David Nagel

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Title:
Research Professor
Office:
101A
Address:
Tompkins Hall of Engineering
Washington, DC 20052
Phone:
202-994-5293
Email:
nagel@gwu.edu

Dr. Nagels current research involves low energy nuclear reactions and noise in solar cells.

Education

Ph.D. in Engineering Materials, University of Maryland (College Park) 1977

Publications

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

Distinctions

  • Advisory Committee, International Society for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science.
  • Technical Program Committee for the 17th Conference on Cold Fusion, Korea, August 2012