2007 APS March Meeting
Date: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 @ 07:47:13 GMT
Topic: Science


From NewEnergyTimes, The leader in news and information on low energy nuclear reactions - February 19, 2007

The March Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS), usually the largest physics meeting of the year anywhere, will take place at the Convention Center in Denver, March 5-9, 2007 ( http://aps.org/meetings/march/). More than 7,000 scientists are expected to attend. The principal topics will be condensed matter nuclear physics, industrial applications, new materials, chemical and biological physics, fluids, polymers, and computation. A number of sessions will address social issues.



The March meeting is a great showcase for both fundamental new physics insights and applications of physics in all segments of the great technological cornucopia that affects all aspects of our lives.

The meeting will include two sessions on low energy nuclear reactions, with a total of 19 papers being presented. There will also be a hospitality event for those interested in the topic.


APS Cold Fusion Hospitality Evening
sponsored by Coolescence LLC
When: Monday, March 5, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Where: The Peaks Lounge, Hyatt Regency Hotel at the Colorado Convention Center
What: Fajita bar, wine, beer and conversation


Session A31: Cold Fusion I
Sponsoring Unit: Division of Condensed Matter Physics
Chair: Scott Chubb, Naval Research Laboratory
Location: Colorado Convention Center – 401
Date/Time: Monday, March 5, 2007, 8 – 10 a.m.

Session B31: Cold Fusion II
Sponsoring Unit: Division of Condensed Matter Physics
Chair: Edmund Storms
Location: Colorado Convention Center – 401
Date/Time: Monday, March 5, 2007, 11:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.


Presentations:

Cold Fusion -- An 18 Year Retrospective Short Description
Michael C.H. McKubre
Production of High Energy Particles Using the Pd/D Co-Deposition Process
Pamela A. Mosier-Boss, Stanislaw Szpak, Frank E. Gordon
Accuracy of Cold Fusion Calorimetry
Melvin H. Miles, Martin L. Fleischmann
Resonant Interaction, Approximate Symmetry, and Electromagnetic Interaction (EMI) in Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR)
Scott Chubb
1.6 MHz Sonofusion Model and Measurement
Roger S. Stringham
Selective Resonant Tunneling through Coulomb Barrier by Confined Particles in Lattice
X.Z. Li, Q.M. Wei, B. Liu
Low Energy Nuclear Reactions: 2007 Update
Steven B. Krivit
Physics in a Many-Centered Environment
Talbot A. Chubb
Heat Produced During Electrolysis with a Tubular Pd Cathode
Wu-Shou Zhang, John Dash, Qiongshu Wang
Future Power Production by LENR with Thin-Film Electrodes
George H. Miley, Heinz Hora, Andrei Lipson, Nie Luo, P. Joshi. Shrestha
Engineering of Condensed Matter Nuclear Physics: Heterodyne Behavior in Condensed Matter Nuclear Systems
Mitchell R. Swartz
Maruhn-Greiner Maximum for Confirmation of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) via a Compound Nucleus with Double Magic Numbers
Heinrich Hora, George Miley
The Science of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
Edmund Storms
Time Resolved, High Resolution Gamma Ray and Integrated Charged and Knock-on Particle Measurements of a Pd:D
Co-deposition Cell
Lawrence P.G. Forsley, Gary Phillips, Jay Khim, Pamela Mosier-Boss, Frank Gordon, Stanislaw Szpak
Two-level systems and a low-energy oscillator: Excitation transfer and energy exchange
Peter Hagelstein, Irfan Chaudhary
Material Science Developments Enhancing Excess of Power Reproducibility
V. Violante, M. Bertolotti, E. Castagna, M. McKubre, F. Sarto,
C. Sibilia, F. Tanzella, T. Zilov
Quantization of Differences Between Atomic and Nuclear Rest Masses and Self-organization of Atoms and Nuclei
F.A. Gareev, I.E. Zhidkova
Anomalous Nuclear Phenomena Associated with Ultrafast Processes
Xingliu Jiang, Xiaoping Zhou, Lijun Han, Liyin Wang
Search for Charged Particle Tracks Using CR-39 Detectors to Replicate the SPAWAR Pd/D External Field Co-Deposition Protocol
Winthrop Williams

Abstracts:
http://newenergytimes.com/Conf/2007/APS/APS2007.htm



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