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Ludwik Kowalski; updated in December 2009.

Department of Mathematical Sciences
Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ, USA

 * Asterisks refer to presentations without co-authors.
  *1. Gordon Research Conference on Nuclear Chemistry, 1964: "Fission of
        Uranium, Bismuth and gold Induced by 156 MeV Protons." (Invited
        speaker talk)

   2. American Chemical Society, Chicago Meeting, 1967: "Complete Fusion
       Collisions. " "Fission-like Disintegration of Light Nuclei . "

   3. American Physical Society, New York Meeting, Winter, 1967: 
       "Examination of Bohr Independence Hypothesis . " Also  "Study of 
        Heavy-ion-induced  Reactions. "

   4. American Physical Society, Washington Meeting, 1969: "Search for
       Cigar-like Compound Nuclei . "

   5. American Physical Society, Winter Meeting, 1969: "Cross Sections for
       Direct Processes in the Interaction of O16 with Al27 and with Co59."

   6. American Chemical Society, Chicago Meeting, 1970: "Angular
       Momentum Effect on Fission Probability."

   7. Third International Symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of
       Fission, Rochester, August 1973: "The Angular-Momentum Dependence
       of Fission Probability of Y170 Compound-Nuclei at Excitation of 107  
         MeV."

   8. International Conference of Reactions Between Complex Nuclei,
       Nashville, Tennessee, June 1974: "Complete Fusion of Heavy lons with
        Aluminum. "

  *9. NJAAPT Meeting, Spring 1975: "Solar Energy in Teaching Elementary
        Physics. "

  10. European Conference in Caen, France, 1976: "The Emission of H and
        He in the Reactions of Au with 718 MeV 86Kr."

  11. American Chemical Society Meeting, Chicago, Sept. 1977:  "Coincidence
        Studies of Heavy Fragments in Reactions of 720 MeV 86Kr with Au . "

  12. American Chemical Society Meeting, Chicago, Sept. 1977: "Formation
        and Decay of 1 94Hg at High Excitation Energy . "

  13. American Chemical Society Meeting, Chicago, Sept. 1977: "Charged
        Particles Emitted in Reactions of 720 MeV 6Kr with Au . "

 *14.  New Jersey Science Convention NJSSA - NJSTA, Cranford, N.J., 1978:
         "Motivating Physics Students with Solar Technology."

  15. Gordon Research Conference on Nuclear Chemistry, 1978. "The Fusion
        is not complete in AR + Au." 

  16. American Chemical Society Meeting, Fall 1979 (Section of Nuclear
        Chemistry and Technology): "Rapid Energy Equilibration and Emission
         of H and He in Reactions 340 MeV 40Ar + Au."

  17. Annual Meeting of A.P.S. in New York, Jan. 24-27, 1983: "Evolution of
        Heavy-Ion Reaction Dynamics as Signaled by Linear Momentum
         Transfer. "

  18. Contribution to the XXI International Winter Meeting on Nuclear
        Physics, Jan. 24-28, 1983: "Evidence for Formation of Highly Excited
        Thermalised Nuclei in Central Collisions Induced by 12C on Heavy
         Targets at 60 MeV/amu . "

  19. International Conference on Heavy-lon and Nuclear Reactions at    
        Catina Italy, March 21-26, 1983:   "Contribution to the Study of     
        Reaction Mechanisms."

 *20. The New Jersey Academy of Science Annual Meeting, March 31, 1983:
         "Density and Errors. "

  21. American Chemical Society Meeting, New York, April, 1986: "Reaction
        Simulation Analysis of Fission-Fragment Angular Correlations. "

 *22. New Jersey Academy of Science Annual Meeting, April 4, t986: "The
         Sl is not Ideal for Teaching Elementary Electromagnetism. "

*23. Tenth Annual New Jersey Science Convention, October 1986: 
       "Radio-activity and Nuclear Clocks. "

  24. American Chemical Society Meeting, Toronto, June, 1988. "Composite
       Nuclei with Temperatures of 3 MeV: Static or Dynamic Densities?"

  25. American Chemical Society Meeting, Dallas, April 1989. "Statistical
        Model Calculations:  Dilemma for H and He Evaporation."

* 26. U.S.-Japan-China Conference, July 1991. A poster presentation     
        devoted to a study of capacitors.

  * 27. Second Annual Northeast Regional Conference,  Brookhaven National 
         Laboratory, October 1991. "The Emperor is Naked", a talk devoted to
         a study of capacitors (see item 27 above).

 * 28. American Association of Physics Teachers, Winter Meeting in Orlando,
         Florida.  January 1991, "Three Simple Experiment from Japan".

  *29. Fourth Annual Joint Physics Conference at Princeton University,
          March 21, 1992, "Two Experiment-Demonstrations from Japan".  The
         conference was organized by New Jersey and Pensylvania sections of
         the American Association of Physics Teachers.

   30. American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting in Orono,
         Maine, August 1992, "The Emperor Has no Clothes".

 *31. American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting in Orono,
         August 1992. "Magnetic Braking", an apparatus competition entry
         (winner of the second prize in the low-cost category).

