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Antonio Ferrigno
local time: 2017-10-17 23:13 (+01:00 )
Antonio Ferrigno About
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Interests: Relativity

I am an Italian citizen living in Holland. I was born in 1955, in Cava dei Tirreni, a small town not far from Naples and from Salerno.

I studied Physics at the University of Salerno. After my degree, I spent some years doing research in superconductivity (at the Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt in Berlin and at the Salerno University). I decided thereafter to join the European Patent Office (EPO) in the Netherlands (in Rijswijk, a small town near the Hague). I have been living in the Netherlands (and working at the EPO) since 1986.

In my free time I like to read any theory challanging Einstein's Relativity theory or to carry out a theoretical research on this subject. I am in fact convinced that there is something wrong with Einstein's theory, notwithstanding its huge number of successes and nearly universal acceptance by physicists.


  • "Frequency Tuning by Magnetic Field in Josephson-Junction Fluxon Oscillators," Lettere al Nuovo Cimento, V34, S2, N4, pp. 121-124 (May 1982). (with S. N. Erne, S. Di Genova & R. D. Parmentier)
  • "Fluxon Propagation and Fiske Steps in Long Josephson Tunneling Junctions," Phys. Review B, (Condensed Matter), V27, N9, pp. 5440-5446 (May 1983). (with S. N. Erne & R. D. Parmentier)
  • "Phase-Shift Effects of the I-V Characteristics of Zero-Field Current Spikes in Long Josephson Junctions," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, V23, N2, pp. 1102-1105 (Mar 1987).