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.

This schedule was prepared from information available before the Conference. The actual schedule was different in some ways.

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

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 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 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  
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  
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 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 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
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 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  
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 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 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  
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

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