ELOS 2023

Francisco Bulnes

Francisco Bulnes, Speaker at Optic Conferences
Title : Fermion derived products from an electromagnetic plasma reactor


Studies on the electromagnetic plasma have demonstrated the existence of derived products from electromagnetic plasma as are phonons, fermions, ions, free electrons and protons, magnetic and electric drifts, producing an ionic force that could be used as propulsion force. Experimentally and considering direct current and voltage in a constant regime, has been detected as ionic wind which carries fermion products to be used in a possible propulsion of ionic type. This raises another way for electromagnetic propulsion proposed in many works. Likewise through a caption and detection camera, are measured the electromagnetic properties of the ionic flow of the space, derived from the electromagnetic plasma. Therefore is proposed an ionic propeller considering the pressure gradients due to electrons and ions concentrated in a little region of shock wavesproduced with an electric field. The mean curvature energy is used to measure and control the ionic flow.

Audience Take Away:

  • The immediately applications will can be useful in the following developments of the reactors by plasma.
  • Is this research that other faculty could use to expand their research or teaching?
  • Likewise this focused to the advanced navigation and astronautics engineering.
  • Will it improve the accuracy of a design, or provide new information to assist in a design problem? Yes do it, because the research has new fundamentals and high prospective.
  • Extend and induce the plasma and MHD theories, and consider new aspects and contributions


Dr. Francisco Bulnes obtained a Ph.D. in Mathematical Sciences from the Mathematics Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico (IM-UNAM). He also has two post-doctorate degrees in Mathematics, obtained in Cube and Russia. He is currently the director of Investigación Internacional Avanzada en Matemáticas e Ingeniería (IINAMEI), Mexico. He is editor-in-chief and reviewer of national and international journals of mathematics and a member of various international committees of science. He is head of the Research Department, Grupo de Investigación del Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores Chalco (GI-TESCHA). Dr. Bulnes has published more than 120 papers in mathematics and physics research journals. He has also written several books in these areas and has many theories, theorems, and math objects to his credit. He is a recipient of various honors and awards from universities and governmental and non-governmental organizations. He is a distinguished member of the Czech Republic Mathematics Society (JCFM).