IEEE host Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Louis DeChiaro discus LENR in September at Teradyne.

The following announcement was submitted by Ian Walker

Hi all

On the 23-September-2015 05:30PM to 08:15PM (2.75 hours) US/Eastern time at
Teradyne in Massachusetts Professor Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Louis DeChiaro will host meeting to discuss:

On the LENR Phenomena and Potential Applications, Professor Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Louis DeChiaro

Here’s part of the program description:

There is no agreement at present among those in the field as to what physics is involved in these experiments, even though there have been a large number of proposals. We give a brief outline of some of the theoretical ideas currently being contemplated. Progress continues at present, but there are changes in the focus of the research and in the researchers involved. There is at present some interest on the part of investors and industry, stimulated by the possibility of commercial products and the prospect of a new technology. We will review some of the approaches which have been discussed in public in recent years and will summarize the progress reported by the entrepreneur community, including Andrea Rossi (Industrial Heat, Inc.), Dr. Mitchell Swartz (Nanortech, Inc.), and Robert Godes (Brillouin Energy Technologies, Inc.). Finally, we will touch upon the recent status changes at USPTO regarding LENR inventions.

Should be worth a visit 😉

Kind Regards walker

  • Thanks Walker. Not far from where I live. I guess you can’t sign up until August.

  • Eyedoc

    Anyone know anything about the “recent status changes at USPTO regarding LENR inventions” ????
    Are patents being issued to original filings? or is it just ‘the ‘Big Boys want to play now’ time

  • GreenWin

    This seminar is led by two venerable LENR researchers Hagelstein and Louis DeChiaro. Dr. DeChiaro’s resume is interesting:

    “Louis F. DeChiaro PhD (Physics) joined the US Navy as a civilian Physicist in September, 2006 and since 2009 been performing investigations in LENR physics and supporting the EMC efforts of Branch Q51 at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren, VA. During the period 2010-2012 he was on special assignment at the Naval Research Labs, Washington, D.C. in their experimental LENR group.”

    Dr. DeChiaro is a spectrum specialist who has authored papers identifying RF spikes coincident with excess heat in D/Pd experiments.
    Slide 19 indicates RF spikes (~80dBm) coincident with anomalous heat pulses.

    But the latest paper from ENEA suggests the RF may not be coincident but a catalyst. Applying external resonance e.g. RF, magnetic, or acoustic energy to E-Cat Ni/H fuel may cause the lattice to “ring.” Once ringing, vibrating at some resonant peak or harmonic, the nuclear activity begins. If accomplished by sound (e.g. piezoelectric element) – tuning the frequency could dampen or accelerate the reaction. This may be why Dr. Rossi posed with a stethescope – A.R’s listening for the “music” of LENR. 🙂