, Cofounder of association of electrosensitives “FELO” and of the newly started Citizens´ Radiation Protection / “Folkets Strålevern”; chairperson of the International EMF Alliance (www.iemfa.org) Oslo/Norway)
– Understanding electromagnetism: An introduction
– Radiation in Norway
www.stralevern.no, www.iemfa.org

Michael Kohl (Therapist and medical assistant in a neurological clinic, Specialist for neuropsychology, kinesiology and natural medicine; Moers / Germany)
-Effects of Coloured light Therapy on electrosensitivty and neurological infections like Lyme Borreliosis
Workshop: Autonomic Response Testing; Applied Psycho-Neurobiology Autonomic Response Testing; Homeopathy

Ralph-Raphael Kleimann (Therapist – among others in toning and unity therapy, researcher and entrepreneur, BALDRON/Jordsamvirket, Vinterbro/Norway)
– Electromagnetic fields in therapy and natural environments.
www.baldron.com, www.emf-norge.no, www.freearth.org

Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt (Physician, psychologist, pioneering researcher on the interconnections between EMfields, metal toxicity and chronic infections such as Lyme Borreliosis; Seattle /Washington, USA)
www.klinghardt.org, www.klinghardtneurobiology.com, www.selfhealth.co.uk, www.ink.ag
Because of “double booking”, Dr Klinghardt will come at a later occasion but his research will be represented on the symposium by his close coworkers Renzo Celani and Michael Kohl)

Ann-Marie Lidmark (Researcher in Biochemistry and Human health; Coordinator of HET project and consultant for the Swedish government; Stockholm/ Sweden)
– Dental health and electrosensitivity
– How do nutrient deficiencies, genetics and metal tocicity relate to electro-allergy
– Mapping of electrosensitivity in large scale health statistics: The HET project
http://www.natureassociates.se
http://www.regeringen.se/sb/d/108/a/2642;jsessionid=aukk0JJnq9Ke

Ann-Marie Lidmark was born in 1953. She has a BA in biochemistry and zoo-physiology from the University of Stockholm and a MA in public health science from the Mälardalens Högskola. Ann-Marie has worked as a teacher and editor and she has written several books on environmental and health issues. One of her main interests is in how human health is affected by heavy metals and toxins. She has in recent years carried out extensive work on the health effects of dental materials.
Special focus: Dental materials and health effects
Ann-Marie Lidmark has for many years done work related to the health effects of dental materials, in particular amalgam. During 2002 and 2003, the Social Ministry hired her to be head of the secretariat of the Dental Material Commission. She has also done work on behalf of the Swedish Association of Dental Mercury Patients.
She is currently leading the HET-project on how citizens with illness caused by dental materials and/or electromagnetic fields are treated.
http://www.hetprojektet.info
Dentalmaterialutredningen 2002-2003
Dentala material och hälsa. SOU 2003:53
http://www.regeringen.se/sb/d/108/a/2642;jsessionid=aukk0JJnq9Ke

Prof. Torgeir Lyngtveit (Professor for statistics, courses in building biology, University for Life Sciences in Ås; Drøbak/Norway)(had to cancel, will be present at the Elsymposium in 2011) – Architecture and building biology

Dr. med. Kurt Mosetter (Physician, researcher in Psychotraumatology, founder of Myoreflex Therapy and clinical coach for tops athletes like Bayern München football team and German national hockey team. Konstanz and Cologne/Germany, Zürich/Switzerland and Italy) (had to cancel, will be present at the Elsymposium in 2011)
– Physiological and biophysical molecular stress
– Electrosensitivity and ADHD
– Workshop: Coping with molecular stress from electromagnetic fields (together with his brother Rainer)
www.myoreflex.de, www.myoreflex.co.uk, www.movingmyo.com

