Nelson Abreu is the vice-director of Research and Scientific Communication at the non-profit International Academy of Consciousness. Born in Portugal to Goan parents, he began experiencing and studying consciousness in 1998, shortly after moving to Florida in the USA.
He went on to found the University of Florida's Science of Self Club, which organized a number of symposia and the first curricular psychology course on consciousness featuring the consciential paradigm, a scientific framework centered on consciousness. He has presented at University of Arizona, Utah Valley State College, University of Miami, Florida International University, Miami-Dade College, University of Florida, Penn State and in California, Tennessee, Texas, Canada, Mexico and his native Portugal. A power systems engineer and project manager by profession, he has served a
s Student Representative for Society for Scientific Exploration and is a contributing author of Filters and Reflections: Perspectives on Reality (ICRL Press), where he initiated his in on consciousness and physical systems. His research has encompassed consciousness and biological evolution, consciousness and physics and engineering, out-of-body experience, subtle energy and psychometry. He is also a collaborator with International Consciousness Research Laboratories (ICRL), formerly Princeton University's PEAR Lab.
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