CURRICULUM VITAE 
Personal data Name: Matti Juhani Pitkänen. Date of birth: 30.10. 1950. Place of birth: Kiuruvesi, Finland. Nationality: Finnish. Gender, marital: male, divorced. Family: two sons (Paavo, born 1975 and Timo, born 1978), two daughters (EevaRiikka, born 1981 and MarjaElina, born 1984). 
Academic background Studies in physics, theoretical physics and mathematics in the University Helsinki, started 1970. Candidate of philosophy in theoretical physics in 1977. Licenciate of philosophy in theoretical physics in 1982. Ph. D. in theoretical physics in 1982 (opponent professor Jouko Mickelson, Univ. of Jyväskylä) Thesis: andquot;Topological Geometrodynamicsandquot;. 
Scientific Employments June 1.Sept 30. 1976, Jan 1.May 31., July 1.Aug 31., Nov 1.Nov 30. 1977, April.1. 1978Oct 12. 1979: assistant at the Department of Theoretical Physics. June 1. 1980  May 31. 1981: research assistant at Helsinki University of Technology. July 1.Sept. 15. 1984, May 25.Sept 30. 1985 , Nov 1.  Dec 12. 1985: research worker at Research Center of NESTE OY. Aug.1. 1987 Aug. 30. 92: teacher in the Department of Theoretical Physics. Oct.1. 1996 July 30. 1997: researcher in the Division of High Energy Physics, Dept. of Physics in University of Helsinki. 
The most important publications

24 online books about TGD and TGD inspired theory of consciousness There are 13 online books about TGD. Topological Geometrodynamics: An Overview: Part I Topological Geometrodynamics: An Overview: Part II Quantum TGD as InfiniteDimensional Spinor Geometry Towards MMatrix: Part I Towards MMatrix: Part II Physics as Generalized Number Theory: Part I Physics as Generalized Number Theory: Part II Classical Physics in ManySheeted SpaceTime: Part I Classical Physics in ManySheeted SpaceTime: Part II pAdic Length Scale Hypothesis Hyperfinite Factors and Dark Matter Hierarchy: Part I Hyperfinite Factors and Dark Matter Hierarchy: Part II TGD and Fringe Physics There are 11 online books about TGD inspired theory of consciousness. TGD Inspired Theory of Consciousness BioSystems as SelfOrganizing Systems Quantum Hardware of Living Systems BioSystems as Conscious Holograms Genes and Memes: Part I Genes and Memes: Part II TGD and EEG
TGD based view about living matter and remote mental interactions: Part I TGD View about Living Matter and Remote Mental Interactions: Part II Magnetospheric Consciousness Mathematical Aspects of Consciousness 
Articles in journals and books M. Dudziak and M. Pitkänen (1998), Quantum selforganization theory with applications to hydrodynamics and the simultaneity of local chaos and global particle like behaviour, ECHO III conference proceedings Emergence, Complexity, Hierarchy, Organization, Espoo 1998, Acta Polytechica Scandinavica. M. Dudziak and M. Pitkänen, How Topological Condensation of Photons Could Make Possible Energy Extraction in Deep Space? , Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Astronautics and DeepSpace Missions, Aosta Italy, June 30July 3, 1998. M. Pitkänen (2000) Matter, Mind and Quantum: a Topological Geometrodynamics Perspective in The Physical Nature of Consciousness, ed. Philip van Loocke. Advances in Consciousness Research series. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam. M. Pitkänen (2001), Biosystems as macroscopic quantum systems, CASYS'2000 conference proceedings. IJCAS (International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems), Vol 10, 2001, ed. D. Dubois. M. Pitkänen (2001), About strange effects related to rotating magnetic systems, New Energy Technologies, issue #3, December 2001. IJCAS, Vol 10, 2001. M. Pitkänen (2002), Spectroscopy of Consciousness, CASYS'2001 conference proceedings. IJCAS (International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems), Vol 13, 2002, ed. D. Dubois. M. Pitkänen (2002), Topological Geometrodynamics, Part I: General Theory, Topological Geometrodynamics, Part II: Applications, in Chaos, Solitons, and Fractals. vol 13, No 6, May 2002. M. Pitkänen (2002), Fatima Marian apparitions and TGD inspired theory of consciousness Article in antology to be published by Multicultural Apparitions Research International Academic Network. (The Project coordinator is the Historian Joaquim Fernandes and it is centered in the CTEC_Center for Transdisciplinary Studies on Consciousness, at the University Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal). M. Pitkänen (2003), A Strategy for Proving Riemann
Hypothesis, Acta Math. Univ. Comeniae, vol. 72.
http://www.emis.math.ca/EMIS/journals/AMUC/.
A slightly updated version of article is M. Pitkänen (2006), Is Dark Matter Quantum Coherent in Astrophysical Scales? To appear in CASYS'2005 conference proceedings. IJCAS (International Journal of Computing Anticipatory Systems), 2005, ed. D. Dubois. M. Pitkänen (2007), Quantization of Planck constants and Dark Matter Hierarchy in Biology and Astrophysics in the book Quantization in Astrophysics, Brownian Motion, and Supersymmetry, MathTugerm 2007, Chennai, Tamil Nandu, India. M. Pitkänen (2007), Quantization of Planck constants and Dark Matter Hierarchy in Biology and Astrophysics in the book Quantization in Astrophysics, Brownian Motion, and Supersymmetry, MathTugerm 2007, Chennai, Tamil Nandu, India. M. Pitkänen (2007), Could qLaguerre equation explain the chained fractionization of the principal quantum number for hydrogen atom? in the book Quantization in Astrophysics, Brownian Motion, and Supersymmetry, MathTugerm 2007, Chennai, Tamil Nandu, India. M. Pitkänen (2007), Nuclear String Hypothesis in the book Hadron Models and Related New Energy Issues, InfoLearnQuest, USA, November 2007. In print. M. Pitkänen (2007), The notion of Free Energy and Manysheeted spacetime in the book Hadron Models and Related New Energy Issues, InfoLearnQuest, USA, November 2007. In print. M. Pitkänen (2007), About Some Unsolved Problems in Physics in the book Hadron Models and Related New Energy Issues, InfoLearnQuest, USA, November 2007. In print. M. Pitkänen (2017), Philosophy of Adelic Physics in the book Trends and Mathematical Methods in Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences, pages 241319. Springer. 
Articles in online journals

Online articles at homepage

Other Activities
Participated about 9 conferences in field of particle physics and mathematical physics.

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