ICCF-21

3 - 8 June, 2018  |  Fort Collins, CO USA

 

The 21st 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR 

CONDENSED MATTER NUCLEAR SCIENCE

(aka International Conference for Cold Fusion)

ICCF-21 has successfully CONCLUDED. 

 

ICCF-22 was held in Assisi Italy on September 8-13, 2019.  

Videos of ICCF-21 Oral Presentations

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ICCF-21 Group Photo

June 5, 2018  at The Lory Student Center

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ICCF-21 Program Book

(Full Version)

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ICCF-21 Program Cover Page

WHEN /

3 - 8 June, 2018

WHERE /

The Lory Student Center

Colorado State University

Fort Collins, CO

ABOUT ICCF-21 /

  • The goal for ICCF-21 has been to organize a very cost effective conference.  There are affordable turn-key registration option that includes the conference meeting, accommodations, dining and conference add-ons. 

  • A turn-key registration including the conference program, single occupancy residence hall room, all meals, standard conference events and airport transfers is $849 during early registration.  

  • Getting There.  Colorado State University (CSU) is in Fort Collins, north of Denver, Colorado.  Air travel is to Denver International Airport (DEN,) the sixth busiest international airport in the U.S.  It is a one hour drive to Fort Collins.  Transportation between the airport and CSU in Fort Collins is included in most of the conference registration packages.  Denver Airport and Fort Collins are very accessible from anywhere in the US and beyond.  

  • Staying There.  CSU shall be able to offer the first 120+ ICCF-21 attendees single occupancy residence hall rooms with private baths and air conditioning. There are some relatively reasonable cost hotels/motels less than one mile from the Lory Student Center where we shall have our main sessions.  The two closest hotels are the Hilton Fort Collins and Best Western University Inn.  However we encourage attendees to choose the residence halls because we have made a minimum commitment, and to foster interactions and for camaraderie.  The on-campus accommodations are also very low cost.

  • Eating There.  Our university Dining Hall in the Academic Village Commons is directly adjacent to our preferred residence hall area, and will provide breakfast, lunch and dinners.  Meals are included in most of the conference registration packages.  There are over a hundred commercial restaurants in Fort Collins for those wishing to explore their own dining.  

  • Meeting There.  The meeting room for our main sessions shall be the C and D ballrooms in the Lory Student Center about 1300 feet from the Residence and Dining Hall.  The ballroom has a floor to ceiling window wall at one end, with views of the Rocky Mountain foothills.  Sunlight is controlled with LCD Dynamic Glass.  

  • Special Plans:  Among special plans for ICCF-21 is a Scholarship Program for students at various levels.  Competitive applications shall be considered with select students awarded an all expenses paid conference registration, except for travel to Denver.  Scholarship Applications are now being accepted on this website.  There is also an all expenses scholarship program for STEM high school teachers.  

  • Weather.  The Fort Collins area of Colorado experiences typically sunny weather with moderate temperatures and low humidity.  The average low is 53 and the average high is 80 for the month of June in Fort Collins.  Also, the area is a beautiful locale with some breathtaking views.

  • Costs for Participants.  We have a turn-key registration option that includes housing, all meals, the meeting, a reception, excursion, banquet and airport transportation for an early registration cost of $849.  There are also options for double-occupancy if you wish to attend with a friend, and for Companions and Press, and well as for those wishing to stay off-campus.  

  • We have arranged for an early arrival option, and a late departure option, for $99 each for those wishing to have a more relaxed schedule.  This includes an extra room night and meals on 2 June, Saturday, and an extra room night and meals on 8 June Friday, respectively.  Details are presented in the registration system.  

  • Options for further time in CO.  We hope some of you can plan to stay in this exceptionally beautiful area of the U.S. after the conference, to see more of the Rocky Mountains, the front range and foot hills of Colorado, Boulder, CO and the Denver area.  

PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE /

SATURDAY

JUNE 2

OPTIONAL EARLY ARRIVAL

ARRIVAL SHORT COURSE

WEDNESDAY

JUNE 6

1/2 CONFERENCE DAY

EXCURSIONS

SUNDAY

JUNE 3

MAIN ARRIVALS

REGISTRATION

OPTIONAL SHORT COURSE

EVENING RECEPTION

THURSDAY

JUNE 7

CONFERENCE DAY

BANQUET AND AWARDS

MONDAY

JUNE 4

ICCF-21 REGISTRATION

KEYNOTES

CONFERENCE BEGINS

FRIDAY

JUNE 8

FINAL CONFERENCE DAY

DEPARTURES

TUESDAY

JUNE 5

CONFERENCE DAY

ISCMNS MEETING

SATURDAY

JUNE 9

OPTIONAL LATE DEPARTURE

ICCF-21 Campus Map

Campus map with areas marked for various ICCF-21 activities. 

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ICCF-21 Patrons and Sponsors
Nagel Foundation
NEF