Mukesh Chiman BHATT
Mukesh Chiman Bhatt is a trans-disciplinary polymathic autodidact and Chartered Physicist. Current research looks at the role of law and space law in particular from economic legal, evolutionary and agential perspectives in migrating to and settling outer space. core qualifications and competences in physics, languages, law, computing and translation technologies and the social sciences with invited publications and presentations in a range of related topics including space law, astrobiology, culture, psychology, philosophies, science fiction and defence and aerospace materials.
A member of the British Interplanetary Society, the Institute of Physics, the European Physical Society, NoRCEL (the Network of Researchers in the Chemical Emergence of Life) and the Association of British Science Writers, he was awarded London Citizen of the Year 2003 for work with mental health, carers and disability support, with extensive personal experience of disability-related issues.
Other interests include the use of space technologies by the elderly and disabled, the interpretation and philosophy of science in different cultures, dance and exercise. He can be found on academia.edu, Researchgate and LinkedIn.