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22nd International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science ICCF-22
domenica 8 settembre 2019 - venerdì, 13 settembre 2019
Conference Centre
Hotel Domus Pacis
piazza Porziuncola, 1
06081 Santa Maria degli Angeli
SUNDAY 8 SEPTEMBER

17:30 Registration Conference

19:00 Welcome buffet

20:30 Open Bar

MONDAY 9 SEPTEMBER

08:00 Registration

08:30 COLLIS, Opening Address

Moderator:
Claudio PACE
Speakers:
09:00 MCKUBRE, Thirty Years On
09:30 NAGEL, Comparison of the Theoretical Results of Kálmán and Keszthelyi with LENR Experimental Results
10:00 VYSOTSKII, Distant behind-screen generation, X-Ray stimulation and LENR action of undamped heat waves

10:30 Coffee

Moderator:
Steve KATINSKY
Speakers:
11:00 ROTHWELL, Increased Excess Heat from Palladium Deposited on Nickel
11:30 GRIMSHAW, LENR Research Documentation Initiative: Progress in Methods and Participants
12:00 RUER, How LENR can change the World
12:30 BANNISTER, The limits to growth: the intersection of energy and economics

13:00 Buffet Lunch

Moderator:
Nataliya FAMINA
Speakers:
14:30 CELANI, Progress understanding LENR-AHE effects, using thin, long Constantan wires
15:00 RUER, Basics of air flow calorimetry
15:30 GREENYER, Nickel-hydrogen heat generator continuously working for 7 months

16:00 Coffee

Moderator:
Yasuhiro IWAMURA
Speakers:
16:30 TAKAHASHI, Latest Progress in Research on AHE and Circumstantial Nuclear Evidence by Interaction of Nano-Metal and H(D)-Gas
17:00 KASAGI, Possible radiation from thin film metal surface with anomalous excess heat: Can we observe hot spots or Bremsstrahlung?
17:30 DUBINKO, Nuclear Fusion of Hydrogen Isotopes Induced by the Phason Flips in Pd and Ni Nanoclusters

19:00 Dinner

20:30 - 22:00 Open Bar

TUESDAY 10 SEPTEMBER

Moderator:
Michael MCKUBRE
Speakers:
08:00 HAGELSTEIN, Recent Progress on Phonon Coupling Models
08:30 KOVACS, The Zitterbewegung Orbit of Electrons
09:00 KONAGAYA, Development of weak cold-fusion engine (Fusine) assisted by molecular chemical reaction
09:30 KOBAYASHI, Quasi-stability theory with multi-dimensional Taylor expansion: revealing transmutation of atoms in cold fusion
10:00 KONAGAYA, Supercomputer simulation and experiment clarifying the maximum level of focusing compression due to pulsed supermulti-jets colliding: in weak cold-fusion engine (Fusine)

10:30 Coffee

Moderator:
Vladimir DUBINKO
Speakers:
11:00 RUSETSKII, Investigation LENR Processes in Condensed Matter on the HELIS Setup -Overview and Prospects
11:30 CARPINTERI, Earthquake neutrons and Earth-Crust LENR: From seismic precursors to Geochemistry evolution
12:00 METZLER, Observations of delocalized gamma emission from Co-57/Fe-57 samples during application of mechanical stress
12:30 FORBES, Initial report on low-energy ion beam experiments with various metal targets

13:00 Buffet Lunch

14:15 Conference Photo

14:30 Excursion by coach to Assisi

19:00 Dinner

20:30 - 22:00 Open Bar

WEDNESDAY 11 SEPTEMBER

Moderator:
Jacques RUER
Speakers:
08:00 NAGEL, The LENRIA Experiment and Analysis Program (LEAP)
08:30 PAILLET, Highly relativistic deep electrons and the Dirac equation
09:00 GARAI, Physical Model for Lattice Assisted Nuclear Reactions
09:30 JAITNER, Condensed Plasmoids – The Nuclear Active Environment in LENR
10:00 FREDERICKS, Elliptical tracks: evidence for superluminal electrons?

