The annual NIWeek Conference inAustinspearheaded by the National Instruments kicked off last August 6 where a video of an LENR research that produces anomalous heat effect was presented.UniversityofMissouri Professor Rob Duncanshowed an interesting video about his LENR research before an enthusiastic audience. In LENR events in the past days,Duncanhas become one of the LENR enthusiasts talking about the influence of Fleischmann and Pons Effect to the recent LENR technologies. He has been presenting his device to the many forums and conferences on cold fusion/LENR in the hope to introduce the new technology to a wider audience.
In his video, National Instruments’ Greg Morrow was also featured talking about the involvement of NI in measuring the anomalous heat effect.Duncanremains unperturbed by the skeptics and continues to prove the worth of the device presenting where the data brings it. At the National Instruments conference,Duncanis likened to a rock superstar taking the main stage spreading the good news that anomalous heat effect is not a work of fiction. With regard to the numerous criticisms he received, Professor Duncan underscored that it is important to follow the scientific method dispassionately and follow the data. This kind of attitude is what we need in order to be successful with the intention to bring the LENR research to its ultimate level.
NIWeek conference featured the private company’s work in developing hardware and software used for measurement and control in science and engineering highlighting various activities like workshops, presentations and exhibitions. NI has been involved in the development of LENR for many years now. As a matter of fact, they have been presenting new trends and developments featuring experts in the LENR field. The company has been deeply involved in working with LENR researchers around the world, according to the National Instruments Director of Science and Big Physics Segment Stefano Concezzi.
The recently concluded NIWeek Conference also featured interesting discussions and presentations including “The Quest for Alternative Energy—Anomalous Heat Effect (a.k.a. Cold Fusion)”, “The Status of CMNS/CF/LENR Research at Kobe-Technova” by Akito Takahashi of Technova Inc., “The Commercialization of LENR Technology” by Robert Godes of Brillouin Energy. Aside from the well-respected panelists, NIWeek also featured big names in LENR as presenters in the 30-minute seesion. They were Alexandros Xanthoulis, George Xanthoulis, James Dunn, John Hadjichristos and Symeon Tsalikoglou of Defkalion Green Technologies; Francesco Celani of INFN; Peter Hagelstein of MIT; and Frank Gordon retired of SPAWAR.