ICCF-21 Detailed Agenda

IICF-21 Detailed Agenda =  (original on ICCF-21 web site)

SHORT COURSE SPEAKERS (Sunday 3 June 2018)

  • 10:00 Introduction and Issues, David Nagel
  • 10:40 Electrochemical Loading, Michael McKubre
  • 11:20 Gas Loading, Jean-Paul Biberian
  • 12:00 Lunch
  • 13:30 Calorimetry and Heat Data, Dennis Letts
  • 14:10 Transmutation Data, Mahadeve (Chino) Srinivasan
  • 14:50 Break
  • 15:10 Materials Challenges, M. Ashraf Imam
  • 15:50 Theoretical Considerations, Peter Hagelstein
  • 16:30 Commercialization, Dana Seccombe & Steve Katinsky
  • 17:00 (end)

REGULAR CONFERENCE PROGRAM

18:00 Reception

20:00 Lounge

 

Farzan

Amini-Farzan-1 POSTER Warp Drive Hydro Model For Interactions Between Hydrogen and Nickel

The effects of infinity can be studied in hyperbolic model.

Perhaps something has been missed in translation. Warp drive? Hello?

Perhaps the effects of hyperbole are infinitesimal, compared to infinity. Anything real is.

Alexandrov

Alexandrov-Dimiter-1 Experiment and Theory Th 1:52 Nuclear fusion in solids – experiments and theory

This calls itself about “low temperature nuclear reaction,” but appears to be reporting 3He and 4He from plasma interactions, I don’t find it completely clear (some is solid state, some is gas phase. “Heavy electron” theory is proposed, whereas heavy electrons would be expected to be like muons, creating the same branching ratio. It’s formatted as a wall of text, with repetitious excuses as to why this or that wasn’t seen. What, exactly *was* seen, and why should be think this is significant?

From an altitude

Thanks to the generosity of donors to Infusion Institute, I’m airborne on my way to Denver, and while I’m a dedicated skinflint, and Southwest charges $8 for in-flight internet access, I decided to pay it, and gain three hours of work on the blog. I’m reading the ICCF-21 abstracts and will make short reviews as I slog through them ah, read them with intense fascination and anticipation. I’ll be at the Conference site tomorrow, all day. Some of those with large hairpieces (hah! big wigs) will be arriving tomorrow evening. I’ll be in the Short Course on Sunday. It is being guided by the best scientists in the field, this should be Fun! Yay,Fun!

The first abstract I’ve read is:

http://coldfusioncommunity.net/iccf-21/abstracts/review/afanasyev/

Cold fusion: superfluidity of deuterons.
Afanasyev S.B.

Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
The nature of cold fusion (CF) is considered. It is supposed that the reaction of deuterons merger takes place due to one deuteron, participating in the superfluidity motion, and one deuterons, not participating in the superfluidity motion, participate in the reaction. The Coulomb barrier is
overcomed due to the kinetic energy of the Bose-condensate motion is very large. The Bosecondensate forms from delocalized deuterons with taking into account that the effective mass of delocalized deuterons is smaller than the free deuterons mass.

etc.

Poster session

Just what we needed!! 28 years of theory formation has done nothing to create what the field needs. However, I consider that what the theoreticians are doing is practicing for the opportunity that will open up when we have enough data about the actual conditions of cold fusion. This paper, I categorize with Kim and Takahashi as proposing fusion through formation of a Bose-Einstein Condensate. Actually understanding the math is generally beyond my pay grade, and my big hope is that the theoreticians will start to criticize — constructively, of course — each other’s work. Until then, I’m impressed that some physicists with chops and credentials are willing to look at this and come up with ideas that, at least, use more-or-less standard physics, extending it into some unknown territory.

The standard reaction to BEC proposals is something like: You HAVE GOT to be kidding! BECs at room temperature??? The temperature argument applies to large BECS, small ones might exist under condensed matter conditions. But that is a problem for this particular theory, which, to distribute the energy and stay below the Hagelstein limit of 10 keV, requires energy distibution among well over a thousand atoms.

