Conference on Exciting New Science and Potential Clean Energy Source Comes to Fort Collins, Colorado (Lenria.org Press Release)

The following is a press release from Lenria.org regarding the upcoming ICCF-21 Conference to be held June 3-8 2018

 

6312 Seven Corners Centre #331 

Falls Church, VA 22044

Tel: (202) 930-3001

PRESS CONTACT: Clair Molander (916) 996-3097 / [email protected]

CONFERENCE ON EXCITING NEW SCIENCE AND POTENTIAL CLEAN ENERGY SOURCE COMES TO FORT COLLINS, COLORADO

ICCF-21 Conference is Primary Venue for the Scientific Presentation and Discussion of Experimental and Theoretical Ideas and Experiments in the Field of LENR

FORT COLLINS, CO – MAY 31, 2018  – The 21st International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ICCF-21) will be held at the Lory Student Center on the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins, CO from June 3-8, 2018.  Roughly 150 scientists from over a dozen countries are expected to attend and present over 100 papers and posters on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR).  Additionally, for the first time more than 25 graduate and undergraduate students and science teachers will attend the conference via a new scholarship program created to engage the next generation of capable scientists with fresh energy, ideas, and an interest in LENR.

LENR experiments over the past 30 years have shown that it is possible to release large amounts of nuclear energy using small chemical reactions.  The production of nuclear energy with LENR is groundbreaking because these reactions occur without dangerous radiation and do not produce radioactive waste.  While the empirical data for the occurrence and properties of LENR are well documented, the mechanisms that cause LENR are not yet understood.  This is a major scientific puzzle that the annual ICCF-21 conference hopes to address.

Over a dozen companies have been founded in several countries in the hopes of commercializing LENR as a new source of clean, practical energy. ICCF-21 gives these companies and scientists alike the opportunity to discuss LENR scientific research and advancements. Attendees include those interested in the business potential of LENR as a future source of reliable energy.

To learn more about ICCF-21, please visit our website at iccf21.com.  If you need more information or are interested in covering the conference, please contact ICCF-21 Co-Chair Steve Katinsky at [email protected].

  • Buck

    EXCELLENT ! ! ! . . . . . Being optimistic, these 25 will have made a decision that drastically changes their respective futures.

    ” . . . for the first time more than 25 graduate and undergraduate students and science teachers will attend the conference via a new scholarship program created to engage the next generation of capable scientists with fresh energy, ideas, and an interest in LENR.”

  • LION

    Hi invient,
    just click on the iccf21.com link above for details and phone numbers etc
    I am sure they would WELCOME anyone who has a serious interest in LENR. Hopefully there will be a good turnout this year but you wont have to fight large crowds, maybe by next year it will be different.
    All the best. Have fun- there are some great presentations this year.

  • sam

    Abd Lomax is taking questions to
    ask presenters at ICCF 21.

    http://coldfusioncommunity.net/

    • georgehants

      Sam, thanks for all your interesting contributions to page, could you transfer here any reports you find from ICCF 21.

      • sam

        Thanks George.
        I will post anything I find interesting from ICCF 21.
        I hope people from ECat World
        give Abd some questions to
        ask the presenters.

        http://coldfusioncommunity.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/0771d6_5fb045bd6f8243caa10fb74d0c82ab03.pdf

        • greggoble

          Abd Lomax was kind to post a question I requested him to consider presenting at ICCF-21. Other questions of interest are found there. I am posting my question here for others to consider in their conversations. Thanks ICCF-21…

          Gregory Byron Goble on Ask ICCF-21 Questions Here

          Blessings be,

          Have a good and productive conference, I wish I could attend. Look forward to your reporting.

          You are aware of my interest in U.S. government funded LENR energy technology now entering the marketplace. The review was compiled to provide a historical perspective and a studied analysis of recent claims and NASA contracts, I hope you have found it useful.

          As to questions, there are many which are obvious and have most likely already arisen in your mind. I expect that many of these questions will only be resolved as events unfold over the next year or so, not through direct questioning. I would be pleased to be wrong about this.

          What most intrigues me, and which I am beginning to understand, is the works of Vladimir Pines and how the computer model he created is valuable for design and control of the nuclear reactive environment of LENR.

          Is this then a working theoretical model
          for advanced LENR engineering?

          Perhaps you could pose that question
          to the conference at large?

  • sam
  • LION

    Some familiar characters. Thanks to Ruby for covering the conference.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fa71e8426f8a4e939a0077083ea75e3a862ed80d2fef9c4a7b7b6b8b3191f9c2.png

  • artefact
  • greggoble

    Title: Critical insights into nuclear collectivity from complementary nuclear spectroscopic methods
    Authors: Garrett, P. E.; Wood, J. L.; Yates, S. W.

