IAA.9 32nd Review Meeting on the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

September 29 - October 3, 2003

SETI I: Science and Technology
Monday, September 29, 2003, 14:30 hours
Room: Hall 4.1-2, Bremen Congress Center


Coordinators: R. Malina (France), J. Tarter (USA)
Chairs: C. Maccone (Italy), S. Shostak (USA)
Rapporteur: T. Pierson (USA)


Number Title First Author
9.1.01 Annual Pesek Lecture:
Innovative SETI by the KLT
C. Maccone
9.1.02 SETI-Italia 2003: Status Review S. Montebugnoli
9.1.03 Targeted Optical SETI at Harvard/Smithsonian and Princeton P. Horowitz
9.1.04 All-Sky Optical SETI A. Howard
9.1.05 The Berkeley SETI Program: SERENDIP, SPOCK, and Astropulse D. Werthimer
9.1.06 A Survey of the Galactic Plane for SETI J. Tarter
9.1.07 The Arecibo-Jodrell Bank Project Phoenix Observations I. Morison
9.1.08 Sensitive Detection of Coherence K. Cullers
9.1.09 Power Consideration in the Context of SETI T. Wilson
9.1.10 When Will We Detect the Extraterrestrials? S. Shostak


SETI II: Interdisciplinary Connections
Tuesday, September 30, 2003, 08:30 hours
Room: Hall 4.1-2, Bremen Congress Center


Coordinators: R. Malina (France), J. Tarter (USA)
Chairs: R. Malina (France), C. Oliver (Australia)
Rapporteur: P. Musso (Italy)


Number Title First Author
9.2.01 Back to the Basics B. Dorminey
9.2.02 SETI and the Media D. Whitehouse
9.2.03 SETI Sneak Attack: Lessons Learned from the Pearl Harbor Hoax P. Shuch
9.2.04 Communicating Astrobiology - A New Approach C. Oliver
9.2.05 Life in the Universe: A Course in Science, and Science Fiction M. Brake
9.2.06 SETI Institute as a Model for Managing Interdisciplinary Science T. Pierson
9.2.07 The Art and Science of Interstellar Message Composition D. Vakoch
9.2.08 From Maths to Culture Towards an Effective Message P. Musso
9.2.09 Large-Size Message Construction for ETI A. Ollongren


14th Space Activities and Society Symposium
Session 3. Ethics: Ethical Issues and Space Activities
(List of SETI authors only)
Tuesday, 30 September, 14:30 hours
Franzius Room, Bremen Congress Center


Title First Author
Do Potential SETI Signals Need to be Decontaminated? R. Carrigan, Jr.
"Lunar Farside Radio Lab": A "Cosmic Study"
by the International Academy of Astronautics
C. Maccone
Widening the Range of SETI Strategies - Look and Learn A. Ellery
A Model of Omnidirectional SETI M. Schlumberger
Metalaw and Relations with Intelligent Beings Revisited P. Sterns