10:30 Coffee

Moderator:
Fran TANZELLA
Speakers:
11:00 SWARTZ, Pulsing Sideband at 327.37 MHz May Herald Movements within an Active Loaded PdD Lattice
11:30 HUANG BJ, Excess Energy from a Vapor Compression System
12:00 STANKOVIC, Nuclear Transmutation with Carbon and Oxyhydrogen Plasma
12:30 UCHIKOSHI, Laser Condensed-Matter Fusion Experiments

13:00 Buffet Lunch

14:30 Poster Session

16:00 Coffee

Moderator:
Florian MEZLER
Speakers:
16:30 KLIMOV, Power Balance in Water Plasma Reactor
17:00 VYSOTSKIIV, a) Periodic structure of Fe-Mn geology crusts with isotopic anomaliesof selfcontrolled global biostimulated isotope transmutation in oceans and lakes. b) The possible role of LENR in dentistry
17:30 COLLIS, ISCMNS General Meeting

19:00 Dinner

20:30 - 22:00 Open Bar

THURSDAY 12 SEPTEMBER

Moderator:
Mathieu VALAT
Speakers:
08:00 KALL, Nuclear Transmutation and Mass Defect explained with the Structured Atom Model (SAM)
08:30 BOWEN, The Electromagnetic Considerations of the Nuclear Force
09:00 HATT, Cold Nuclear Transmutations Light Atomic Nuclei Binding Energy
09:30 COLLIS, An Empirical Global Calculator of Atomic Masses
10:00 VYSOTSKIIV, Anomalous LENR effects and its justification based on the method of coherent correlated states

10:30 Coffee

Moderator:
David NAGEL
Speakers:
11:00 TANZELLA, Mass Flow Calorimetry in Brillouin’s Reactor
11:30 ROGGERI, Opportunities and aid from the European community for the development of scientific cooperation projects
12:00 MASTROMATTEO, LENR evidences experimenting with hydrogen and deuterium loading in thin palladium films
12:30 IWAMURA, Excess Energy Generation using a Nano-sized Multilayer Metal Composite and Hydrogen Gas

13:00 Buffet Lunch

Moderator:
Fabrice DAVIDE
Speakers:
14:30 KLIMOV, Review of the Proceedings of the 25th Russian Conference on Cold Nuclear Transmutation of Chemical Elements and Ball Lightning
15:00 ALBERTINI, 228Th, 63Ni, 57Co: 3 anomalous decays suggesting the feasibility of radionuclide neutralization
15:30 KLIMOVA, Thermal Energy Release in a Swirl Heterogeneous Reactor at Pulsed Repetitive Electrical Discharge

16:00 Coffee

Moderator:
Jean Luc PAIILET
Speakers:
16:30 VYSOTSKIIM, Formation, evolution, collapse and application of correlated packets in LENR experiments
17:00 SWARTZ, Superhyperfine Structure of the Deuteron Line Emission from Active ZrO2PdD Heralds an FCC Vacancy
17:30 BOWEN, Primary and Secondary Reactions in a LENR with a Li Electrolyte Solution

19:00 Renaissance Banquet

FRIDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

Moderator:
Dan SZUMSKI
Speakers:
08:00 ALEXANDROV, Cold nuclear fusion in lithium compound alloy
08:30 SECCOMBE, Phonon Assisted Nuclear Fusion Mode
09:00 SWARTZ, Atomic Deuterium in Active LANR Systems Produces 327.37 MHz Superhyperfine RF Maser Emission
09:30 HUANG C, Temperature Dependence of Maximum Excess Power in 3 New Experiments (Letts, Parkhomov, & Mizuno)
10:00 SWARTZ, Buoyant heat transport can produce unreliable estimates of heat generation

10:30 Coffee

Moderator:
William COLLIS
Speaker:
11:00 RUER, Experimental setup to detect hydrinos

11:30 COLLIS, Closing remarks