Lynn Bowen is the Chief Science Officer for Deuterium Energetics. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from the University of Missouri and a Masters degree in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She spent her early career developing state of the art design of custom and semi-custom circuits including Read/Write
amplifiers for disk drive applications, Read-Channel circuits for various disk drives, a Write Amplifier for magnetic tape drive, intelligent battery circuits and application-specific circuits for flat
panel displays and was the project manager for both of these projects for National Semiconductor. She has worked with cutting edge companies such as Silicon Systems, where she designed an 8-channel Read/Write Head Driver circuit. Microlinear where she designed circuits for disk drive applications. For Analog Devices LSP Division she was a senior design engineer where her work included product definition, defining a business strategies, schedules, and resources. Lynn has spent the last 25 years doing independent research in the field of theoretical nuclear physics that includes the mathematical modeling of nuclear reactions. The models predict the binding energy of nuclides by using only one variable, as compared to the current state of the art with conventional models of using five variables. The models also predict numerous nuclear behaviors, just as high energy states, decay modes, and beta+ decay rates. She is currently examining the explanation for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) using standard physics theories and nuclear engineering techniques. She has presented several lectures and poster sessions at several nuclear physics conferences and has published peer-reviewed papers in the Journal of International Condensed Matter Nuclear Science.