IAA.9 29th Review Meeting on the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

October 2 - October 6, 2000

SETI Science and Technology
Tuesday, October 3, 2000, 2:30 PM
Room G2, RioCentro Convention Center


Coordinators: J. Tarter (USA), I. Almar (Hungary)
Chairmen: G. Lemarchand (Argentina), S. Shostak (USA)
Rapporteur: C. Cosmovici (Italy)


Number Title First Author
9.1.01 Annual Pesek Lecture:
Building SETI's First Dedicated Observatory
W. Welch
9.1.02 Buying Cyclops by the Yard M. Davis
9.1.03 Beyond the Square Kilometer Array R. DeBiase
9.1.04 One Hundred Up, 4900 To Go! A Project Argus Update P. Shuch
9.1.05 The Use of Gamma-Ray Bursts as Time and Direction Markers in SETI R. Corbet
9.1.06 Galactic Plane SETI Candidates -- Results from the Southern SERENDIP Spectrometer F. Stootman
9.1.07 The Berkeley SETI Program: SETI@Home, SERENDIP, and Optical SETI D. Werthimer
9.1.08 An All-Sky Optical SETI Survey A. Howard
9.1.09 Projects for the Detection of Earths Orbiting Other Stars B. Borucki
9.1.10 SETI 2020 - A Roadmap for the Next 20 Years of SETI Research T. Pierson


Interdisciplinary Connections
Wednesday, October 4, 2000, 9:30 AM
Room G2, Rio Centro Convention Center


Coordinators: J. Tarter (USA), I. Almar (Hungary)
Chairmen: A. Cocca (Argentina), T. Pierson (USA)
Rapporteur: T. Pierson (USA)


Number Title First Author
9.2.01 The Discovery of ETI as a High-Consequence, Low-Probability Event I. Almar
9.2.02 withdrawn  
9.2.03 The Convergence of Intelligences: Learning, Symbols and Efficient Communication J. Diederich
9.2.04 SETI as a Subject of Public Opinion V. Strelnitski
9.2.05 Sociodynamical Analysis of Human Archetypes about Extraterrestrial Intelligent Beings G. Lemarchand
9.2.06 Assessing the Robustness of the Emergence of Intelligence: Testing the Selfish Biocosm Hypothesis J. Gardner
9.2.07 SETI in High Schools Down Under C. Oliver
9.2.08 Large-Size Message Construction for ETI:Typing Logic Contents A. Ollongren
9.2.09 withdrawn  
9.2.10 Cognitive Modeling of Music Perception as a Foundation for Interstellar Message Composition D. Vakoch
9.2.11 The Interdisciplinary Benefits of SETI B. Balazs