Nevertheless, there is this thing about the unknown. It’s unknown!  From Sherlock Holmes, when every possible explanation has been eliminated, it must be an impossible one! Or something like that. I disagree with Holmes, because the world of possible explanations is not limited, we cannot possibly have eliminated all of them. Some explanations become, with time and extensive study, relatively impossible. I.e, fraud  is always possible with a single report, and becomes exponentially less likely with multiple apparently independent reports. Systematic error remains possible until there are substantial and confirmed correlations.

 

Afanasyev

 

Afanasyev-Sergei-1 POSTER Cold fusion: superfluidity of deuterons

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Afanasyev S.B.
Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
Email: serg_af@list.ru
The nature of cold fusion (CF) is considered. It is supposed that the reaction of deuterons merger
takes place due to one deuteron, participating in the superfluidity motion, and one deuterons, not
participating in the superfluidity motion, participate in the reaction. The Coulomb barrier is
overcomed due to the kinetic energy of the Bose-condensate motion is very large. The Bosecondensate
forms from delocalized deuterons with taking into account that the effective mass of
delocalized deuterons is smaller than the free deuterons mass.

Review

Posits Bose-Einstein Condensate to overcome Coulomb barrier, energy is distributed among all atoms in the Condensate. Explains reaction rate and helium as product. Class with Kim and Takahashi.

 

Posters

List of apparent poster abstracts. Some authors who are scheduled to speak may be missing from this list because of how it was compiled.

Afanasyev-Sergei-1 Cold fusion: superfluidity of deuterons
Amini-Farzan-1 Warp Drive Hydro Model For Interactions Between Hydrogen and Nickel
Anderson-Paul-1 The SAFIRE Project – An overview
Barot-Shriji-1 Flow Calorimetry Design for Elevated Temperature Experiments witih Deuterium
Beiting-Edward-2 Generation of High-Temperature Samples and Calorimetric Measurement of Therma
Bergschneider-Matthew-1 Study of a Calorimety Apparatus utilizing Radiation based Heat Transfer
Blake-Russ-2 Further Foundations of Fusion
Bowen-NL-1 A Simple Calculation of the Inter-Nucleon Up-to-Down Quark Bond and its Implications for Nuclear Binding
Egely-George-1 Electric Energy Generation by LENR
Fomitchev-Zamilov-Max-2 Reliable Neutron and Gamma Radiation Detection
fredericks-keith-1 Elliptical tracks and magnetic monopoles
Gibson-Martin-1 A Geometric Understanding of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions in the Palladium-Deuterium Lattice
Gordon-Frank-1 Real-time Instrumentation and Digital Processing for LENR Characterization
Grimshaw-Thomas-1 Documentation and Archives of 29 Years of LENR Research by Dr. Edmund Storms
Gutzmann-Emma-GWU-1 Parametric experimental studies of Ni-H electrochemical cells
Hagelstein-Peter-3 Phonon-nuclear coupling matrix element for the low energy E1 transition in Ta-181 and applications
Kaal-Edo-1 The Structured Atom Model – SAM
Kornilova-Alla-1 Stimulation of LENR in Hydroborate Minerals Under the Action of Distant High-Frequency Thermal Waves
Lomax-Abd-ulRahman-1 Correlation and cold fusion
Meyer-Jacob-1 On the Oxidation of Palladium
Miles-Melvin-2 Calorimetric Insights From Fleschmann Letters
Miles-Melvin-3 No Steady State For Open Isoperibolic Calorimetry
Mosier-Boss-Pamela-2 Overview of Pd/D Co-deposition
Olafsson-Sveinn-2 Adler-Bill-Jakiw anomaly in electroweak interactions, the 3p+  3L* process and links to spontaneous UHD decay and transmutation process
Olafsson-Sveinn-3 Volcanism in Iceland, Cold fusion and Rydberg matter
Olafsson-Sveinn-4 Conductivity of Rydberg matter
Olafsson-Sveinn-5 Rydberg matter experimental setup in Iceland
Papadatos-Gabriel-GWU-1 Electrical, thermal and chemical simulations of Ni-H electrochemical cells
Plekhanov-VG-1 A possible signature of neutron quarks – lepton interaction in solids
Prevenslik-Thomas-2 X-ray emission in LENR by Zero Point Energy or simple QED?
Ruer-Jacques-1 Chemical Heat Generation in LENR
Scholkmann-Felix-GWU-1 Complex current fluctuations in Ni-H electrochemical experiments: Characterization using non-liner signal analysis
Storms-Edmund-3 The strange behavior of catalysts made from Pd or Pt applied to Al2O3
Stringham-Roger-2 A Deuteron Plasma Driven to Neutrality and 4He
Tarassenko-Gennadiy-1 The Mechanism of Formation of LENR in Earth’s Crust
Vysotskii-Vladimir-3 Generation and Registration of Undamped Temperature Waves at Large Distance in LENR Related Experiments
Vysotskii-Vladimir-4 Controlled transmutation of Na, P and Mn to Fe isotopes in D2O and H2O during growth of yeast Saccharomyces cerevesiae
Whitehouse-Harper-1 Electrochemical Immittance and Transfer-function Spectroscopy applied to LENR
Zeiner-Gundersen-Sindre-2 Distance dependency of spontaneous decay signal from ultra dense hydrogen source
Zeiner-Gundersen-Sindre-3 Pulse shape and PMT stabilization period from spontaneous signal from a ultra dense hydrogen source
Zhang-Hang-1 Experimental on hydrogen carrying metal glow discharge
Ziehm-Erik-1 Detecting Charged Particles in LENR Applications using CR-39
Zuppero-Anthony-1 Electron Quasiparticle Catalysis of Nuclear Reactions

