Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President






Friedemann Freund

John Scoville (Scientific Department Director)
Leo Cullum (Fundraising Department Director
Suha Ülgen (Strategy Department Director)
tba (Production-Planning and Production Department Director)
Ronald Karel (Foreign Affairs Department Director)

tba (İnternational Legal Department)
tba (Corporate Shared Services İT Department)
tba (Finance Department)
tba (Press and Public Relation)

John Scoville

John Scoville is a physicist at SETI and San Jose State University.  He has been involved in a broad range of research, spanning biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and computer science.  He previously held research appointments at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and the Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, as well as the accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.  Recently, he has studied the electromagnetic behavior of stressed rocks and various signals that could potentially give prior warning of earthquake activity.

Scientific Department

Ground Station Section
Satellite Section
Laboratory Section
Data’s collection and Transfer Section
Research Section
Earth Science Section
Human and animal reactions Section
Scientific department will visit each Block to participate the installation of ground stations, visit HO s, meet the scientific team and help their request, install every sensors and check them, examine datas from satellites and help the Computer departments if they need help.

Ronald Karel

Ronald Karel, a dual French-­Turkish citizen, has had a longstanding interest in meteorology, in particular in clouds and unusual cloud formations. At the age of 13-­14 he began weather forecasts across his native Turkey. At age 16, in the afternoon of 28 March In 1970, he noticed strange “non-­ meteorological clouds” above Istanbul. During the following night, a disastrous magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck near-­by Gediz. The same method, looking for unusual cloud formations, led to several more earthquake predictions. Over the years Ronald Karel travelled to different countries in Europe to talk about his approach. He visited WMO in Geneva, UNESCO in Paris, İmperial University in London and other organizations but no-­one wanted to listen. The only organization that showed interest was the Japanese Meteorological Agency. Dr. Yoshihiro Sawada of JMA provided him with meteorological maps prior to big earthquakes in Japan. However, in the early 1970s, the technology was not yet advanced enough to capture abnormal weather conditions. During his military service in Askale/Erzurum, Turkey, in the mid-­1970s Ronald Karel further developed his “meteoquake” theory. However, it continued to be rejected for over 30 years. From the University of Jussieu in Paris to the New York University in New York City, to the Russian Academy of Sciences and NOAA in Boulder, Colorado, USA, no organization showed interest. In 2006 Ronald Karel created the Meteoquake Research Centre in London and the İnternational Society for Earthquake Precursors, which has been joined by many scientists from around the world. He participated in the 2006 İUGG Conference in Perugia, İtaly, and the first DEMETER Workshop 2007 in Toulouse, France. Recently Dr. Friedemann Freund of NASA provided evidence that massive air ionization at the ground-­to-air interface may be linked to the build-­up of tectonic stresses in the Earth’s crust prior to major earthquake, thereby providing for the first time a physical explanation for unusual cloud formation. Since then several research groups around the world have started to express interest in the Meteoquake theory.

Foreign Affairs Department

İnstallation of Ground Stations on selected countries in all Blocks around the world
Organize to receive datas from different satellites
Selection of partner universities in each Block (A to F) on selected countries. One university for each block to collect datas
Find other universities (if necessary) to collect some datas (maybe satellite) to send to the master university for each Block
(Coordination of the secondary universities to transfer datas to the Dokuz Eylul University for Block A countries)
Same procedure for each Block
Each master university will send datas to HQ. GeoCosmo-NASA Ames Research Park
The department duty is also to find the right scientific team.. Ex. Dokuz Eylül University for BLock A as a Master university. İn A BLock there are countries from Croatia to Pakistan.. So, find a secondary university- satellite department from Serbia to collect some datas to send to Dokuz Eylül University DEU. Same for example from Pakistan.. For example the zoo of Pakistan will send some paperwork concerning animal behavior before earthquakes and they will send datas to DEU. etc etc
This is valid for each Block.
Each BLock will have a master university and also Head Office HO.. Each HO will send datas-informations to GeoCosmo-NASA

Strategy Department

Choose the countries with high level of seismic risk
Political relations among the partner countries
Choose the way to approach countries in politically sensitive areas
Establish contact with the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty organization
Help with making strategic plans for the future of GeoCosmo
Approach governments for OFFSET or similar projects

Production Department

Product Purchase Section
Product Factory Section
Quality Control Section
Product- Sensors Import & Export Section