Jeffrey Dunne

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Jeff Dunne received his Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics in 1998 from Purdue University, and spent several years teaching engineering and physics at the undergraduate level. He joined the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in 2003 as a researcher focused on acoustics, but quickly broadened his research pursuits to include modeling and simulation, signal processing, biometrics and identity management, cyber security, sensing technologies, augmented and virtual reality, and several other fields. The majority of his “at work” time since 2010, however, has concentrated on data science, with a specific focus on information representation and semantic reasoning. Outside of work, Jeff pursues a different, but equally diverse, set of intellectual pursuits in the study of consciousness and cognition, energetics, philosophy, linguistics, and communications. He is an award-winning playwright, an enthusiastically mediocre stage actor, an intermittent author of fantasy and science fiction, and serves on the editorial boards of multiple journals. In 2017 Jeff became Chairman of the Board of the International Consciousness Research Laboratories (ICRL), where his primary activities are directed towards an integrated approach to applying an understanding of consciousness to unify art, science, health, and education.

Participation On Humanity Rising

Day 75 - Developing Personal Empowerment in a Time of COVID
Day 456 Fri 4/15/22 Language: The Ultimate Tool for Cleaving Humanity
Day 706 Fri 5/26/23 Nexus: a Novel for Exploring the Nature of Time, Causality, and Purpose
Day 833 Mon 1/15/24 Science & Consciousness Summit I: Foundations of Scientific Research into Consciousness
Day 844 Tue 1/30/24 The Gift of Anomalies

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Dr. Jeffrey Dunne is the President and Chairman of the Board of the International Consciousness Research Laboratories (ICRL), a charitable research organization established in the late 1990's to build upon the foundation laid through the research carried out at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory. In addition to his role with ICRL, Jeff is a systems engineer and researcher in the fields of data science and artificial intelligence at the Johns Hopkins University, where he augments his focus on the nature of consciousness with skills in a wide range of technical disciplines, from signal processing and acoustics to data fusion and linguistics. Jeff is also an award-winning author and playwright. With his recently published novel, Nexus, he weaves together the scientific and the spiritual to introduce the principle of syntropy to readers of any age and background, emphasizing the importance of finding balance at every scale—personal, societal, and global.