2019 LANR/CF Colloquium at MIT honors 30-years of breakthrough science

CMNS investigators and the science community will be celebrating the 30th-anniversary of the announcement of cold fusion at the LANR/CF Colloquium at MIT on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, MA on Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24, 2019.

These colloquiua have been hosted for many years by Dr. Mitchell Swartz of  JET Energy Incorporated, Dr. Peter Hagelstein of the Energy Production and Energy Conversion Group at MIT, and Gayle Verner, also of JET Energy.

The focus is the science and engineering of successful Lattice Assisted Nuclear Reaction [LANR] systems, including the important roles of the lattice and material science issues, as well as electrophysics.

Dr. Swartz believes engineering, along with the benefits of teaching its principles, is vital for success of attaining active LANR systems.

He has previously demonstrated the importance of this with his engineered systems including his metamaterial high impedance aqueous PHUSOR®-type technology that was shown on the MIT campus in 2003 as part of  ICCF10, and, his dry preloaded NANOR®-type component technology demonstrated in 2012 at the Cold Fusion 101 IAP Course at MIT, which ran for 3 months thereafter.

“Where is there science without engineering?” he asks.

“When we first made ‘cat whiskers’ back in the 50s using galena (a mineral) and a perpendicular wire positioned on it to make a junction “diode” – that was considered high-tech.  Now look how far we’ve come with the engineering in that technology.” 

“Similarly,” says Dr. Swartz, “in this clean energy-production field, there is much data heralding that applied engineering has also improved results: including incremental power gain, total output power, and excess energy density which have all increased; supplemented by improving controls and many new diagnostics.”

“Research takes meticulous effort, taking the time to write it up, and if you’re lucky – submitting it and getting feedback. So that’s why we’re having a posters at the colloquium.”

Updates will be posted here and 2019 LANR/CF Colloquium website at:   http://theworld.com/~mica/2019colloq.html

Attendance to the Meeting requires pre-Registration. The room size for the Colloquium is space-limited, and due to this limited size, there will be no walk-ins.

Note that the DEADLINE for REGISTRATION is March 14th.

See accommodations options 2019 LANR/CF Hotel Options [.pdf]

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

SATURDAY
I. Experimental Confirmations of LANR/CF
A, Energy Production:
Excess Heat/Tardive Thermal Power (Heat after Death)
Helium Production/Other Products
Penetrating Emissions/Particles
Distinguishing Optical/Radiofrequency/Acoustic Signatures
Engineering Methods of Activation/Control
Engineering of Applied Magnetic Field Intensities

B. Energy Conversion:
Stirling LANR Engines/Propulsion Systems
Thermoelectric Conversion/Direct LANR Electrical Generation
Rotating Linked LANR Magnetic Systems
Acoustic LANR Conversion Systems

II. Other Experimental Support for LANR/CF
Supporting Confirmations (eg Fract. And Comb Phonon Expts)

III. Theories Supporting/Consistent with LANR/CF
Lattice/Metallurgical/Material Science
Nuclear
Electromagnetic
Other

IV. Engineering Applications from/of LANR/CF

V. Reconciliation of Success with Policy/Obstruction


See the previous 2014 LANR/CF Colloquium lectures here, held on the 25th Anniversary of the announcement of cold fusion.


IEEE Meeting on “LENR Phenomenon” well attended

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The IEEE Meeting on “LENR Phenomena and Potential Applications” with Professor Peter Hagelstein and Dr. Louis DeChiaro was on Sept. 23 at Teradyne in North Reading, Massachusetts.

It was sponsored by the Boston Reliability Chapter and ESD Group (Electro-Static Discharge).

LENRIA attended and captured these photos.

“The meeting registration had reached capacity and online registration had been closed,” said Steve Katinsky. “There were about 62 pre-registered, and 52 in attendance.”

Dr. Peter Hagelstein’s presentation slides for his talk Research issues associated with excess heat in the Fleischmann-Pons experiment are
here.

Dr. Louis DeChiaro“s presentation slides are here.

Dr. Louis DeChiaro presenting:
Lou and IEEE Sign1

Dr. Mitchell Swartz and Dr. Louis DeChiaro facing:
Lou and Mitchell2

Professor Peter Hagelstein and Mitchell Swartz in the foreground:
Peter Background, Mitchell Foreground3

Dr. Brian Ahern on bottom left of the meeting room:
Room Shot II Brian Ahern, Peter4

The meeting room:
Room Shot II5




Next LENR Event:

ras22nd Russian Conference on Cold Nuclear Transmutation of Chemical Elements and Ball Lighting

Chairman of the RCCNT&BL-22 Organizing Committee Yury Bazhutov

Vice-Chairmen Vladimir Bychkov, Nikolai Samsonenko
Sept 27-October 4, 2015

Dagomys, Sochi, Krasnodar region, Russia

See all Upcoming Events here.

MIT goes Live with Cold Fusion 101

Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments starts tomorrow morning 10:30AM Cambridge-time Tuesday, January 20 on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and runs through Friday, January 23.

LIVESTREAM ON ColdFusionNow Youtube Channel google+ here!

