A4. 38th Symposium on the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

12 - 16 October, 2009

SETI I: SETI Science and Technology
Wednesday morning, 14 October 2009, 10:00 AM
Room 17, Daejon Convention Centre


Coordinators: D. Vakoch (USA), S Shostak (USA)
Chairs:C. Maccone (Italy), S. Shostak (USA)
Rapporteur: P. Shuch (USA)



Number Title First Author
A4.1.01 Intro to SETI Science and Technology P. Shuch
A4.1.02 Annual Pesek Lecture:
The SETI programs in Korea: progress report
M-H Rhee
A4.1.03 Detection of SETI Signals from VLBI Raw Data Y. Kan-Ya
A4.1.04 Spectroscopic Optical SETI at Lick Observatory A. Howard
A4.1.05 Fast digital real time processing systems for SETI and radio science S. Pluchino
A4.1.06 Testing the Zoo Hypothesis through Active SETI D. Vakoch
A4.1.07 SETI and SEH (Statistical Equation for Habitables) C. Maccone
A4.1.08 The Day the Earth Stood Out P. Shuch
A4.1.10 Extrasolar Planets Detection Fractal Map K. Molaverdikhani


SETI II: Interdisciplinary Aspects
Wednesday afternoon, 14 October 2009, 3:00 PM
Room 17, Daejon Convention Centre


Coordinators: D. Vakoch (USA), S Shostak (USA)
Chairs:D. Vakoch (USA), P. Shuch (Acting - USA)
Rapporteur: J. Traphagan (USA)



Number Title First Author
A4.2.01 Annual Billingham Cutting-Edge Lecture:
How Cosmological Models Should Guide SETI Search Strategies
J. Gardner
A4.2.02 What ET Will Look Like and Why We Should Care S. Shostak
A4.2.03 On the Concrete Signature of LINCOS J. Elliott
A4.2.04 Communicating Multiple Theories of Human Psychology in Interstellar Messages D. Vakoch
A4.2.05 Can Ritual Represent a Framework for Communication with ET? J. Traphagan
A4.2.06 Nearby Extraterrestrial Communicating Civilizations and the "Reverse SETI" Argument P. Musso
A4.2.07 Project Argus Progress Report: t plus 13 years and holding P. Shuch
A4.2.08 The Statsitical Fermi Paradox C. Maccone