Review

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

This page will collect reviews of the ICCF-21 abstracts. The intention is to support study and preparation for talks and poster sessions, as well as to prioritize attendee time.

The abstracts display a wide range of quality and usefulness. Those two characteristics are personal assessments, not fact. Comments are welcome.

My intention is to update reviews during the conference, and to later integrate what is studied here with actual published papers, where those appear.

Schedule

This is a schedule of events at ICCF-21. The original schedule as published is here. 

Below are titles of submitted abstracts from authors speaking, best guess (since some speakers have more than one abstract and there are other ambiguities.) Times are estimated by dividing session time by the number of speakers in a session.

Links are to the abstract. See the List of Abstracts.

MONDAY  
8:30 OPENING  
8:30 Katinsky K-1 INTRODUCTION LEAP: The LENRIA Experiment and Analysis Program
9:00 Darden   KEYNOTE Industrial Heat
9:30 McKubre M-1 TECHNICAL PERSPECTIVE The Fleischmann-Pons heat and ancillary effects. What do we know, and why? How might we proceed?
10:00 BREAK  
10:30 HEAT MSURMENTS  
10:30 Letts L-1 Building and Testing a High Temperature Seebeck Calorimeter
11:00 Mizuno M-1 Excess heat generation by simple treatment of reaction metal in hydrogen gas
11:30 Miley M-1 Progress in Cluster Enabled LENR
12:00 LUNCH  
1:30 HEAT FROM NANOMAT  
1:30 Takahashi T-1 Research Status of Nano-Metal Hydrogen Energy
2:00 Iwamura I-1 Anomalous Heat Effects Induced by Metal Nanocomposites and Hydrogen Gas
2:30 Hioki H-1 XRD and XAFS Analyses for Metal Nanocomposites Used in Anomalous Heat Effect Experiments
3:00 BREAK  
THEORY  
3:30 Hagelstein H-1 Statistical mechanics models for the PdH, and PdD, phase diagram with both O-site and T-site occupation
3:50 Vysotskii V-2 Effective LENR in Weakly Ionized Gas Under the Action of Optimal Pulsed Magnetic Fields and Lightning (Theory and Experiments)
4:10 Zuppero Z-1 Electron Quasiparticle Catalysis of Nuclear Reactions
4:30 Cook C-1 The “Renaissance” in Nuclear Physics: Low-energy nuclear reactions and transmutations
5:00 POSTERS  
 
