Cold Fusion Colloquium Starts Today at MIT — Agenda Posted

Thanks to Jed Rothwell on Vortex-l for posting the agenda for the 2014 Cold Fusion Colloquium at MIT that begins today and runs through Sunday. I have heard from Barry Simon who will be at the conference, and he said he will send some reports to us. I expect there will be other reports coming out too. We should remember that it was 25 years ago this Sunday that Stanley Pons and Martin Fleischmann made their announcement about cold fusion at the University of Utah.

 

FRIDAY
Starts at 9 AM promptly in Room 34-401
Mitchell Swartz
Our Emergent Need for a Clean, Efficient Energy Production Source
Arik El-Boher
Progress Toward Understanding Anomalous Heat.
Frank Gordon
Observations of a variety of Codeposition protocols used to prepare Cold Fusion Cathodes
Larry Forsley
Neutron and Charged Particle Spectroscopy
Tom Claytor
Recent tritium production from electrically pulsed wires and foils
Group Photo  Lunch
Yasuhiro Iwamura
Deuterium Permeation Induced Transmutation Experiments using Nano-Structured Pd/CaO/Pd Multilayer Thin Film.
Mitchell Swartz
Excess Power Gain on both sides of an Avalanche Through a PdNi Nanostructured Cold Fusion Component
Peter Hagelstein
Controlled Karabut experiment at SRI
Vladimir Vysotskii
Review of cavitation X-ray emission experiments
Olga Dmitriyeva
Using numerical simulations to better understand the Cold Fusion Environment
David Nagel
Scientific and Practical Questions about Cold Fusion
SATURDAY
Starts at 9 AM promptly in Room 4-270
Brian Ahern
Nanomagnetism for Energy Production
Francesco Celani
Glass surface co-factors in the generation of anomalous effects under H2 gas at high temperatures
Pamela Mosier-Boss
CR-39 Detecting Emission during  Pd/D Codeposition Cold Fusion
John Dash
SEM and Energy Dispersive Spectrometer Studies of Metal Surfaces Interacting with Hydrogen Isotopes
Peter Hagelstein
Model for Fractionation and Inverse Fractionation
Group Photo   Lunch
Tadahiko Mizuno
Replicable Model for Controlled Nuclear Reaction using Metal Nanoparticles.
John Wallace
Relativistic quantum mechanics and Cold Fusion
George Miley
Ultra-dense clusters in nanoparticles and thin films for both hot and cold fusion
Nikita Alexandrov
Advanced analytic and highly parallel Cold Fusion Experimentation
Vladimir Vysotskii
Observations of Biophysical Effects from Cold Fusion
Charles Beaudette
Post Missouri Priorities for Cold Fusion
Nathan Cohen
The Tortuous Path of Innovation and Implications for Cold Fusion in the next Decade
SATURDAY EVENING – Business Panel @ Hyatt for Registrants
SUNDAY
Starts at 9 AM promptly in Room 4-270
Peter Hagelstein
Anomalies associated with Fracture Experiments
Larry Forsley
Enhanced Tc Superconductivity and Anomalous Nuclear Emissions in YBCO and Palladium
Vladimir Vysotskii
Application of coherent correlated states of interacting particle for Cold Fusion Optimization
John Fisher
Polyneutron theory and its application to Excess Power Generation in three types of Devices
Mitchell Swartz
Successful Applications of the Deuteron Flux Equation in Cold Fusion
Lunch
Robert Smith
Assuring Sufficient Number Of Deuterons Reside in the Excited Band State For Successful Cold Fusion Reactor Design
Curt Brown
Measurement of Anomalous Heat at High Ambient Temperatures
Clint Seward
Ball Lightning and Tokamak
Carl Dietrich
Flying Cars and Cold Fusion
Steve Katinsky
Industry Association for Cold Fusion Advocacy
Peter Hagelstein
Landscapes in cold fusion research
Thomas Grimshaw
Cold Fusion Public Policy: Rational – and Urgent– Need for Change
Policy Panel (Hagelstein, Grimshaw, Karat, Katinsky, Nagel, Miley)
David French
The role of the Patent Attorney in patenting Cold Fusion inventions.
IP and USPTO Panel (Swartz,Dash,French,Ahern, Miley)

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