David Nagel

David Nagel
Title:
Research Professor
Office:
Tompkins 101A | Office hours: By appointment
Phone:
202-994-5293
Email:
nagel@gwu.edu

 

Professor David Nagel's current research involves low energy nuclear reactions and noise in solar cells.

 

  • Ph.D., University of Maryland, 1977

Refereed Publications

  • Surface Preparation of Materials for LENR: Femtosecond Laser Processing. Scott A. Mathews, David J. Nagel, Brandon Minor and Alberto Pique. Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, vol. 15, pp. 268-278, March 2015
  • LENR Excess Heat May Not Be Entirely from Nuclear Reactions. David J. Nagel and Roy A. Swanson. Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, vol. 15, pp. 279-287, March 2015
  • Energy Gains from Lattice-Enabled Nuclear Reactions. David J. Nagel. Current Science, vol. 108, No. 4, pp. 641-645 25 February 2015
  • Lattice-Enabled Nuclear Reactions in the Nickel and Hydrogen Gas System. David J. Nagel. Current Science, vol. 108, No. 4, pp. 646-652 25 February 2015

Magazine Articles

  • Questions About Lattice Enabled Nuclear Reactions: Mechanisms and Materials. David J. Nagel. Infinite Energy, No. 118, pp. 15-28, November/December 2014
  • Questions About Lattice Enabled Nuclear Reactions: Experiments, Theories and Computations. David J. Nagel. Infinite Energy, No. 119, pp. 17-36, January/February 2015
  • Questions About Lattice Enabled Nuclear Reactions:  Engineering, Commercialization and Applications. David J. Nagel. Infinite Energy, No. 120, pp. 18-38, March/April 2015
  • Scientific and Commercial Overview of ICCF-19. David J. Nagel. Infinite Energy, No. 122, pp. 10-28, July/August 2015
  • Advisory Committee, International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science.
  • Technical Program Committee for the 17th Conference on Cold Fusion, Korea, August 2012