  TUESDAY  
8:00 HEAT MSURMENTS  
8:00 Tanzella T-1 Nanosecond Pulse Stimulation in the Ni-H2 System.
8:24 Swartz S-1 Aqueous and Nanostructured CF/LANR Systems Each Have Two Electrically Driven Modes
8:48 Celani C-1 Steps to identification of main parameters for AHE generation in submicrometric materials: measurements by isoperibolic and air-flow calorimetry
9:12 Staker S-1 Coupled Calorimetry and Resistivity Measurements, in Conjunction with an Emended and More Complete Phase Diagram of the Palladium – Isotopic Hydrogen System
9:36 Dagget D_1 Positive Result of a Laser-Induced LENR Experiment
10:00 BREAK  
10:30 TRANSMUTATIONS  
10:30 Biberian B-1 Anomalous Isotopic Composition of Silver in a Palladium Electrode
10:52 Fomitchev F-1 Synthesis of Lanthanides on Nickel Anode
11:15 Lu L-1 Photocatalytic hydrogen evolution and induced transmutation of potassium to calcium via low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) driven by visible light.
11:37 Nikitin N-1 Impact of Effective Microorganisms on the Activity of 137Cs in Soil from the Exclusion Zone of Chernobyl NPP
12:00 LUNCH  
1:30 ION BEAMS&RYDBRG  
1:30 Czerski C-1 Influence of Crystal Lattice Defects and the Threshiold Resonance on the Deuteron-Deuteron Reaction Rates at Room Temperature
1:52 Olafsson O-1 What is Rydberg Matter and Ultra-Dense Hydrogen?
12:15 Zeiner-Gundersen Z-1 Hydrogen reactor for Rydberg Matter and Ultra Dense Hydrogen, a replication of Leif Holmid
12:37 Wood W Joseph Papp Nobel Gas Engine Shows Early LENR?
3:00 BREAK  
3:30 THEORY  
3:30 Li L-1 Resonant Surface Capture Model
3:52 Pallet P-1 On highly relativistic deep electrons
4:15 Stevenson S-1 Isotope Effects beyond the Electromagnetic Force: 1H and 2H in Palladium Exhibiting LENR
4:37 Dubinko D-1 Chemical and Nuclear Catalysis Mediated by the Energy Localization in Hydrogenated Crytals and Quasicrystals
5:00 POSTERS/ICMNS  
 
WEDNESDAY  
8:00 MATERIALS  
8:00 Storms S-2 The Loading and Deloading Behavior of Palladium Hydride
8:24 Nee N-1 Lattice Confinement of Hydrogen in FCC Metals for Fusion Reaction
8:48 Hagelstein H-2 Phonon-mediated excitation transfer involving nuclear excitation
9:12 Imam I-1 Fabrication, Characterization, and Evaluation of Palladium-Born Alloys Use in LENR Experiments
9:36 Miles M-1 Excess Power Measurements For Palladium-Boron Cathodes
10:00 BREAK  
10:30 OLD & NEW EXPRMNTS  
10:30 Egely E-2 Changes of Isotope Ratios in Transmutations
10:52 Metzler M-1 Observation of non-exponential decay of x-ray and γ lines from Co-57 on steel plates
11:15 McCarthy M-1 Light Hydrogen LENR in Copper Alloys
11:37 Roarty R-1 A Method to Initiate an LENR Reaction in an Aqueous Solution
12:00 LUNCH  
1:30 EXCURSION  
 