    Abstract

    Low-energy collectivity of nuclei has been, and is being, characterized in a critical manner using data from a variety of spectroscopic methods, including Coulomb excitation, β decay, inelastic scattering of charged and uncharged particles, transfer reactions, etc. In addition to level energies and spins, transition multipolarities and intensities, lifetimes, and nuclear moments are available. The totality of information from these probes must be considered in achieving an accurate vision of the excitations in nuclei and determining the applicability of nuclear models. From these data, major changes in our view of low-energy collectivity in nuclei have emerged; most notable is the demise of the long-held view of low-energy quadrupole collectivity near closed shells as due to vibrations about a spherical equilibrium shape. In this contribution, we focus on the basic predictions of the spherical harmonic vibrator limit of the Bohr Hamiltonian. Properties such as B(E2) values, quadrupole moments, E0 strengths, etc are outlined. Using the predicted properties as a guide, evidence is cited for and against the existence of vibrational states, and especially multi-phonon states, in nuclei that are, or historically were considered to be, spherical or have a nearly spherical shape in their ground state. It is found that very few of the nuclei that were identified in the last major survey seeking nearly spherical harmonic vibrators satisfy the more stringent guidelines presented herein. Details of these fundamental shifts in our view of low-energy collectivity in nuclei are presented.

    http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018PhyS…93f3001G

  • Bob Greenyer

    Explaining Lugano Ash

    Like the previous explanation of Parkhomov’s 4.2GJ, 5400h experiment published Wednesday morning, I present a simple explanation of the ash found after the LUGANO experiment, using most energetically favourable paths at FusFis.org

    https://youtu.be/NdewHUBoofA

    Presentation can be downloaded here:

    https://goo.gl/5AXNP3

  • greggoble
  • greggoble

    ?Brian Ahern with Rossi in 2007… ? This is from ICCF21.

    PRINCIPALI PARAMETRI PER LA GENERAZIONE DI AHE IN MATERIALI SUB-MICROMETRICI
    Principali parametri
    AGGIUNTA 9/6/2018 IL PPT CON L’INTERVENTO DI FRANCESCO CELANI
    http://www.claudiopace.it/principali-parametri-generazione-ahe/
    Introduction

     A research program has been initiated in 2011 aiming to increase the magnitude and reproducibility of Anomalous Heat Effects (AHE), possibly using low-cost materials.

     This program focused on the study of Constantan, an alloy of Nickel and Copper (Cu55Ni44Mn1, ISOTAN, shortened by us as CNM or Cst) instead of metals such as Pd(*1) Ti(*2), and Ni(*3) that have been deeply studied before. The CNM was developed by Edward Weston in 1887 (Germany) and patented its application in the field of electro-technology (very constant value of resistance with changing temperatures, from RT up to 500°C).

     This alloy, unusual in the field of LENR research, was selected at the beginning of 2011 after the hypothesis/guess of a “hidden factor” behind AHE successful generation in early experiments of A. Rossi (most likely this factor was not immediately recognized).

     At the best of our knowledge, such successful experiments occurred around 2007 while A. Rossi was collaborating with B. Ahern in the United States.

    Also…

    We would like to highlight that the real reasons for the selection of Constantan in our experiments was not presented nor publicly disclosed before. *F. Paneth, 1926; M Fleischman-S. Pons, 1989. **S. Jones, F. Scaramuzzi, 1989. *** F. Piantelli, rods bulk shaped, 1991; A. Rossi-B. Ahern as powders, about 2008.
    This is from…
    LENR phenomena in Constantan; a steady progress toward practical applications: observation of Zener-like behaviour, in air atmosphere, of Constantan submicrometric wires after D2-Xe loading-deloading and related AHE. (PDF Download Available). Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317950259_LENR_phenomena_in_Constantan_a_steady_progress_toward_practical_applications_observation_of_Zener-like_behaviour_in_air_atmosphere_of_Constantan_submicrometric_wires_after_D2-Xe_loading-deloading_and_ [accessed Jun 09 2018].

    • greggoble

      According to Celani (1) “Dr. Brian Ahern and Rossi were both doing work for the DoD, apparently on a related project, as recently as 2008.”

  • greggoble

    Perhaps relevant to LENR? Perhaps not… still of interest to many who follow LENR.

    “Confronting Disruptive Innovations – a case Study of Statoil’s Business Unit New Energy Solutions” UiO Center for Entrepreneurship, University of Oslo. https://www.duo.uio.no/bitstream/handle/10852/57501/MScIET_Saele_Eggen_HVL_2017.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

    MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Hanne Vabø Sæle and Marit Eggen, 21.05.2017. This thesis concludes a 2-year Master of Science in Innovation and Entrepreneurship at University of Oslo and Bergen University College.

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