Born on September 3, 1964, Kurt Mosetter studied medicine in Freiburg (Germany). After his Staatsexamen (German state issued license to practice medicine) in 1996 he made several journeys to the Far East in order to study the concepts of far eastern medicine (in particular in India, Tibet, Nepal).
He finished his academical studies in 1998 with his doctoral thesis at the Institute for Psychology and Psychosomatic Medicine (Professor Michael Wirsching) of the University of Freiburg.
After his studies he established his first medical practice. Here he marked the beginning of applied research that related the knowledge of modern science (physics, biomechanics, statics, neuroscience) to the traditional knowledge based on experience (acupuncture, dietetics). Over the next years Kurt Mosetter and his brother Reiner Mosetter created a new specific and very effective approach of therapy called Myoreflex Therapy. This genuine form of manual therapy has been beneficent for people suffering from pain, stress and trauma ever since.
In the course of the following years they established several medical practices and cooperative projects (in Germany: Constance, Cologne, Hamburg; in Switzerland: Zurich, Berlingen, Solothurn, Locarno).
Furthermore Kurt Mosetter is supervisor for more than 40 medical practices, working to the rule of the Myoreflextherapy. In addition to this function Kurt Mosetter supervises the education department for basic and advanced training in Myoreflex Therapy and personally teaches classes about his theoretical and practical concept in Germany and Switzerland.
On the basis of the dynamics of stress, trauma and accordingly psychotraumatic stress Kurt and Reiner Mosetter are closely connected to the Institute for Psychology and Psychotraumatology of the University of Cologne and its founder, Prof. Dr. Gottfried Fischer, who is one of the important pioneers in this field. Dr. Mosetter is also closely connected to Professor Werner Reutter. Dr. Reutter is head of the Institute for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of the Charité Clinic at the University of Berlin. In cooperation, Reutter and Mosetter are engaged in research about physiological and biophysical molecular stress.
Myoreflex Therapy has also proven to be a highly effective therapeutic measure for treating injuries in the field of professional sports such as soccer, hockey, tennis, and various others. Dr. Mosetter has been supporting several individual professional athletes as well as internationally renowned sports teams such as FC Bayern Muenchen (with head coach Juergen Klinsmann), TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, and the German national hockey team.
ZiT – Zentrum für interdisziplinäre Therapien
Obere Laube 44
D 78462 Konstanz
Tel. 0049 (0)7531 915501
Fax. 0049 (0)7531 915067
info@mosetter.de www.myoreflextherapie.de

Dr. Rainer Mosetter (Philosopher MA, researcher, educator, myoreflex-practioner and music therapist, Konstanz and Cologne/Germany)
– Workshop: Coping with molecular stress from electromagnetic fields (together with his brother Kurt) (had to cancel, will be present at the Elsymposium in 2011)
www.myoreflex.de, www.myoreflex.co.uk

Dr. med. Joachim Mutter (Researcher for environmental medicine (formerly at University of Freiburg), bestselling author and pioneering critic of metal toxicity and vaccinations; Konstanz/Germany and Brasil) (had to cancel, will be present at the Elsymposium in 2011)

– The amalgam connection: Metal toxicity and electrosensitivity
– Radiation free zones as therapeutic reserves for electro-sensitive people
http://www.zahnklinik.de/umwelt_integrativ;
http://www.alpenparlament.tv/playlist/april-2009-forst/107-behandlung-und-praevention-von-krankheiten-die-durch-toxische-wirkung-von-elektromagnetischen-felder-entstehen

Dr. med Audun Myskja (Physician, researcher, founder of Unity therapy, author and musician, awarded the Quality Prize of the Norwegian Medical Association; Oslo/Norway)
– Electromagnetism in the Human Body and Consciousness
– Brain research, music and medicine of the future
– How to survive the digital everyday – simple exercises for body and soul
www.livshjelp.no

Audun Myskja M.D., is a specialist in family medicine, palliative care and music in medicine (since 1981). He is a Fellow in music therapy, PhD project researcher integrating music in health service institutions at University of Bergen, certified Tomatis consultant and he is medical director at Senter for livshjelp (Life Aid Centre for integrated medicine; www.livshjelp.no). He has had a general practice, and leads workshops in medical self-care and integrative and energy medicine based on tools for healing and empowerment philosophy. Dr. Myskja has led and/or supervised ten national and international projects on music in medicine, published several research articles in refereed journals and is referee in several medical journals, including Norwegian Medical Directory. He has practiced in energy healing, polarity bodywork, toning (therapeutic voice work) and flower essences since 1976. He has led workshops in meditation, self-healing, sound therapy and energy medicine since 1988. Audun Myskja is an international lecturer on music in medicine and integrative care, has authored a dozen books on complementary therapies and several cds/dvds on relaxation and spirituality.
Dr. Myskja teaches unity therapy, a method for integration of the body and spirit through precise therapeutic work with energy fields, a teachable method for seeing/perceiving energy and uncovering the potential locked-in and stagnant energy patterns through sound/resonance. Audun was awarded the Quality Prize of the Norwegian Medical Association 2002 for the development of research-based practical methods to improve care of vulnerable patient groups.
Audun Myskja is a pioneering researcher in “the exciting interface between new research in music and the emerging practice of sound healing», looking specifically at:
• Research projects paving the way for integrative medicine
• Clinical examples of the effects of sound and music from thirty years of medical practice
• Music therapy methods of particular relevance for energy medicine
• Videos illustrating the rhythmic self-healing system in the body
• Voice therapy techniques, live with the audience

