Summer started, but the CleanHME project is not going on vacation. The summertime is usually very busy for scientists who meet more often during conferences, workshops and schools. This summer
One of the CleanHME project goals is to perform common and complementary experiments on low energy nuclear reactions. In May 2022, the Josef Stefan Institute (Slovenia) group hosts groups of
We added a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section to the CleanHME web-site. It answers frequently asked questions about our work. You may find it in the menu bar at the
On April 6, 2022 we cordially invite you to visit the Nuclear Physics Laboratory at the eLBRUS Centre for Experimental Physics of the University of Szczecin, Poland. After a long
Dr Celani’s hydrated constantan wire based experiments are a simple platform for investigating the role of various control parameters. Previous investigations identified the hydrogen flux within the wire being the
The linear accelerator for low-energy nuclear-reactions study at the University of Szczecin (Poland) will be equipped with a decelerating unit allowing us to reach very low energies of deuterium ions.
Meet the experts working on the CleanHME project! Our next interview in this series is the introduction of Mathieu Valat. The next expert interview will be published in a week.
Meet the experts working on the CleanHME project! Our next interview in this series is the introduction of Jozef Zlomanczuk. The next expert interview will be published in a week.
Meet the experts working on the CleanHME project! Our fourth interview in this series is the introduction of Andras Kovacs. The next expert interview will be published in a week.
Meet the experts working on the CleanHME project! Our third interview in this series is the introduction of our project coordinator, Konrad Czerski. The next expert interview will be published
Meet the experts working on the CleanHME project! Our second interview in this series is the introduction of Jean-Paul Biberian. The next expert interview will be published in a week.
Meet the experts working on the CleanHME project! Our first interview in this series is the introduction of Guido Parchi. The next expert interview will be published in a week.
On September 23-24, the CleanHME project General Assembly Meeting took place at Uppsala University, Sweden, giving the possibility to discuss scientific progress and challenges of the experimental and theoretical study,
Several project participants attended the 14th International Workshop on Anomalies in Hydrogen Loaded Metals organized by the International Society For Condensed Matter Nuclear Science in Assisi (Italy).
The University of Szczecin (Poland) group visited the Sienna University (Italy) group to exchange information in experimental techniques used in the LENR study.
Several project participants attended the ICCF23 conference organized by the Innovation Laboratory for Sciences and Technologies of Energy Materials of Fujian Province (IKKEM), China and by the State Key Laboratory
Experimental study in the eLBRUS laboratory (University of Szczecin, Poland) started with the electron screening investigation in target studied previously by Josef Stefan Institut (Slovenia) in inverse kinematics.
The Indian Institute of Technology organized a workshop commemorating Dr. M. Srinivasan, who sadly passed away recently. Nearly half of the presentations are made by researchers involved in CleanHME project
Starting from this week, bi-weekly technical seminars have started in which the participants are discussing scientific progress and challenges of the experimental and theoretical study. The initial feedbacks are positive:
Director of Centre for Experimental Physics ’eLBRUS’ of the University of Szczecin, with the approval from the Rector of the University of Szczecin, announces opening of the position of Postdoc in
On this day we encourage people to think creatively, to implement their own, even the most unusual ideas. This day is also a good opportunity for a dialog between inventors
We are happy to share the news about the starting of Hermes project, which is in many ways complementary to CleanHME. Hermes will also research clean hydrogen-metal energy, with a
The CleanHME kick-off meeting was held on September 23-25, 2020. It was hosted by the University of Szczecin. All participants felt that it was a dynamic start to the project,
Today is international energy efficiency day: this day reminds all of us to be conscious about energy efficiency improvements and seeking new energy sources. The main goal of the CleanHME
This news is relevant to all scientists, engineers, and technology enthusiasts interested in breakthrough energy technologies: the first day of the CleanHME kick-off meeting will be open to the general
Dr Francesco Celani made a presentation at the ANV4 workshop on LENR & Earth, which was held in Assisi during September 10-12. His presentation focused on comparing the effect of
The kick-of meeting of the CleanHME project will be held during September 23-25, hosted by the University of Szczecin. See the following link for the kick-off meeting program and travel
Volume 33 of the Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science (JCMNS) has been published. It can be accessed via jcmns.org. This volume contains the proceedings of the ICCF-22 conference, which
The first CleanHME publication is a deep analysis of the over 80 experiments/tests performed at Frascati National Laboratory in Italy (June-September 2019). Lead author Francesco Celani said: “Our analysis, based
Several Italian researchers will be back in Assisi on September 10-11, in the same place where the ICCF22 conference was held last year. The event will focus on new developments
The CleanHME project officially started its work on August 1, 2020. Over the next four years, we will work hard to firmly establish metal-hydrides based energy production on the map