The program of speakers has been published on the website for the ICCF19 conference which will be taking place in Padua Italy, April 13-17. Here’s the link: http://iccf19.com/program_detail.html
There are a some familiar and unfamiliar names to me on the program, and some interesting topics — it looks like the will be a mixture of discussion between palladium-deuterium, and nickel-hydrogen LENR systems, along with some more broad-based topics.
A few presentations on the program stand out to me particularly:
Violante Vittorio: “Heat Production and RF detection during cathodic polarization of Palladium in O.1 MLiOD” — (I wonder if he discussed this with Bill Gates at ENEA last year)
Kidwell, David: “Observations of RF Emissions and heat in electrochemical loading experiments” — (More on RF emissions)
Hubler, Graham (of the Univ. of Missouri SKINR Institute): “On a Possible Cosmological Explanation for the Anomalous Heat Effect” — (Andrea Rossi has said that astronomical observations inform his LENR theory)
Iwamura, Yasuhiro: “The Launch of a New Scheme on CMNS at Tohoku University” — (This new program for the study of LENR was recently reported at http://22passi.blogspot.in/2015/03/lenr-at-tohoku-university.html)
Grimshaw, Thomas: “Integrated Policymaking for Realizing LENR Benefits and Mitigating Its Impacts of LENR” — (A discussion on public policy to effect a smooth transition to a world with LENR power available)
Goryachev, Igor Viteliavich: “Technology of Environmentally Clean Remediating Radioactive Waste Based on Low Energy Transumation of Radioactive Nuclides” — (LENR to clean up nuclear contamination — if it works well, this would be an extremely popular application, I would guess)
Vandenberghe, Michel (CEO LENR-Cities) “Society and New LENR Technologies” — (This will follow the LENR-Cities meeting in Milan on April 10, where Michel has said they will be making some important announcements)
Katinsky, Steven: “Industrial Association for LENR” — (Perhaps the announcement of an Industry group?)
Alexander Parkhomov is not yet listed as one of the speakers, but he does have a poster session listed: “Research on High-Temperature Rossi Heat Source Analogue”. I am sure he will be busy answering questions about that!
Today, here on E-Cat World, Bob Greenyer posted that the MFMP are planning to run an ‘off-off-broadway’ replication attempt at the place where they are staying. So that will be interesting to follow too.
Unfortunately I won’t be able to attend this conference, but looking at the list of speakers it looks to be a very interesting program and I look forward to catching up on all the news coming out of Padua.