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Vancouver, B.C., Canada
April 19-24, 1998

An International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF) is held every 18 months to present laboratory results and to exchange ideas for the advancement of scientific knowledge in this promising new field. With the maturation of the field, ICCF-7 seeks to attract a more diverse audience including additional scientists, research institutes, students, national funding agencies, commercial interests, journalists, and spouses. It is the objective of ICCF-7 to provide a productive international forum for communication and education.

January 1998: Deadline for final abstracts to be published in ICCF-7 Program Manual and Website.
April 1998: Conference. All presenters must hand in their final papers during the conference for timely inclusion in the publication ICCF-7 Proceedings.

A different topic is planned for each day at ICCF-7. An invited presentation with summary review or global implications for the entire field will begin each day's topic, followed by five oral presentations on the topic. Afternoons will be entirely devoted to enhanced poster sessions, which include a 3-5 minute oral preview and summary. A "Top Ten" poster presenters will be selected by the attendees, and each will conduct an expanded 15 minute presentation to the full audience on Thursday afternoon. Three evening workshops will also be held.

Topics include: Heat & Related Products, Nuclear Processes & Products, Materials & Innovative Approaches, and Theory & Nuclear Physics.

Registration fee $450 until January 1, 1998, when it raises to $500.

Hotel reservations are still open at all prices.

For more information or to get on mailing list, contact:
ICCF-7 c/o ENECO, 391-B Chipeta Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
USA Phone (801) 583-2000 Fax (801) 583-6245

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