THURSDAY  
8:00 DIVERSE EXPRMNTS  
8:00 Beiting B-1 Investigation of the Nickel-Hydrogen Anomalous Heat Effect
8:24 Ramarao R-1 Observation of Excess Heat in Nickel – LAH System
8:48 Dong D-1 Temperature Dependence of Excess Heat in Gas-Loading Experiments
9:12 Kitagawa K-1 Direct Joule Heating of D-Loaded Bulk Pd Plates in Vaccum
9:36 Stringham S-1 Investigation of Cavitation Effects Related to LENR
10:00 BREAK  
10:30 INSTRUMENTATION  
10:30 Fowler F-1 Development of a Sensitive Detection system for the Measurement of Trace Amounts of He4 in Deuterium or Hydrogen
10:52 Higgins H-1 Modeling and Simulation of a Gas Discharge LENR Prototype
11:15 Kasagi K-1 Search for γ-ray radiation in NiCuZr nano-metals and H2 gas system generating large excess heat.
11:37 David D-1 Alternatives to Calorimetry
12:00 LUNCH  
1:30 EXPRMNT & THEORY  
1:30 Vysotskii V-1 Using the Method of Coherent Correlated States for Realization of Nuclear Interaction of Slow Particles with Crystals and Molecules
1:52 Alexandrov A-1 Nuclear fusion in solids – experiments and theory
2:15 Kovacs K-1 Electron mediated nuclear chain reactions
2:37 Brink B-1 LENR Catalyst Identification Model
3:00 BREAK  
3:30 THEORY  
3:30 Blake B-1 Understanding LENR Using QST
3:52 Hatt H-1 Cold Nuclear Transmutations Light Atomic Nuclei Binding Energy
4:15 Tanabe Ti-1 Plasmonic Field Enhancement on Planar Metal Surfaces
4:37 Yoshimura Y-1 Estimation of bubble fusion requirements during high-pressure, high-temperature cavitation
5:00 POSTERS  
7:00 BANQUET  
 
FRIDAY  
8:00 EXPERIENCES  
8:00 Storms  
8:30 Biberian  
9:00 Swartz  
9:30 Seccombe S-1 Experience with Semiconductor Technology Development Potentially Relevant to LENR
10:00 BREAK  
10:30 APPS & CLOSE  
10:30 Mosier-Boss M-1 Hybrid Fusion-Fission Reactor Using Pd/D Codeposition
10:52 Forsley F-1 Space Applications of a Hybrid Fusion-Fission Reactor
11:15 Meulenberg M-1 Nuclear-waste remediation with femto-atoms and femto-molecules
11:37 Nagel K-1 LEAP: The LENRIA Experiment and Analysis Program

Abstracts

ICCF-21 dropbox

The table lists all abstracts, with the time of presentation or “poster.” Times are approximate, and the assignment of title is a best guess. My intention is to create a page for each title.

