LENR at NIWeek 2012

Many thanks, LENR is clearly a confirmation of ECE theory, I have been posting some notes for UFT226 and as usual will post this message. I assume that LENR protagonists are interested in my blog because of ECE theory. There seems to be no other explanation because I have not worked in this area before. LENR is one out of many areas of physics and chemistry in which ECE physics explains things that cannot be understood by the standard physics and in comparison, ECE is easy to understand, adn rigorously correct i all aspects, being always based on the same rigorously correct Cartan geometry. Thanks for your interest!

In a message dated 05/08/2012 14:03:16 GMT Daylight Time, writes:


You probably know National Instruments, and probably have already heard before of the NIWeek event yearly organized by this company in Austin, Texas USA. This year’s will be held on August 6-9. For the first time ever in its history, this event will feature keynotes and panels about LENR, aka “Cold fusion”. This is a sign of the growing acceptance this field is having (mainly thanks to the race caused by claims and demonstrations of commercial LENR devices in the past 2 years), and that soon new physics might be needed to properly explain and model the exact mechanisms involved in this phenomenon. Earlier this year there have been indications that National Instrument’s involvement with LENR researchers might be more than just a business relationship, as shown in this presentation (pdf format, 4 megabytes) presented by NI science director Stefano Concezzi during a LENR conference in Rome on July.

Here is what I could find in the official NIWeek 2012 program (pdf format):

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The Quest for Alternative Energy—Anomalous Heat
Effect (a.k.a. Cold Fusion)

Tuesday, August 7 > 4:45–5:45 p.m. > Ballroom E
Andrea Aparo, PhD, Ansaldo Energia Spa;
Robert Duncan, PhD, University of Missouri;
Robert E. Godes, Brillouin Energy Corp.;
Michael McKubre, PhD, SRI International; and
Akito Takahashi, PhD, Osaka University and Technova Inc.

Several labs around the world are trying to replicate the
phenomenon known as “cold fusion.” While the term has
evoked controversy, many research facilities have observed
over 200 instances of intense heat. This demonstrates either
an unknown physical event or a need for better measurement
and control tools. In both cases, NI can provide the tools to
accelerate innovation and scientific discovery. The Big Physics
and Science Summit brings together experts to discuss these
anomalous heat effects, the status of theoretical research,
experimental results, and the prospect of commercializing
this technology for daily energy needs.

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Status of CMNS/CF/LENR Research at Kobe-Technova

Wednesday, August 8 > 3:30–4:00 p.m. > Ballroom E
Akito Takahashi and Akira Kitamura, Technova Inc.

The Kobe-Technova team is elucidating the underlying physics
of anomalous heat evolution effects in deuterium (D) and
protium (H) gas-loaded nano-metal-compound systems.
Basic tools are the twin D(H) gas-loading equipment and the
supporting theoretical modeling by the TSC multibody fusion
theory. Using various Pd-based and Ni-based nanofabricated
samples, the team has reproducibly observed anomalous
heat effects with isotopic differences using time-dependent
(dynamic) data of thermal-power evolutions,
D(H)/metal-atom loading ratios, and their temperature
dependence (for Ni-based cases).

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Commercialization of LENR Technology

Wednesday, August 8 > 4:00–4:30 p.m. > Ballroom E
Robert Godes, Brillouin Energy Corporation

In the quest for alternative energy, researchers have tried to
understand the intense heat release of Pd-D or Ni-H reactions.
By understanding the physics behind this lower energy nuclear
reaction phenomenon, researchers can control the reaction.
Explore how Brillouin Energy Corporation has demonstrated
control over the reaction, who the early adopters are likely to
be, the types of systems that will be commercialized, and
the applications these systems will address.

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In addition to these, there will be a session called Big Physics and Science Poster Session which will feature presentations from individuals (not listed in the official program) affiliated with recent LENR developments such as:

Alexandros Xanthoulis, Defkalion
Francesco Celani, INFN
George Xanthoulis, Defkalion
James Dunn, Defkalion
John Hadjichristos, Defkalion
Peter Hagelstein, MIT
Symeon Tsalikoglou, Defkalion
Fancesca Sarto, ENEA
Vittorio Violante, ENEA Frascati Research Center

Big Physics and Science Poster Session

Wednesday, August 8 > 4:45–5:45 p.m. > Ballroom E
Arun Veeramani, NI

Review the technical papers, projects, and research work of
scientists and engineers from different labs and commercial
companies such as LNLS (Brazil), Los Alamos National
Laboratory, MagiQ Technologies, Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
and Phoenix Nuclear Labs. Learn control and instrumentation
best practices through one-on-one conversations with over
15 authors.

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I feel that Martin Fleischmann, cold fusion co-discoverer who died at 85 this week, will be probably soon vindicated.

Best regards

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