Groups and Associations

The Tesla Science Foundation

This organization was originally founded as the “Nikola Tesla Inventors Club” on July 10, 2004. Its original intent was honor the legacy of Nikola Tesla by providing a forum in which inventors curious about Tesla’s work and its modern-day applications could learn from each other, and work together. It has evolved since then in a much broader entity, this time renamed “The Nikola Tesla Club”.

In 2010, it was formally incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

In the present day it has over 12,000 members from around the world who actively honor and pursue new applications for the Nikola Tesla’s many engineering creations. It also has a foundation which continues to fund a range of activities in support of the group goals.


Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, Serbia. 

This unique facility, constructed within a residential villa originally built in 1927, was founded in December 5, 1952. It features memorial information about Tesla himself, including personal items he had with him during his life; working models of a number of his inventions, such as a copy of his original induction motor dating from 1887, a boat operated by wireless remote control, as a full-scale Tesla coil; Interactive Exhibits; and 3D Images presented as Holograms.

Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe, in East Shoreham, New York.

This site commemorates the Wardenclyffe Tower which Tesla designed as the basis for a groundbreaking means of delivering free electrical power and wireless communications technology to the world.

Research Articles 

"General Analysis of the Use of Tesla's Resonators in Domino Forms for Wireless Power Transfer," by Wenxing Zhong, et. al. Published in Volume 60, Issue 1, January 2013, in the journal IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics.

"Innovation Lessons: Implications of Nikola Tesla's Life for Today's Engineers, Scientists, and Technology Designers", by Maximum Schmorrow and Dylan Schmorrow. Published on January 1, 2015, as part of the proceedings of The International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction.

"The Tesla Secret", by Istvan G. Kocsi, released in 2015. Published and distributed by Academia.

Videos and Documentaries

Tesla - Inventor of the Modern World Documentary

Tesla and Wireless Charging

The Tesla FilesA five-part documentary series produced by The History Channel, based on the life of Tesla and CIA documents on his work which were declassified long after his death.