Another jam-packed day of science and technology on Day 3 of the ICCF-18.
There were entrepreneurs giving tips on what VC’s look for in a company, there was the Defkalion demo beamed in from across the world, there was a tour of the Sidney Kimmel Institute for Nuclear Renaissance, lots of Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project technology…. and more!
The incredible talent at this conference is mind-blowing. The following photos from Day 3 hopefully capture the excitement in the air while profiling both the presenters and diverse attendees. Can you feel the vibe of history in the making???
Brian Josephson posted this video of Defkalion presenting, which the whole ICCF watched a bit of.
Congratulations MFMP who won the Entrepreneur Panel’s People’s Choice Award for their presentation yesterday!
PLUS New Sgv3 Reactor design by Robert Ellefson of Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project.
13 Replies to “ICCF-18 Day 3: PHOTOS!”
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Too long a day. Got to run now to get video of lectures. Then one-on-one interviews during breaks.
I need a staff to do it all!
Looks like everyone is having fun enjoying themselves!
why were there so few questions and communication with Defkalion, who repeated answers to questions 3 times with no answer?
The conference had three seperate “moments” watching the Defkalion video, only 15-20 minutes each. Then, more talks and science.
Alot going on…
Lots of familiar faces Ruby.
Thanks for the human touch Ruby.
This is the best email I’ve gotten this week! 🙂 Love it, but makes me really wish I could have been there in person. Thanks for sharing so much – and the MFMP renderings!
Anyone know the reason why the “Experts” chickened out of appearing at the Defkalion demo? Poor old Matts had to step into a role he was not prepared for.
Defkalion chooses who to allow to come. Scientists who attend demonstrations want to bring instrumentation. They want to measure effects and take data, not stand on the sidelines. That was not allowed.
Mats Lewan is a reporter with a scientific background. He does a great job on what he allowed to do.
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