July 25 - 28, 2022
Virtual + Mountain View, California
Join us for the premier event to energize conversations and connections at the frontier of solid-state fusion energy technology.
The 2022 ICCF24 Solid-State Energy Summit is planned to be a hybrid virtual and in-person event. The health and safety of attendees is our highest priority and we will be following all possible COVID-related protection measures.
ICCF24 Solid-State Energy Summit
Just as superconductivity spawned the field of low-temperature physics while simultaneously resisting theoretical explanation for decades, researchers around the world have independently observed a particular phenomena of hydrogen loaded metal catalysts – nuclear scale energy measured without radioactive byproducts or extreme temperatures.
A fundamental new way to unlock energy from the atom is on the horizon — a shortcut to fusion power.
ICCF24 Solid-State Energy Summit, in partnership with the ICCF community that has kept the field active since observations in 1990, is primed to reignite the field of Cold Fusion.
Bringing together scientists, government organizations, entrepreneurs, investors, and curious minds, we will discuss what is known and what is needed in order to fully demonstrate that this nuclear phenomena can be harnessed for commercial, clean energy production.
Recent advances in materials science, nanotechnology, nuclear science and engineering, thermoelectric materials, condensed matter science, quantum field theory, lattice confinement, phonon coherence, semiconductor manufacturing, and other disciplines for the first time give us the platform and opportunity to explain and understand low-energy nuclear reactions in addition to expanding our knowledge in these adjacent fields.
President and Cofounder,
The International Energy Agency (IEA)
University of Cambridge
MIT Industrial Performance Center
Former Executive Director,
The Institute of Applied Energy (IAE) Japan
Global Strategy Director,
Co-Founder and Director,
Oliver M Barham
The United States Navy