Predicting Earthquakes in 2020:
20 Earthquakes in 20
It is a great value and service to humanity to be able to predict accuracy not only WHEN and earthquake will occur, but also the location of earthquake. It can save lives, families, homes, buildings and constructions from death and catastrophe. Geosciences have made progress over the years, but with few exceptions prediction is still more of an art than a solid science. The results are far shorter than what people would consider definitive. We will briefly review the field of prediction and focus to account for our promising research work on earthquake prediction, which allow prediction new ideas with good accuracy, and not only promise date and region or location coordinates. We will present also our research work which focus on Fibonacci, Dual and Lucas Series, linked to Rational Numbers and Resonance following on this to link to planetary orbits. This can effort in reliable long range time period precursors. Such methods are very promising for future, and in my opinion on of the best promising warning today. Finally we will be able to offer in the presentation dates, of some future dates based on our methods on higher probability of occurrence earthquake.
Anthony C. Boucouvalas received the B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Newcastle upon Tyne University, U.K., in 1978. He received his MSc and D.I.C. degrees in Communications Engineering from Imperial College, University of London, U.K., in 1979, and the PhD degree in fibre optics from Imperial College, in 1982.
Subsequently he joined GEC Hirst Research Centre, and became Group Leader and Divisional Chief Scientist working on fibre optic components, measurements and sensors, until 1987, when he joined Hewlett Packard Laboratories as Project Manager. At HP he worked in the areas of optical communication systems, optical networks, and instrumentation, until 1994, when he joined Bournemouth University. In 1996 he became a Professor in Multimedia Communications, and in 1999 became Director of the Microelectronics and Multimedia research Centre.
In 2006 he joined University of Peloponnese, where he served as Head of the Telecommunication Sciences and Technology Department at the University of Peloponnese in Greece for six years, where he is now a Professor. He has been invited to give many conference keynote addresses, in fiber optics, in web applications, intelligent systems and informatics for earthquake prediction.
His research interests lie in optical wireless communications, optical fibre communications, network protocol performance, and sensors, HCI communications and interfaces. He has published over 350 papers.
Prof. Boucouvalas is a Fellow of the Institution of Electrical.and Electronic Engineers (FIEEE), a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology, (FIET), a Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce, (FRSA).