REFERENCE SITE----
 
  About LENRs
  Investigations

Army Research Labs LENR Workshop
POWER AND ENERGY TFT LOW ENERGY NUCLEAR REACTIONS WORKSHOP ARL
June 29, 2010
[Originally Scheduled for Feb. 11, 2010], Army Research Labs, Adelphi, MD

Slide Presentations
Kim
Widom
Hagelstein
McKubre
Mosier-Boss
Miley1
Miley2
Tanzella
Miles
Pereira
Grabowski
Kim2
Miley3
Nagel

[Updated July 12: Final Workshop Agenda Available. Also, slide presentations available.]

[Updated Feb 9: Message from the organizers: Due to weather conditions in the D.C. area, we have been forced to postpone the 11 February LENR workshop. We will keep you updated once a re-scheduled date has been established.]

[Updated Feb. 1: Message from the organizers: “The LENR Workshop will be held on February 11, NOT February 10th. There was a typo on two of the attached documents distributed with my previous email. “

Also added to the schedule: Peter Hagelstein, representing the Hagelstein Theory and Allan Widom, representing the Widom-Larsen Theory ]

 

 

Draft Agenda as of Jan. 20, 2010

RDECOM Power & Energy TFT
LENR Workshop
11 February 2010
Army Research Labs (ARL), Adelphi, MD

The pressing need for new alternative sources of power for both installation and tactical needs should be of no surprise. This Workshop has generated considerable interest at both Army OSD and DOE. The Workshop’s goal is to supply the Army P&E Leadership Team (and subsequently the Army leadership) with information on the LENR process, to detail the state of the art, to identify feasibility of research efforts to validate or mature the LENR technologies, and to guide possible investments by the Army in this area. Subject matter experts in the fields such as reproducibility, calorimetry, materials, and triggering reactions will discuss their research and findings. After the presentations, we will hold a discussion forum which will probe questions about the current state of LENR and what role the Army's research labs may play in this area.

Workshop Agenda [DRAFT]
0830 Opening Remarks/Workshop Goals Dr. Ed Shaffer, ARL 15 min
0845 Workshop Process Dr. Cynthia Lundgren, ARL 15 min
0900 Reproducibility of LENR Reactions Mike McKubre, SRI 45 min
1000 Evidence of Nuclear Particles Pam Boss, Spawar 45 min
1045 Transmutation George Miley, University of Illinois 45 min
1130 Bose-Einstein Condensates Yeong Kim, Purdue University 45 min
1315 Triggering LENR Reactions Fran Tanzella, SRI( to be given by Mike McKubre, SRI) 45 min
1400 Calorimetry Mel Miles, Dixie State College(to be given by Pam Boss, SpaWar) 45 min
1500 Discussion Session· State of the Art in Materials· Consensus on Reproducibility· With Available Funding, How Can Army Best Contribute · What Basic Science Experiments are Lacking Dr. Cynthia Lundgren 90 min
1630 Closing Remarks Dr. Ed Shaffer, ARL 30 min