International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals opens in Siena, Italy.

An interesting conference is taking place in Siena, Italy from April 10-14. The International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (ISCMNS) is holding its 10th International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals where 50 oral presentations and many poster sessions will be taking place. Among the sponsoring committee is Francesco Piantelli, known for his pioneering work in nickel-hydrogen reactions. His company, Nichenergy, is one of the sponsors of the event. Piantelli will be giving a presentation at the workshop about his work on April 14th.

A look of the Book of Abstracts for the conference shows that research into LENR of various types seems to be thriving. Here are some of the titles of presentations that will be given:

  • Nuclear processes in metal-deuterium systems stimulated by radiation
  • Are Ni + H Nuclear Reactions Possible?
  • Excess Heat in a Long Thin Pd Tube with Deuterium Flux at Room Temperature
  • Nuclear Transmutation on a Thin Pd Film in a Gas-Loading D/Pd System
  • Theory of Bose-Einstein Condensation Nuclear Reactions in Deuterium/Hydrogen Loaded Metals
  • Low Energy Nuclear Transmutation is the Way for Remediating Waste Radioactivity
  • Anomalous excess heat during absorption of hydrogen in: Pd-Ni-Zr02 nano powder

Researchers presenting at the conference are from various parts of the world, presenters from China, Japan, Russia, France, Italy, Ukraine, and the USA will be discussing their work. It’s interesting and encouraging to see that work in the field of LENR is continuing apace, despite negative sentiment by many in the scientific community towards anything that could be ‘cold fusion’ related.