Led by Dr. Peter Hagelstein of MIT and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, Inc, the course examines the experimental work of Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, and theorizes on an explanation. For more, see Cold Fusion 101 at MIT for 2015

Cold Fusion Now’s MIT Special Correspondant Jeremy Rys will be attending the course to document the lectures – and possibly live-stream from the event.

Go to the Cold Fusion Now Youtube channel tomorrow Tuesday morning January 20 at 10:30AM-2:30PM MIT-time (4:30PM-8:30PM Paris, 12:30AM-4:30AM Tokyo) and see and hear the lecture live.

Watch Cold Fusion 101
10:30AM-2:30PM MIT-time on the
Cold Fusion Now Youtube google+

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Cold Fusion 101 at MIT for 2015

The Cold Fusion 101: Introduction to Excess Power in Fleischmann-Pons Experiments course will run again on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) over the IAP winter break Tuesday through Friday Jan. 20-23, 2015.

Professor Peter Hagelstein of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, and Dr. Mitchell Swartz of JET Energy, Inc., will present the course with topics such as:

Excess power production in the Fleischmann-Pons experiment;
lack of confirmation in early negative experiments;
theoretical problems and Huizenga’s three miracles;
physical chemistry of PdD;
electrochemistry of PdD;
loading requirements on excess power production;
the nuclear ash problem and He-4 observations;
approaches to theory;
screening in PdD;
PdD as an energetic particle detector;
constraints on the alpha energy from experiment;
overview of theoretical approaches;
coherent energy exchange between mismatched quantum systems;
coherent x-rays in the Karabut experiment and interpretation;
excess power in the NiH system;
Piantelli experiment;
prospects for a new small scale clean nuclear energy technology.

The material presented is different each day. Mid-day sessions are scheduled, with the room location to be announced.

Jan/20 Tue 10:30AM-02:30PM TBD
Jan/21 Wed 10:30AM-02:30PM TBD
Jan/22 Thu 10:30AM-02:30PM TBD
Jan/23 Fri 10:30AM-02:30PM TBD

There is no pre-requisite or advance sign-up. Participants are welcome at individual sessions, or all the sessions.

Cold Fusion Now’s Jeremy Rys of Alien Scientist Channel has recorded previous sessions of Cold Fusion 101 which you can view on the Cold Fusion Now Channel.

For more information, visit the MIT course website at
http://student.mit.edu/searchiap/iap-BD6D0CF8E170B284E0400312852F4A61.html

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2014 CF/LANR Colloquium at MIT video files

What’s the biggest secret today?

That the world is on the verge of receiving a next-generation nuclear power technology that offers human civilization a clean, green technological future for all of Earth.

As media theorist Marshall McLuhan wrote, “The biggest secrets are kept by public incredulity.”

Oh the reward for opening your mind.

Watch these videos of the 2014 Cold Fusion/LANR Colloquium at MIT held Friday through Sunday, March 21-23, and get ahead of the meme about to break out viral: there is a new energy science that’s now forming into a technology, and it’s called cold fusion.

cf-lanr-bannerThe Cold Fusion / LANR Colloquium at MIT was organized by Mitchell Swartz and Gayle Verner of JET Energy and held on the campus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) March 21-23, 2014 on the 25th anniversary of the announcement of the discovery. LANR stands for Lattice-assisted nuclear reactions, and researchers from several countries met to brief each other on their latest results on generating excess heat and transmutations.

See all recent uploads of the event on the Cold Fusion Now Youtube Channel

Videos will be added as they are edited.


Find All 2014 CF/LANR Colloquium at MIT Audio, Video, and Full Coverage Here


[watch] Peter Hagelstein Landscapes in cold fusion research

wake for cold fusion at MIT PFC MIT Professor Peter Hagelstein remembers the Wake for Cold Fusion held on June 26, 1989 at 4PM by the Plasma Fusion Center for the “death and demise” of the field.

“What’s your guys opinion about the Wake business?” he grins.

“Premature!” “Woke up!” shouts the audience.

On the 2014 CF/LANR Colloquium presentations, Hagelstein says “This has been one of the strongest and most interesting conferences in the field. I’m stunned at what’s gone on here at this meeting.”

“This was well beyond my wildest dreams; this was an astonishingly strong meeting, but the field is hanging on by a thread.”

“The current situation with respect to the scientific progress in the field, given the abysmal status … of an incredibly small number of resources, the progress has been fantastic under the most adverse conditions imaginable.”

According to Hagelstein, the Sidney Kimmel Institute of Nuclear Renaissance at the University of Missouri is the one “glimmer of light on the radar screen”. SKINR has full funding for staff and resources over a multi-year period.

On the closing day of the Colloquium, Hagelstein expressed thanks and appreciation to the scientists who’ve stayed in the field all these 25 years, and in an emotional tribute, honors the friends they’ve lost along the way.

Video of this event is courtesy Jeremy Rys of AlienScientist.com. You can show your appreciation to Jeremy by donating to acgravity@gmail.com on Paypal.


Find All 2014 CF/LANR Colloquium at MIT Audio, Video, and Full Coverage Here


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