Mats Lewan added few impression, and they are maybe the most amazing for those who were not there :
– It’s clear that several investors and industrial companies are getting into the field. That’s a new thing.
– Energiforsk (used to be Elforsk) was represented to gain information and knowledge in the field.
– After discussions with several persons, adding my own sources, I conclude that there probably is good awareness of the latest LENR technology development at the political top level in the following countries: USA, China, Russia, France, Saudi-Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and gradually also India and maybe Japan.
Petergluck make a report of yesterday, including the report of David French
For ICCF20 it will be Sendai.
There have been 4 presentation this morning.
The one of Michel Vandenberghe of LENR-Cities is discussed here (I expect a video by Dr Bob)
LENR-Cities publish a white paper on their approach on LENRG ecosystem - ICCF19 presentation real time
The presentation of V Dubinko on Breather Nano Coliders impressed me (maybe because I've read his papers before)
Breather Nano Collider for LENR explanation
Danien Szumski presented a theory based on specific non equilibrium temperature for nuclesu coupled by Mosbauer effect...
The idea is that like some energy is stored in interaction between covalent electrons, some energy is stored between mausbauer coupled nucleus, with exchanged gammas that can be interpreted as caused by an atom temperature , allowing fusion....
He propose experiments to measure stored energy in atoms.
Finally Dr Akito takahashi proposed a theory papers, about the rate of fusion in teh framework of his TSC theory.
He propose a coupled state where thow deuteons are orbited by a bosonified electron ( ) and show the importance of the duration of the coupled state.
He also shows that one should not use classical hot fusion formula.
The slide was posted in that thread .
Slides of the 2 presentation of Technova (A Kitamura, A Takahashi). Experiments and theory...
Cold Fusion Now propose an article on ICCF19, aggregating various sources with nice photographies (sorry my cam is too bad)
EDIT: Clean Planet propose few photographies of ICCF19
Peter gluck make a second edition