About the event
1st International Non-local & Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Symposium (IN-UAPS): the wind of change…
This hybrid (online & in-person) symposium on November 4-5 in the heart of European academia aims at providing a broad de-stigmatized overview of inter-related aspects of UAPs, including (but not limited to):
- sightings (e.g. data collection and computational analysis, anomalous characteristics, statistics, aviation safety);
- contact with other intelligences (e.g. abductions, experiences under meditation or hypnosis, healings);
- PSI / non-local phenomena (e.g. remote viewing, out-of-body experiences, telepathy, time anomalies, related lab experiments);
- sociological / psychological / political / ontological / medical / religious perspectives and implications for mankind.
The event is organized by Dr. Andrea Lani (KU Leuven, Scientific Coalition for UAP studies), Ted Roe (NARCAP, UAP Medical Coalition, American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics - UAP Integration & Outreach committee) and Philippe Ailleris (American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics - UAP Integration & Outreach committee, UFO data, Scientific Coalition for UAP studies) and will be in hybrid format, i.e. in person and broadcasted online.
22 international experts with the most diversified research background (e.g. astronomy/astrophysics, engineering, sociology, theology, psychology, political sciences, medicine, investigative journalism) and, in many cases, direct exposure to UAPs will share their own experiences, together with actual data points, research findings, perspectives and theories with a large and diversified audience, including many academics.
This initiative follows international efforts from academics around the world to start discussing and researching all aspects of this fascinating topic which is finally getting destigmatized thanks to a growing interest from mainstream media, declassification of US government's data, Congressional hearings, involvement of organizations such as NASA, DOD, American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA), the Galileo Project (lead by Prof. Avi Loeb from Harvard University) and top scientists like Prof. Garry Nolan (Stanford University, holder of 40 patents).
Three of the most game-changing articles about UAPs ever published on mainstream newspapers/channels, which radically changed the dynamics of the scientific, ontological and political discussion, leading to the recent hearings at the US Congress, were co-authored by Leslie Kean (investigative journalist for the New York Times and keynote speaker in our event!):
"Glowing Auras and 'Black Money'..." (New York Times, 12/16/2017).
"'Wow, What Is That?' Navy Pilots Report Unexplained Flying Objects" (New York Times, 5/26/2019).
"Intelligence Officials Say U.S. Has Retrieved Craft Of Non-Human Origin" (The Debrief, 6/5/2023).
Why should you sponsor?
To help 22 brave and high-profile individuals, with the most diversified backgrounds, share new compelling data and perspectives providing honest answers to the most fascinating question for mankind: "Are we alone?"
To help remove stigma in an academic environment about a serious topic that can help us understand our real place in the universe.
To help empowering a unique and disruptive event, bringing together 12 academics/scientists with PhD, world-famous journalists, TV hosts, representatives of international UAP organizations, all united for the mission of letting the world know the truth.
To help changing the world for the better, on the path towards truth. Truth is light.
I am an aerospace (and computational) engineer, PhD, research manager at the Center for mathematical Plasma Astrophysics in KU Leuven, one of the top universities in Europe where I lead a team of 10+ young researchers developing models and software for simulating (re-)entry flows around space vehicles, solar plasmas and space weather phenomena. I have co-authored 100+ scientific papers, of which 45 in peer-reviewed journals (https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Andrea-Lani). In the past, I also worked at NASA Ames and Stanford as a postdoctoral fellow. I am currently the PI of MEESST, a large European project (3.5M euros, 30+ researchers from 6 countries and 10 institutions) aiming at developing a game-changing magnetic shielding technology for future spacecrafts.
Funnily enough, my passion for space began in Italy in 1983 (I was 8 yr old), after a close encounter with a glowing UFO that materialized out of nowhere, started spinning at high RPM and disappeared 30 feet away from me and my parents. This was followed by many more sightings so far, of which some caught on tape. I recently joined the Scientific Coalition of UAP studies (SCU), an organization that counts 250 members of which half with PhDs and 30% professors, all motivated in studying the phenomenon in question with a scientific approach.
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