Afanasyev-Sergei-1 POSTER Cold fusion: superfluidity of deuterons
Alexandrov-Dimiter-1 Experiment and Theory Th 1:52 Nuclear fusion in solids – experiments and theory
Amini-Farzan-1 POSTER Warp Drive Hydro Model For Interactions Between Hydrogen and Nickel
Anderson-Paul-1 POSTER The SAFIRE Project – An overview
Barot-Shriji-1 POSTER Flow Calorimetry Design for Elevated Temperature Experiments with Deuterium
Beiting-Edward-1 Diverse Experiments Th 8:00 Investigation of the Nickel-Hydrogen Anomalous Heat Effect
Beiting-Edward-2 POSTER Generation of High-Temperature Samples and Calorimetric Measurement of Therma
Bergschneider-Matthew-1 POSTER Study of a Calorimety Apparatus utilizing Radiation based Heat Transfer
Biberian-Jean-Paul-1 Transmutations Tu 10:30 Anomalous Isotopic Composition of Silver in a Palladium Electrode
Blake-Russ-1 Theory Th 3:30 Understanding LENR Using QST
Blake-Russ-2 POSTER Further Foundations of Fusion
Bowen-NL-1 POSTER A Simple Calculation of the Inter-Nucleon Up-to-Down Quark Bond and its Implications for Nuclear Binding
Brink-Simon-1 Experiment and Theory Th 2:37 LENR Catalyst Identification Model
Celani-Francesco-1 Heat Measurements Tu 8:48 Steps to identification of main parameters for AHE generation in submicrometric materials: measurements by isoperibolic and air-flow calorimetry
Cook-Norman-1 Theory M 4:30 The “Renaissance” in Nuclear Physics: Low-energy nuclear reactions and transmutations
Czerski-Konrad-1 Ion Beams – Rydberg Matter Tu 1:30 Influence of Crystal Lattice Defects and the Threshiold Resonance on the Deuteron-Deuteron Reaction Rates at Room Temperature
Daggett-David_1 Heat Measurements Tu: 9:36 Positive Result of a Laser-Induced LENR Experiment
David-Fabrice-1 Instrumentation Th 11:37 Alternatives to Calorimetry
Dong-ZM-1 Diverse Experiments Th 8:48 Temperature Dependence of Excess Heat in Gas-Loading Experiments
Dubinko-Vladimir-1 Theory Tu 4:37 Chemical and Nuclear Catalysis Mediated by the Energy Localization in Hydrogenated Crytals and Quasicrystals
Egely-George-1 POSTER Electric Energy Generation by LENR
Egely-George-2 Old and New Experiments W 10:30 Changes of Isotope Ratios in Transmutations
Fomitchev-Zamilov-Max-1 Transmutations Tu 10:52 Synthesis of Lanthanides on Nickel Anode
Fomitchev-Zamilov-Max-2 POSTER Reliable Neutron and Gamma Radiation Detection
Forsley-Lawrence-1 Applications and Close F 10:52 Space Applications of a Hybrid Fusion-Fission Reactor
Fowler-Malcolm-1 Instrumentation Th 10:30 Development of a Sensitive Detection system for the Measurement of Trace Amounts of He4 in Deuterium or Hydrogen
fredericks-keith-1 POSTER Elliptical tracks and magnetic monopoles
Gibson-Martin-1 POSTER A Geometric Understanding of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions in the Palladium-Deuterium Lattice
Gordon-Frank-1 POSTER Real-time Instrumentation and Digital Processing for LENR Characterization
Grimshaw-Thomas-1 POSTER Documentation and Archives of 29 Years of LENR Research by Dr. Edmund Storms
Gutzmann-Emma-GWU-1 POSTER Parametric experimental studies of Ni-H electrochemical cells
Hagelstein-Peter-1 Theory M 3:30 Statistical mechanics models for the PdH, and PdD, phase diagram with both O-site and T-site occupation
Hagelstein-Peter-2 Materials W 8:48 Phonon-mediated excitation transfer involving nuclear excitation
Hagelstein-Peter-3 POSTER Phonon-nuclear coupling matrix element for the low energy E1 transition in Ta-181 and applications
Hatt-Philippe-1 Theory Th 3:52 Cold Nuclear Transmutations Light Atomic Nuclei Binding Energy
