Our team (i.e. the CP Research Group) and this web site are dedicated to research, development and consulting related to LENR (Low Energy Nuclear Reactions). As the potential fruits of our work we are aiming to offer knowledge, products and services to the emerging market.
We believe, that the theory on condensed plasmoids (CPs) will enable us to design experiments, which will gain a deeper insight into the physics of LENR, beyond what has been the basis of LENR research since the historic Fleischmann/Pons experiment.
LENR science, as we see it, cannot advance to the point of general acceptance, if research results are kept secret for protecting the intellectual properties prematurely. Instead, the scientific process is requiring an open and interdisciplinary dialogue among a strong community of research groups.
We are therefore working on the basis of "science first". This means, it doesn't make much sense to us to develop prototypes of LENR reactors, before the underlying physics is well understood. As said, this understanding can only grow via cooperative efforts in the larger LENR research community. Consequently, one of our initial activities is to coordinate experiments with the involvement of other research groups.
Born 1957 in Hamburg, Lutz is the father of three adult daughters. He holds a Master of Science degree in physics from the University of Hamburg (1986).
Lutz started his career as a designer and developer of multiprocessor hardware (1987 - 1994). From 1994 through 2019 he worked as a consulting engineer for multinational companies (Compaq, SAP and Cisco).
Lutz is the programmer and operator of a public cloud service for neighborly help groups: Obelio eLETS Service
Lutz is a broad generalist and is strong in solution-oriented analytical thinking. Around 2006 he started to evaluate the available literature about LENR research. By 2015 he found an explanation, how the reaction is facilitated by an ultra-dense plasmoid state of matter. It took him until 2019 to work out a quantum-mechanical model of this state, to program a simulation tool for it, perform the simulation runs and document this theory on this web site.
Is a hobby physicist with a M.Sc.Eng. who is curious about LENR. He has published an overview article here. He is interested in exploring intermediate energy physics (between chemistry and high energy physics), how quantum mechanical effects influence biology as well as water science.
Erwin holds a M.Sc.Eng. (Dipl-Ing.) in Mechatronics (Robotics and embedded systems) from the Technical University Munich. He started his professional career in 1996 as IT communication electronics engineer at Siemens Nixdorf.
From 1998-2009 he worked as software developer and IT-consultant in different positions for multinational companies (Allgeier SE, Nokia-Siemens, ...). He is founding member of the non-profit a ssociation Bürgernetz Weihenstephan e.V. and was co-founder and CEO of a Sino-German IT consulting company in Shanghai (CEO position 2000 - 2002).
Since 2010 Erwin is working in the field of autonomous driving as software developer, project manager and systems engineer for a German car manufacturer.
Erwin is a passionate maker and generalist with profound knowledge in physics, robotics, embedded electronics, testing and business development. His strong research interest in LENR started in 2011. Since 2015 Lutz and Erwin are working together on LENR research and experimentation activities in their spare time.
Clemens studied applied physics and is working as an engineer in the R&D of renewable energies since 12 years.
He has a broad generalistic background from craftsmanship to experimental physics. Especially in high vacuum and thin film technology.
Since the time in school he was interested in all kind of alternative energy sources. Since 2016 he focused on LENR and joined the CP Team 2018.
He is very open minded to have a look beyond the scientific status quo and to think out of the box but with a strong engineering background to check it on plausibility and to put it to a experimental test.
Alexander holds a Master of Science degree in physics from the University of Technology Graz and a MBA from the University of Technology Vienna.
He has been involved in projects revolving around water, biophysics, biomedical engineering and renewable energies since 2004.
Alexander has been researching the characteristics of water under electrochemical and tribomechanical stress as well as at interfaces such as membranes since 2006. Special focus has been placed on hydrogen production, exploring the effects of high voltage fields, pulsed with high frequency direct currents. Phenomena registered during experiments for hydrogen production drew his interest to the topic of LENR.
Since 2014, Alexander is working as a consulting engineer.