Design Complete, Anode is Ordered

Design Complete, Anode is Ordered

LPPFusion Mechanical Engineer Rudy Fritsch, with the help of Chief Scientist Lerner and suggestions from Research Scientist Syed Hassan, has completed the redesign of the anode stalk, based on extensive thermal and mechanical simulations. The key to the redesign was...

Snubbing Out the Current Oscillations

Snubbing Out the Current Oscillations

New simulations have led to what appears to be the solution of the current oscillation problem that LPPFusion’s research team has been struggling to solve since mid-2019. These oscillations are the most likely cause of the disruption of current filaments that have in...

Capital Round Closing Dec. 31

Capital Round Closing Dec. 31

LPPFusion is closing the present capital round Dec. 31 and starting another round next year at a higher price of $150/share. (The present price is $125/share.) The present round is open only to accredited investors. For more details, see our Investment page.

Asia Times Covers Fusion-Cosmology Links in Lerner Interview

Asia Times Covers Fusion-Cosmology Links in Lerner Interview

In another step in increasing LPPFusion’s media profile, Asia Times is running a four-part interview with LPPFusion Chief Scientist Lerner. The series, titled “The Big Bang Never Happened, but Fusion Will” ties together Lerner’s research in cosmology and...

Simulations, New Ideas Aid Anode Final Design

Simulations, New Ideas Aid Anode Final Design

LPPFusion Mechanical Engineer Rudy Fritch has continued to work with Chief Scientist Eric Lerner on simulations aimed at redesigning the anode stalk. These studies are critical to the next experiment, as the last anode cracked and the new one will be subject to...

New Switch Parts Start to Arrive

New Switch Parts Start to Arrive

Parts for the new switches for FF-2B have now started to arrive at our lab in Middlesex, NJ. As explained in the last report, the biggest differences between the new switches and the existing switches are their number and size. Instead of one switch per capacitor in...

SEC Allows Expanded Investment— LPPFusion Plans New Crowdfunding

SEC Allows Expanded Investment— LPPFusion Plans New Crowdfunding

In a big win for LPPFusion and other start-ups, the US Security and Exchange Commission, (SEC), voted Nov. 2 by 3 to 2 to adopt multiple changes in investment law. For us, the most important change is to allow Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) that permit unlimited...

New Anode Starts Manufacture

New Anode Starts Manufacture

In a second step in our upgrade, LPPFusion has placed an order for the machining of the base of our new beryllium anode. We have also received a cylinder of beryllium that will be used for the shaft of the anode, so we now have all the beryllium metal that we need for...

Design Complete, Anode is Ordered

Design Complete, Anode is Ordered

LPPFusion Mechanical Engineer Rudy Fritsch, with the help of Chief Scientist Lerner and suggestions from Research Scientist Syed Hassan, has completed the redesign of the anode stalk, based on extensive thermal and mechanical simulations. The key to the redesign was...

Snubbing Out the Current Oscillations

Snubbing Out the Current Oscillations

New simulations have led to what appears to be the solution of the current oscillation problem that LPPFusion’s research team has been struggling to solve since mid-2019. These oscillations are the most likely cause of the disruption of current filaments that have in...

Capital Round Closing Dec. 31

Capital Round Closing Dec. 31

LPPFusion is closing the present capital round Dec. 31 and starting another round next year at a higher price of $150/share. (The present price is $125/share.) The present round is open only to accredited investors. For more details, see our Investment page.

Asia Times Covers Fusion-Cosmology Links in Lerner Interview

Asia Times Covers Fusion-Cosmology Links in Lerner Interview

In another step in increasing LPPFusion’s media profile, Asia Times is running a four-part interview with LPPFusion Chief Scientist Lerner. The series, titled “The Big Bang Never Happened, but Fusion Will” ties together Lerner’s research in cosmology and...

Simulations, New Ideas Aid Anode Final Design

Simulations, New Ideas Aid Anode Final Design

LPPFusion Mechanical Engineer Rudy Fritch has continued to work with Chief Scientist Eric Lerner on simulations aimed at redesigning the anode stalk. These studies are critical to the next experiment, as the last anode cracked and the new one will be subject to...

New Switch Parts Start to Arrive

New Switch Parts Start to Arrive

Parts for the new switches for FF-2B have now started to arrive at our lab in Middlesex, NJ. As explained in the last report, the biggest differences between the new switches and the existing switches are their number and size. Instead of one switch per capacitor in...

I think that the “Focus Fusion” approach of Lawrenceville Plasma Physics, Inc. should be funded as the science behind it is very interesting. Even if this approach does not succeed in producing fusion energy, the research will produce valuable technology in the near term.

Bruno Coppi

Physics Professor & Senior Fusion Researcher, MIT

review committee of four senior scientists, led by the former head of the US government fusion program, concluded that our effort deserved “a much higher level of investment … based on their considerable progress to date”

Review Committee

The experimental program that LPP plans to carry out has great potential to show how the plasma focus can be used to generate fusion energy and to demonstrate the feasibility of hydrogen-boron fusion. Read more…

Dr. Julio Herrera

Professor of Physics, National Autonomous University of Mexico

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