Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC) is honored to have a staff of supporting researchers from around the world who
have recognized the importance and credibility of the work being done by the SSRC. These professional scientists
and researchers are in many cases leaders in their fields.
Dr. Dong R. Choi
Choi is a specialist in global tectonics, Sun-Earth interaction, earthquakes and paleolands in the present-day oceans. He
is also the Editor-in-Chief of the New Concepts in Global Tectonics (NCGT) Newsletter. The NCGT publishes papers of its many
members and is widely followed for its leading edge research. Dr. Choi received his PhD in Geology from Hokkaido University,
Japan in 1972. He studied carbonate sedimentology at Comparative Sedimentology Laboratory, Univ. of Miami from 1977 to 1984
before moving to Australia to work for Bureau of Mineral Resources (now Geoscience Australia), Canberra where he had engaged
in studies of marine heat flow and geology of continental margins until 1988. Currently he is Director of Raax Australia Pty
Ltd, a borehole imaging and analysis company.
Boris P. Komitov
Dr. Komitov at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences is one of Europe’s foremost authorities on solar
cycle study and its effects on the climate of the Earth. He holds a M.S. in Physics from the Sofia University and PhD in Physics
from the Institute of Astronomy, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He is now a professor of Astronomy. Since 1996 he has concentrated
in solar activity analysis focusing on large time scale variations using sunspots and other proxies of solar activity. He
has published important and fundamental research papers dealing with the determination of climate change as a function of
the Sun’s behavior. He has concluded that the Earth has entered a new climate period that will be between the Dalton
Minimum and Maunder Minimum in terms of depth and extent of cold.
Dr. Giovanni P. Gregori
Gregori is one of the world’s leading scientists in the field of crustal stress measurement and earthquake prediction
with acoustical techniques with hundreds of published papers in the field. He holds a 'laurea' in physics and 'Libera Docenza'
from the University of Milan. Since 1963 he has served at the National Research Council of Italy, at IFA, the Istituto
di Fisica dell 'Atmosfera and the Istituto di Acustica e Sensoristica in Rome. He has also done extensive research into the
interaction of the Earth’s magnetosphere and solar wind. He has established himself as a senior authority on the Earth’s
total electromagnetic environment. He is an Associate of the Royal Astronomical Society and an Honorary Member of the Deutsche
Geophysikalische Gesellschaft e. V., Arbeitskreis Gesichte der Geophysik.