The digital transformation and 5G / wireless communication technologies profoundly shape our lives today. Which biological effects can wireless radiation exposures from these technologies have? Basic research projects have dealt with this question for a long time, reaching well into debates on theories and methods. The new pioneering study ATHEM 3 (Athermal Effects of Electromagnetic Field Exposure Associated with Mobile Communications) will be presented to the public for the first time, blazing its own trail, a trail that is probably unique worldwide. By bringing together all research disciplines relevant to wireless communication technologies and having top scientists, engineers, and laboratories cooperate with each other, ATHEM 3 has been able to achieve extraordinary results in studying humans, which will set a new standard for international research. The pioneering study was accompanied and documented by a documentary crew – basic research that affects all our lives directly.
Prof. Dr. med. Wilhelm Mosgöller
Center for Cancer Research at the Medical University Vienna.
Several scientific awards for interdisciplinary projects/publications. Expert witness in current US American compensation lawsuits. Among others, project coordinator of the ATHEM 1 and ATHEM 2 studies on behalf of the Austrian Workers’ Board of Compensation (AUVA) “Safety and Toxicology of Electromagnetic Fields in the Cell Phone Frequency Range.” Memberships: Austrian Standards Institute (Ö-Norm), Working Group TSK EMV-EMF; Wissenschaftlicher Beirat Funk (WBF) at the Austrian Federal Ministry of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology, observer status.
Prof. Dr. med. Igor Belyaev
Head research scientist und head of the Radiobiological Department at the Biomedical Research Center, Slovak Academy of Sciences. Member, among others: Working Group of the International EMF Project of the World Health Organization, Working Group for the Evaluation of RF Carcinogenicity of the International Agency on Research in Cancer; Memorial Fund Committee of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, Swedish National Committee for Radioscience, Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, European Association for Cancer Research. In 2011, he received the award for the most influential paper in bioelectromagnetic research 2006–2010 from the Bioelectromagnetics Society.
Prof. Dr. phil. Max Moser
Head of the Institute of Health Technology and Prevention Research, Human Research, Weiz.
In the 1990s, among others, head of a research team on space research (AUSTROMIR). Key research areas and numerous publications: chronobiology, sleep research, stress and relaxation research, autonomic regulation. Cofounder of Noah’s Ark, the largest private seed vault of Europe.
Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Frühwirth
Research assistant at the Institute of Health Technology and Prevention Research, Human Research, Weiz.
For the past 20 years, he has been involved in research and development of biomedical measurements with
a focus on signal processing, algorithms, machine learning, and biostatistics. Experience as a project leader for clinical studies.
Dr.-Ing. Dietrich Moldan
Founder and head of Dr. Moldan Umweltanalytik.
Environmental testing and analysis in Germany and abroad for building owners, government agencies, cities and municipalities, industrial facilities, commercial companies, as well as planners, architects, physicians, and naturopaths. Focus of work: ELF electric and magnetic fields, static electric and magnetic fields, and radio-frequency radiation. Numerous publications, presentations, educational training, seminars; radio and TV appearances.
Free journalist, author, and producer. Numerous TV reports and documentaries domestically and abroad. Since 2004 intense exploration of wireless communication technologies issue. His reports, among others, include “Portables en Accusation” (2006) for the French public broadcasting station FR2 and especially the documentary “Thank You For Calling” (2016), which has been distributed in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland, and since 2018 in France with the title “Ondes de Choc” (shockwaves). Board member of the Kompetenzinitiative e.V.