Cold Fusion 2013
a review of scientific progress
January 21st 16h00 -18h00
presentation & discussion, followed by drinks
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Since the announcement by Pons & Fleischmann in 1989, the field of cold fusion research has been loaded with controversy. Twenty-four years later, many within the scientific community still consider cold fusion an impossible dream. Yet some scientists are convinced otherwise :
“Cold fusion is a scientific revolution of unimaginable impact”
— Dr. Frank Gordon, former head of US SPAWAR group, Aug. 2012
A perfect opportunity for scientific enquiry…
The University of Eindhoven and the Dutch Association of Engineers KIVI NIRIA are pleased to host a colloquium by prof. Jean-Paul Biberian
, a well-regarded cold fusion expert at the University of Marseille.
In about an hour, prof. Biberian will give an up-to-date overview of cold fusion research, focusing on experimental results obtained by research groups worldwide at institutions like MIT, the US Naval Research Laboratory, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and many more. He will outline and interpret the most important results, many of which have been published in international journals. With plenty of time allotted to discussion, this promises to be a thought-provoking session …
About Jean-Paul Biberian
Former professor of physics at the University of Marseille, Dr. Jean-Paul Biberian is one of the few French scientist working on cold fusion phenomena since the 1990s. He is one of the executive committee members of the International Society of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science and editor-in-chief of its journal. In addition to his scientific contributions, Professor Biberian is the public face in France of cold fusion, and has authored many popular articles and films on the subject. His most recent contribution is a book, “la fusion dans tous ses états”, with a preface by dr. Stanley Pons.
To attend this colloquium, please register at email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
before Jan 14th January 2