International Symposium: Biological Effects of Wireless Technology, Mainz, Germany, October 2019

Kompetenzinitiative zum Schutz von Mensch, Umwelt und Demokratie e.V. in cooperation with diagnose:funk – Umwelt- und Verbraucherorganisation zum Schutz vor elektromagnetischer Strahlung, Europäische Akademie für Umweltmedizin (EUROPAEM), Pandora – Stiftung für unabhängige Forschung, Verband Baubiologie and other partners, and sponsored by Stiftung für Kinder, Freiburg and Auerbach Stiftung, Tettnang, organize an International Public Symposium on “Technical progress or progressive irresponsibility? Biological Effects of Wireless Technology” that will take place on October 4. – 6., 2019 at the Kurfürstliches Schloss Mainz.

Excerpts from the symposium announcement (detailed schedule of the symposium will be announced later):

Cell phones, Smartphones, Tablets … Smart Home … Smart City … Internet of Things … The digital transformation of our society is expected to continue with the new 5G standard, largely through mobile and wireless communication. As a result, radiation exposure due to mobile and wireless communication technologies, their infrastructure and applications will increase enormously.

What health risks are involved? What are the possible consequences for particular groups at risk, especially children and adolescents?

The conference will provide easy-to-understand overviews of the “biological effects” of mobile and wireless communication technologies as well as in-depth discussions that will be as accessible to non-experts as possible. Internationally renowned speakers will share firsthand information and recommendations in lectures, workshops, documentary films and panel discussions, inviting everybody to join the discussion.

Four chapters in the program:

  1. The current state of risk research
  2. Wireless radiation risks for the future of life
  3. Workshops
  4. About the political and legal situation – For a new precautionary policy

Invited Speakers

  • Adj.Prof. Dariusz Leszczynski,
  • Prof. Martin Pall,
  • Prof. Wilhelm Mosgöller,
  • Prof. Karl Hecht,
  • Dr. Devra Davis,
  • Prof. Michael Kundi,
  • Peter Hensinger M.A.,
  • Prof. Gertraud Teuchert-Noodt,
  • Prof. Dominique Belpomme,
  • Prof. Lennart Hardell,
  • Prof. Wilfried Kühling,
  • Richter a.D. Bernd I. Budzinski,
  • Dr. Marc Arazi,
  • Dr. George Carlo.

Documentary Film:

  • presented by Klaus Scheidsteger & Dipl. Ing. Lothar Moll.

Workshops from a medical, educational and building biology perspective:

  • Dr. Monika Krout,
  • Dr. Petra Wiechel,
  • Dr. Klaus Scheler,
  • Steffen Heil,
  • Dipl. Ing. Joachim Gertenbach.

All presentations and discussions will be simultaneously translated into English or German, respectively.The Electoral Palace of Mainz, the conference venue, will be kept free of Wi-Fi.


7 thoughts on “International Symposium: Biological Effects of Wireless Technology, Mainz, Germany, October 2019

  1. Pingback: Video of Leszczynski lecture in Mainz, Germany | BRHP – Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  2. Congragulations! I am keen interested to Participate and to contribute . My name is Dr Stella Canna Michaelidou, President of the Cyprus Commiittee on environment and children’s health, We are working since 2014 in the EMF/RF area aiming to inform, educate doctors and Health professionals , raise awareness and provide science based advice and intervention at Policy level . We are signatory of the Nicosia Delaration on EMF/RF, 2017, http///

  3. Please consider recording this conference on DVD’S so those of us that can not attend can learn this much needed and timely information. Thank you!

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  5. Sounds good and hopeful.

    So nice to see a thorough conference on the effects of wireless technology.

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