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Joseph J Jean-Claude is an Electronics and Laser-Optics Associate Engineer with formal education completed at the International Correspondence School (Scranton, PA) for Electronics engineering and the Massachusetts Bay Junior College for Laser Optics engineering. Trade experience of 30 years in electronics technology and 5 years in laser optics technology. He holds patent No 6,078,653 by the United States Patent & Trademark Office for a Telecom product, He has been until recently a small business owner in the telecom sector and developed a 25-year long venture based on a suite of products rooted on the mentioned USPTO patent. As a consultant with GTE Labs-Verizon, he developed the entire business and technical process modeling for Service Assurance and Performance Management of the Telecom Management Network geared to control their $ multi-billion Global Network Infrastructure (GNI).

Joseph J Jean-Claude is a diplomate of a pedagogical interamerican Center (Centro Interameriano de Idiomas – Caracas, Venezuela) with specialty in Spanish teaching as a foreign language. He has taught English as a foreign language for 2 years at the high school level to French-speaking students. He is fluent in the following languages: English – French – Spanish – Creole, and has published in French and English. Earlier in his life, he had won scholarships and awards respectively by the United Nations and the Givre Foundation of Argentina dedicated to promotion of human and social sciences in the subcontinent. He became Phi Theta Kappa member for academic excellence while in college.

Joseph has conducted long-running research in Theoretical Physics, with many published monographs and a plethora of academic articles on fundamental physics. He is a member of the American Physical Society (APS), a well-known dependency of the American Institute of Physics (AIP). Joseph carries out research in Cognitive Science and Psychopathology, Foundations of Mathematics, Relativity and Quantum Physics. He currently holds a count of nearly 40,000 reads of his writings altogether among the scholarly audience (SSRN – ResearchGate – Academia.edu).