Dr. med. Gerd Oberfeld (Adviser and speaker for environmental medicine, Austrian Medical Association and Public Health Department, Salzburg/Austria)
Dr. Oberfeld is known for the Salzburg limit values 1998 and 2002 for mobile phone base stations.
– Health Effects and Electromagnetic Pollution in our Environment
– Dirty Electricity: A new dimension of electromagnetic stress
– Workshop: The healthy sleeping place: assessment and
relief of stressfactors
http://www.salzburg.gv.at/umweltmedizin.htm
Dr. Gerd Oberfeld was born in1960 in Klagenfurt, Austria. Dr. Oberfeld holds a master degree for general medicine (MD) from the University of Vienna.
He is working with the Public Health Department of the Salzburg State Government since 1992 being responsible for environmental medicine tasks.
Since 1994 he is adviser and speaker for environmental medicine of the Austrian Medical Association being also responsible for the postgraduate course in Environmental Medicine.
Dr. Oberfeld has been scientific adviser of the Government of Southern Tyrol (Italy) for the implementation of the postgraduate course in Environmental Medicine 2005.
Main activities of the last years
• Project leader and Co-leader for epidemiological studies for asthma and allergies (e.g. ISAAC Salzburg 1995 & 1996)
• Project leader of the public health prevention project «Asthma Project for Children & Teenagers in Salzburg»
• Expert of the working group for the «WHO- Charter Traffic, Environment & Health» prepared for the Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health, London 1999
• Expert in the WHO project «Road Traffic Related Air pollution», prepared for the Ministerial Conference on Environment & Health, London 1999
• Organizer of the «International Conference for Cell Tower Siting – Linking Science & Public Health, Salzburg 7-8 June 2000»
• Exposure analyses and epidemiological investigations with respect to biological effects and health effects of electric, magnetic and electromagnetic fields (EMF))
Politics advice in matters of public health.

Alexander Popp (Orthodontist; Interdisciplinary research assistant of Prof. Fritz-Albert Popp at the International Institute of Biophysics. Neuss, Germany)
– The light of the human body cells: Biophotonics, bio-coherence and regulation diagnosis, according to Prof. F.A. Popp
– Workshop: Biophotonics as a tool for diagnosis and therapy of electrosensitivity
http://www.biophotonik.de; http://www.lifescientists.de/

Education as orthodontist for 4 years. Since 2003, research assistant of Prof. Fritz-Albert Popp at the International Institute of Biophysics in Neuss. He is principally concerned in the further development of biophysical equipment for medical region.

Litterature:
Alexander Popp: Die Lognormalverteilung als typisches Maß des Regulationszustandes (Arzt Zahnarzt und Naturheilverfahren 2/08, Seite 12-14)
Alexander Popp: Die Regulationsdiagnose nach Prof. Fritz-Albert Popp (OM&Ernährung 11/09, Seite 2 bis 4)
Alexander Popp: Problemzonen durch die Regulationsdiagnose aufgedeckt (Zeitschrift: Comed 01/10 Seite: 78)
International Institute of Biophysics e.V.
Worldwide there are about 40 scientific groups working on biophotons. The biggest association is the International Institute of Biophysics (IIB) e.V., founded in 1996 in Neuss (Germany) for an interdisciplinary approach of the understanding and the investigation of living systems. 14 institutes (governmental research institutes and universities) are connected in common research on:

Coherence in Biology
Biocommunication
Biophotonics
Regulation diagnostic
The Regulation diagnostic is useful to get, in 10 minutes, a Holistic view at the Regulation capabilities of a person. You have to take 1000 points of resistance with a Featherelectrode at the palm and the end- or beginning points of Acupuncture, from the hands.
It is very important to take 1000 points of resistance of the skin, to get a higher significance and exclude the deviation of single points. From these 1000 points the conductivity will be calculated (The reciprocal of the resistance) to protract it to the frequency. If there occurs a Lognormal distribution, then the multiplicative Organisation principle is given, and we know that there is no random value, so the cells are connected to each other. If there is a Gaussian distribution, we have had measured only random values and get the additive organisation principle; this means there must be chaos between the cells.
The Regulation diagnostic is a tool which is used in medical practice to control therapies.

Erling Vebenstad (environmental advisor and NLP Master Practitioner, many years of experience as engineer within radio- and telecommunication; Trondheim/Norway)
– EMF: a part of environmental certification?
– Body – soul methods to strengthen and protect ourselves
www.balansepluss.no

Heiko Wenner (Building biologist, consultation services for building using organic materials – surveys for electrosmog, harmful substances and geopathic pollution; Langen near Frankfurt/Germany)
-Building biology: Healthy sleeping places and work situations “holistic therapy”
-Negative interactions of electrosmog, metal tocicity and geopathic stress
http://akury.com/baubiologie

Professor Berit Ås (Social psychologist, 1. Deputy Chairman of SV party, and founder of the former Nordic women’s university; Oslo/Norway)
– A historic perspective on electromagnetic and radioactive radiation in the community debate: about the synergy effect
http://www.hersketeknikker.no/