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Heikki Sipilä, PhD

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Heikki Sipilä, PhD in Technical Physics (1978), beside his industrial initiatives and exacting developments of scientific instruments Dr. Sipilä has thoroughly examined the basis of physical theories and the message of Mach’s principle to the linkage between local and global. “Empirical verification of theories is incorruptible; nature is not built on epicycles or correction parameters.”

 

 

BIOGRAPHY

Heikki Sipilä graduated MSc and PhD from Technical Physics Department at Helsinki University of Technology.
Heikki Sipilä’s work as Chief Scientist of the Physics Institute of Outokumpu mining and metallurgy company produced unique expertise and industrial innovations in X-ray and gamma detector technology. Heikki Sipilä became one of the founders and the Chief Scientist of Metorex International Oy, a supplier of advanced detector technology for industry and space applications. Heikki Sipilä’s initiation into detector development for space programs derived from his keen interest in understanding the physical reality and his conviction of the importance of reliable experimental data for supporting theoretical considerations. Work for space programs brought him into close co-operation with space scientists and to the installation of Metorex detectors in scientific satellites in Europe, USA, and Japan. Retirement in 2009 has given Heikki Sipilä time to penetrate into fundamentals — enriched by the experience in one of the most demanding areas of experimental physics.

 

ACADEMIC EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Helsinki University of Technology, Department of Technical Physics, MSc (1969), PhD (1978)
  • Scientist at Outokumpu Oy, Institute of Physics, (1967-1975) - Originator of “X-MET”, portable x-ray fluorescence analyzer
  • Chief Scientist Outokumpu Oy, Institute of Physics (1975-1985) - Originator of “Courier 30” online x-ray fluorescence analyzer for ore slurries, - Development of high resolution gas filled proportional counters and their production
  • Chief Scientist of Outokumpu Electronics Oy (1985-1990) - Initiated space instrument activity
  • Executive vice president of Outokumpu Instruments Oy (1990-1994) - Development of “Micron” particle size analyzer for ore slurries
  • Co-founder of Metorex International Oy. Executive vice president (1994-1997)
  • Co-founder of Baltic Scientificc Instruments, CEO (1994)
  • Chief Scientist Metorex International Oy (1997-2005) - managing space instruments activity
  • Chief Scientist of Oxford Instruments Analytical Oy (2005-2009), retired 2009.

 

NOMINATIONS, MEMBERSHIPS

  • Member of the Finnish Academy of Technology, TTA since 1996
  • Helsinki Institute of Physics, Scientific Advisory Board since 2007
  • Micronova –Helsinki University of Technology , Managing Board since 2008
  • Member of the Finnish Society for Natural Philosophy, Board member since 2007
  • PPM-systems, Chairman of the board ( 1992-1997)
  • Diarc Technology Oy , Chairman of the Board (1992-1994)
  • Metorex International Oy, Board member (1994-2000)

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (most recent at the top)

Papers and presentations on space sciences

Zero-energy balanceZero-energy balanceHeikki Sipilä, The Zero-Energy Principle as a Fundamental Law of NatureLa Nuova Critica, Special Issue 63-64, ISSN 1824-9663 (2016), Scientific Models and a Comprehensive Picture of Reality, pp. 29-33.

VIDEO.

 

Heikki Sipilä, Mars-planeetan olosuhteiden kehitys, Luonnonfilosofian seura 17.2.2015, Miten Mars-planeetalla on voinut olla vettä? Tarkastelu kosmologian standardimallin ja Dynamic Universe -mallin ennusteden pohjalta.

PowerPoint-esitys

 

 

Heikki Sipilä: Avaruus laajenee, laajeneeko aurinkokunta? Ovatko Maa ja Mars ennen olleet lähempämnä aurinkoa? Selittääkö avaruuden laajeneminen maan geologista historiaa ja veden mahdollisen esiintymisen Mars-planeetalla?

Luonnonfilosofian seuran teema-ilta 13.5.2008: Mitä havainnot ja mallit viestittävät todellisuudesta?

PowerPoint-esitys

 

H.Sipilä, Inertia, Mach’s Principle and Expansion of Space, PIRT London (2006)

 

Papers and presentations on nuclear sciences and x-ray/gamma-ray detectors

R.Bellazini, G.Spandre, M.Minuti, L.Baldini, A.Brez, L.Latronico, N.Omodei, M.Razzano, M.M. Massai, M.PesceRollins, C.Sgro, Enrico Costa, Paolo Soffita, H.Sipila and E.Lempinen, A sealed Gas Pixel Detector for X-ray Astronomy. Vol. 576 Nucl. Instr.and Meth (2007) 853-858

A.Owens, M.Bavdaz, I. Lisjutin, A. Peacock, H.Sipilä, On the development of compound semiconductor thallium bromide detectors for astrophysics, Vol. 458 Nucl. Instr. and Meth. (2001) 413-417

A.Niemelä and H.Sipilä, Evaluation of CdZnTe detector for soft X-ray application, IEEE Transaction on Nuclear Science, Vol 41 (1994) 1054-1057

H.Sipilä and M-L- Järvinen, Extended lifetime of a wire chamber, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. 217(1983) 298

M-L. Järvinen and H.Sipilä, Average ionization energies of gas mixtures for X-rays, Nucl.Instr.and Meth. 217 (1983) 282

H.Sipilä, V. Vanhahonko, J. Bergqvist, Mathematical treatment of space charge effect in proportional counters, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. 176 (1980)

H.Sipilä, The Statistics of Gas Gain in Penning Mixtures, Nuclear Science, IEEE Transaction on, Vol 26 (1979) 181-185

H.Sipilä, Inert gas mixtures for proportional counters, Nucl.Instr.and Meth. 140 (1977) 389

H.Sipilä , Energy resolution of the proportional counter, Nucl.Instr.and Meth, 133 (1976) 251-252