Higgins-Bob-1 Instrumentation Th 10:52 Modeling and Simulation of a Gas Discharge LENR Prototype
Hioki_Tatsumi-1 Heat from NanoMaterials M 2:30 XRD and XAFS Analyses for Metal Nanocomposites Used in Anomalous Heat Effect Experiments
Imam-Ashraf-1 Materials W 9:12 Fabrication, Characterization, and Evaluation of Palladium-Born Alloys Use in LENR Experiments
Iwamura-Yasuhiro-1 Heat from NanoMaterials M 2:00 Anomalous Heat Effects Induced by Metal Nanocomposites and Hydrogen Gas
Kaal-Edo-1 POSTER The Structured Atom Model – SAM
Kasagi-Jiro-1 Instrumentation Th 11:15 Search for γ-ray radiation in NiCuZr nano-metals and H2 gas system generating large excess heat.
Katinsky-Steven-1 Introduction M 8:30 LEAP: The LENRIA Experiment and Analysis Program
Kitagawa-Yuta-1 Diverse Experiments Th 9:12 Direct Joule Heating of D-Loaded Bulk Pd Plates in Vaccum
Kornilova-Alla-1 POSTER Stimulation of LENR in Hydroborate Minerals Under the Action of Distant High-Frequency Thermal Waves
Kovacs-Andras-1 Experiment and Theory Th 2:15 Electron mediated nuclear chain reactions
Letts-Dennis-1 Heat Measurements M 10:30 Building and Testing a High Temperature Seebeck Calorimeter
Li-XZ-1 Theory Tu 3:30 Resonant Surface Capture Model
Lomax-Abd-ulRahman-1 POSTER Correlation and cold fusion
Lu-Gongxuan-1 Transmutations Tu 11:15 Photocatalytic hydrogen evolution and induced transmutation of potassium to calcium via low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) driven by visible light.
McCarthy-William-1 Old and New Experiments W 11:15 Light Hydrogen LENR in Copper Alloys
McKubre-Michael-1 Technical Perspective M 9:30 The Fleischmann-Pons heat and ancillary effects. What do we know, and why? How might we proceed?
Metzler-Florian-1 Old and New Experiments W 10:52 Observation of non-exponential decay of x-ray and γ lines from Co-57 on steel plates
Meulenberg-Andrew-1 Applications and Close F 11:15 Nuclear-waste remediation with femto-atoms and femto-molecules
Meyer-Jacob-1 POSTER On the Oxidation of Palladium
Miles-Melvin-1 Materials W 9:36 Excess Power Measurements For Palladium-Boron Cathodes
Miles-Melvin-2 POSTER Calorimetric Insights From Fleschmann Letters
Miles-Melvin-3 POSTER No Steady State For Open Isoperibolic Calorimetry
Miley-George-1 Heat Measurements M 11:30 Progress in Cluster Enabled LENR
Mizuno-Tadahiko-1 Heat Measurements M 11:00 Excess heat generation by simple treatment of reaction metal in hydrogen gas
Mosier-Boss-Pamela-1 Applications and Close F 10:30 Hybrid Fusion-Fission Reactor Using Pd/D Codeposition
Mosier-Boss-Pamela-2 POSTER Overview of Pd/D Co-deposition
Nee-Han-1 Materials W 8:24 Lattice Confinement of Hydrogen in FCC Metals for Fusion Reaction
Nikitin-Aleksander-1 Transmutations Tu 11:37 Impact of Effective Microorganisms on the Activity of 137Cs in Soil from the Exclusion Zone of Chernobyl NPP
Olafsson-Sveinn-1 Ion Beams – Rydberg Matter Tu 1:52 What is Rydberg Matter and Ultra-Dense Hydrogen?
Olafsson-Sveinn-2 POSTER Adler-Bill-Jakiw anomaly in electroweak interactions, the 3p+  3L* process and links to spontaneous UHD decay and transmutation process
Olafsson-Sveinn-3 POSTER Volcanism in Iceland, Cold fusion and Rydberg matter
Olafsson-Sveinn-4 POSTER Conductivity of Rydberg matter
Olafsson-Sveinn-5 POSTER Rydberg matter experimental setup in Iceland
Paillet-Jean Luc-1 Theory Tu 3:52 On highly relativistic deep electrons
Papadatos-Gabriel-GWU-1 POSTER Electrical, thermal and chemical simulations of Ni-H electrochemical cells
Plekhanov-VG-1 POSTER A possible signature of neutron quarks – lepton interaction in solids
Prevenslik-Thomas-2 POSTER X-ray emission in LENR by Zero Point Energy or simple QED?
