2019 Cold Fusion Colloquium at MIT



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LANR Science and Engineering:From Hydrogen to Clean Energy Production Systems           

Speakers and Posters (list below is not complete and not in orders of times):

      Sat., March 23, 2019
=>     8:00  Registration
=>     8:30  Program begins 
    through Sun. Mar. 24, 2019
          Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
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Mitchell Swartz - Why CF/LANR is Important
Peter Hagelstein - Physics Issues, Key Experiments and Mechanism
Mel Miles - Production of Helium in Cold Fusion Experiments [NAWCWD, China Lake, California]
Dimiter Alexandrov - Cold Fusion Synthesis of Helium Isotopes in Interaction of Deuterium and of Hydrogen Nuclei with Metals
Yasuhiro Iwamura - Recent Advances in Heat Generation Experiments using Nano-sized Metal Composite and Hydrogen Gas
Francesco Celani - Advanced version of the "Capuchin knot" geometry
Mitchell Swartz - Two States Characterize and Control Active CF/LANR Systems
Peter Hagelstein - Phonon-nuclear coupling, excitation transfer, and applications
Florian Meltzer - Update on MIT phonon-nuclear coupling experiments
Brian Ahern - Anharmonic Motion and Magnetic in LANR
Thomas Ciarlariello - The Earliest muon catalyzed fusion
Mitchell Swartz - D-Line Emission from Active CF/LANR Preloaded NANOR-type Components
Gennadiy Tarassenko - Cold Fusion on the Basis of the Model of the Planet Earth
Thomas Dolan - Heavy electron catalysis model.
Anthony Zuppero - Applications of the model to experimental data
Peter Hagelstein - PdD and PdH phase diagrams
Konrad Czerski - Crystal Lattice Defects and Threshold Resonance of D-D Reactions at Room Temperature
John Wallace - Baryon  Charge Density 
Jozsef Garai - Physical Model for Lattice Assisted Nuclear Reactions
Sveinn Ólafsson - Experimental techniques for studying Rydberg matter of Hydrogen
Vladimir Plekhanov - Experimental study of the strong nuclear interaction via re-normalization
Keith Fredericks - Elliptical tracks: Possible Evidence for superliminal electrons
Mitchell Swartz - Importance of D Flux (Q1D to Motors)
Jeff Driscoll - Mills' Theories
Hysen  Bloshmi - History of one Significant Invention
Francis Tanzella - Update from Brillouin Energy
Lawrence Forsley - A Reliable Protocol for Inducing Nuclear Reactions in Condensed Matter
Mitchell Swartz - Preloaded NANOR-type components (from teaching components to masers)
Robert Smith, Jr. - Impacts on the Rate of Knowledge in LANR
Carl Page - Anthropocene Institute, Clean Energy and Cold Fusion
Thomas Grimshaw - LENR Research Documentation Initiative
Ruby Carat - Update from Cold Fusion Now!
David Nagel, Steven Katinsky - Status of the LENRIA Experiment and Analysis Program (LEAP)
Patent/IP Updates - Mitchell Swartz,  Richard Chan


Location -  

Where:  Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA, USA
  Building 32    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_and_Maria_Stata_Center

 Sponsors - JET Energy, Inc., MIT Energy Production and Conversion Group,
with the gracious support from the Anthropocene Institute, and our
courageous colleagues and researchers in the field of
Lattice Assisted Nuclear Reactions (LANR = Cold Fusion).