 *32. American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting in Orono,
         August 1992. "A Misconception about Capacitors in Series",  an apparatus
         competition entry in the high-cost category. 

 *33. Conference On the Introductory Physics Course, Renselaer Polytechnique
        Institute, Troy, New York, May 1993. "On Teacher's Misconception About 
        Capacitors in Series".

 *34. "Interactive Physics, a New Tool for Teaching Physics", a talk delivered in April
         of 1993, at the Spring Meeting of New Jersey Academy of Sciences.

 *35. The fourth Annual Northeastern Regional AAPT Meeting at Keene, New 
        Hampshire, November1993. A talk: "Capacitors in Series", plus a poster 
        session exhibit devoted to the same topic. Also a demonstration:  "On the
        Inequality of Equilibrated Charges in Capacitors in Series". 

  36. NJAAPT/SEPS meeting at Princeton, March 19, 1994. "Using Digitized Video to
        Test the Law of Conservation of Linear and Angular Momentum". The meeting
         was organized by New Jersey and Pensylvania sections of the American 
         Association of Physics Teachers.

 *37. NJAAPT/SEPS meeting at Princeton, March 19, 1994. "An Inexpensive Electric 
        Setup for Your Lab".The meeting was organized by New Jersey and Pensylvania 
        sections of the American Association of Physics Teachers.

  38. "Measuring Times with Computer Simulations",Talk at the APS/AAPT meeting
        in Crystal City, April 21, 1994

 39. “New technology and a Demonstration of Mechanical Resonanse” A contributing
       paper ED8, Summer Meeting of AAPT in Notre Dame University, August, 1994.

 *40. American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting at the University
        of Notre Dame, August, 8,1994. "Capacitors in Series", an apparatus
        competition entry.

  41. American Association of Physics Teachers, Summer Meeting at the University
        of Notre Dame, August, 8,1994. Demonstrating Mechanical Resonance in a
        Large Auditorium", an apparatus competition entry (first prize).

 *42. American Association of Physics Teachers, Winter Meeting at Phoenix,    
        Arizona, January 6, 1997. A contributing paper AC10, “On Destroying 
        Nuclear Waste Instead of Burying It”.

 *43. Sigma XI chapter of Montclair State University, February 12, 1997. 
      A public lecture on “A New Nuclear Option, Destroying Nuclear Waste 
      Instead of Burying It”.

 *44. American Association of Physics Teachers, Winter Meeting at New Orleans,
      Luiziana, January 4, 1998. An invited talk, FD2, “Will New Technology Solve
      the Nuclear Waste Problem?”

  45. Third International Conference on Accelerator Driven Transmutation 
      Technologies and Applications; June 7-11, 1999 Praha, Czech Republic.
      “Spallation Neutron Studies at Saturn”, talk Mo-O-C4. 

 *46. Third International Conference on Accelerator Driven Transmutation 
       Technologies and Applications; June 7-11, 1999 Praha, Czech Republic.
       An additional poster session presentation. 

  47 First Annual WebCT Conference, June 1999, Vancouver, Canada. “Critical 
      Thinking About WebCT”

 *48 Second WebCT Conference 2000, Athens, Georgia. “Learning to Use WebCT”

  49 “Incineration of Radioactive Waste”, on the Internet; see MSU website at:
        http://www.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/html_docs/items.html

  50 “Alaska Notes”, self-published on the Internet; see MSU website at:
        http://alpha.montclair.edu/~kowalskiL/magadan/marek.html

*51 11th International Conference on Emerging Nuclear Energy Systems,”
       Albuquerque, N.M., October, 2002 “On Nuclear Topics in General
       Physics and Chemistry.”

*52 Tenth International Cold Fusion Conference, August 2003, Cambridge, 
       Mass.  “The Dilemma of a Physics Teacher.” 

 53 Eleventh International Cold Fusion Conference, October 2004, , 
       Marseille, France.  “Charged Particles From Ti and Pd Foils” 

*54 Eleventh International Cold Fusion Conference, October 2004, , 
       Marseille, France.  “Recent Cold Fusion Claims: Are The Valid?” 

*55 Eleventh International Cold Fusion Conference, October 2004, , 
       Marseille, France.  “History of Attempts to Publish a Paper.” 

*55 Eleventh International Cold Fusion Conference, October 2004, , 
       Marseille, France.  “History of Attempts to Publish a Paper.” 

56 Twelfth International Cold Fusion Conference, November 2005, , 
       Yokohama, Japan.  “New Results and Ongoing Excess Heat Controversy.” 

57 Fourteenth International Cold Fusion Conference, August, 2008, 
       Washington, DC, August, 2008  "Nuclear or Not Nuclear: How to Decide?.” 
58 IVe Congres de la Societe de Philosophy des Sciences (SPS), 
       1-3 Juin 2012, Montreal (Canada); 
       "Theists and Atheists:Futile Confrontations"
59 IVe Congres de la Societe de Philosophy des Sciences (SPS), 
       1-3 Juin 2012, Montreal (Canada);
       "Social and Philosophical Aspects of a Scientific Controversy"