Ramarao-Prahlada-1 Diverse Experiments Th 8:24 Observation of Excess Heat in Nickel – LAH System
Roarty-Brian-1 Old and New Experiments W 11:37 A Method to Initiate an LENR Reaction in an Aqueous Solution
Ruer-Jacques-1 POSTER Chemical Heat Generation in LENR
Scholkmann-Felix-GWU-1 POSTER Complex current fluctuations in Ni-H electrochemical experiments: Characterization using non-liner signal analysis
Seccombe-Dana-1 Experiences F 9:30 Experience with Semiconductor Technology Development Potentially Relevant to LENR
Staker-Michael-1 Heat Measurements Tu 9:12 Coupled Calorimetry and Resistivity Measurements, in Conjunction with an Emended and More Complete Phase Diagram of the Palladium – Isotopic Hydrogen System
Stevenson-Cheryl-1 Theory Tu 4:15 Isotope Effects beyond the Electromagnetic Force: 1H and 2H in Palladium Exhibiting LENR
Storms-Edmund-1 Experiences F 8:00 The enthalpy of formation of PdH as a function of H/Pd atom ratio and treatment
Storms-Edmund-2 Materials W 8:00 The Loading and Deloading Behavior of Palladium Hydride
Storms-Edmund-3 POSTER The strange behavior of catalysts made from Pd or Pt applied to Al2O3
Stringham-Roger-1 Diverse Experiments Th 9:36 Investigation of Cavitation Effects Related to LENR
Stringham-Roger-2 POSTER A Deuteron Plasma Driven to Neutrality and 4He
Swartz-Mitchell-1 Heat Measurements Tu 8:24 Aqueous and Nanostructured CF/LANR Systems Each Have Two Electrically Driven Modes
Swartz-Mitchell-2 Experiences F 9:00 Excess Heat is Linked to Deuterium Loss in an Aqueous Nickel CF/LANR System
Takahashi-Akito-1 Heat from NanoMaterials M 1:30 Research Status of Nano-Metal Hydrogen Energy
Tanabe-Katsuaki-1 Theory Th 4:15 Plasmonic Field Enhancement on Planar Metal Surfaces
Tanzella-Fran-1 Heat Measurements Tu 8:00 Nanosecond Pulse Stimulation in the Ni-H2 System.
Tarassenko-Gennadiy-1 POSTER The Mechanism of Formation of LENR in Earth’s Crust
Vysotskii-Vladimir-1 Experiment and Theory Th 1:30 Using the Method of Coherent Correlated States for Realization of Nuclear Interaction of Slow Particles with Crystals and Molecules
Vysotskii-Vladimir-2 Theory M 3:50 Effective LENR in Weakly Ionized Gas Under the Action of Optimal Pulsed Magnetic Fields and Lightning (Theory and Experiments)
Vysotskii-Vladimir-3 POSTER Generation and Registration of Undamped Temperature Waves at Large Distance in LENR Related Experiments
Vysotskii-Vladimir-4 POSTER Controlled transmutation of Na, P and Mn to Fe isotopes in D2O and H2O during growth of yeast Saccharomyces cerevesiae
Whitehouse-Harper-1 POSTER Electrochemical Immittance and Transfer-function Spectroscopy applied to LENR
Wood-Ryan Ion Beams – Rydberg Matter Tu 12:37 Joseph Papp Nobel Gas Engine Shows Early LENR?
Yoshimura-Toshihiko-1 Theory Th 4:37 Estimation of bubble fusion requirements during high-pressure, high-temperature cavitation
Zeiner-Gundersen-Sindre-1 Ion Beams – Rydberg Matter Tu 12:15 Hydrogen reactor for Rydberg Matter and Ultra Dense Hydrogen, a replication of Leif Holmid
Zeiner-Gundersen-Sindre-2 POSTER Distance dependency of spontaneous decay signal from ultra dense hydrogen source
Zeiner-Gundersen-Sindre-3 POSTER Pulse shape and PMT stabilization period from spontaneous signal from a ultra dense hydrogen source
Zhang-Hang-1 POSTER Experimental on hydrogen carrying metal glow discharge
Ziehm-Erik-1 POSTER Detecting Charged Particles in LENR Applications using CR-39
Zuppero-Anthony-1 POSTER Electron Quasiparticle Catalysis of Nuclear Reactions
Zuppero-Anthony-2 Theory M 4:10 Transmutations by Heavy Electron Catalysis