Convegni 2005

6° SIMPOSIO MONDIALE
SULLA ESPLORAZIONE DELLO SPAZIO
E LA VITA NEL COSMO

sul tema
"Noi e il SETI"

L'impatto scientifico, politico e sociale della ricerca Seti.
La ricerca Seti nella percezione dell'opinione pubblica internazionale.


San Marino 11 e 12 marzo 2005,
presso il Teatro Turismo

PROGRAMMA UFFICIALE
Aggiornato al 2 Feb 2005

Scarica il programma in PDF


FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2005


15:00 Roberto Pinotti, Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee
Welcoming Address

15:15 Claudio Maccone, Co-Vice Chair, SETI Permanent Study Group, Int. Academy of Astronautics
Scientific and Technical Topics Covered by this Symposium

15:30 Piergiorgio Lanza, Alenia Spazio S.p.A., Turin, Italy
Advanced Digital Filtering and Data Compression Techniques

15:50 Flavio Falcinelli, Fasar Elettronica, Senigallia, Italy
Salvatore Pluchino, Founder of the Italian Amateur Radio Astronomy (I.A.R.A.) Group
New Hardware and Software Equipment for Amateur Radio Astronomers

16:10 Salvatore Pluchino, Founder of the Italian Amateur Radio Astronomy (I.A.R.A.) Group
Amateur Radio Astronomy in Italy

16:30 Coffee Break

16:50 Peter Wright, ERAC (European Radio Astronomy Club), Heppenheim, Germany
The European Radio Astronomy Club,
A new and easy-to-build Antenna Design and European VLBI Concept


17:10 Jean Schneider, Observatoire de Paris, Meudon, France
(tentative) The discovery of Extrasolar Planets and the Consequences for SETI

17:30 Ivan Almar, Konkoly Observatory and Hungarian Space Office, Budapest, Hungary
Quantifying consequences of a rare, but decisive event: the Rio Scale

17:50 Claudio Maccone, Co-Vice Chair, SETI Permanent Study Group, IAA
The Radio-Quiet Moon Farside and RLI (Radiometro Lunare Italiano) Space Mission

18:10 Giovanni Greatti, Davide Bruzzi, Luca Derosa Christian M. Firrone, RLI Team Members
The RLI Engineering Design, Software and Related Issues

18:30 Roberto Pinotti, Sociologist, San Marino
(tentative) Sociological Aspects of SETI and Concluding Remarks

19:00-21:00 Dinner at the Grand Hotel in San Marino for the Invited Speakers.

21:30-23:00 Public Event: R. Pinotti – … Round Table: …

SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2005

9:00 Roberto Pinotti, Sociologist, San Marino
Opening Remarks and introducing a new popular science magazine in Italy:
BIOASTRONOMIA


9:10 Nicolas Prantzos, Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris, France:
Opening Address: (tentative) Voyages into the Future - The Cosmic Adventure of Humanity

9:45 Alexander Zaitsev, Inst. of Radio Eng. and Electronics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Transmission and Search for Intelligent Signals in the Universe

10:20 Claudio Maccone, Co-Vice Chair, SETI Permanent Study Group, IAA
The KLT, an innovative mathematical tool to do more profound SETI research

10:40 Stelio Montebugnoli, Director, INAF Radioastronomy Station Medicina & SETI Italia Program
The SETI Italia Program: 2005 Status Report

11:00 Coffee Break

11:20 Eric Gerard, CNRS, Paris, France
(tentative) SETI in France: from its beginnings until now

11:50 William Edmondson, University of Birmingham, UK
(tentative) A new method to do SETI searches by restricting the number of candidate stars

12:20 Paul Shuch, SETI League, New York, USA, and Co-Vice Chair, SETI PSG, IAA
Coordinating a Global Network of Radio Telescopes

12:40 Claudio Maccone, Co-Vice Chair, SETI Permanent Study Group, IAA
A New Mathematical Paradigm: the Cubic Curves of Astronomy and of SETI

13:00 Concluding Remarks by Roberto Pinotti and Claudio Maccone.


Free afternoon: Optional visits to Medieval San Marino.

Please visit the web site: http://www.sanmarinosite.com/

Scarica il programma in PDF



Sezione di Ricerca RadioAstronomia UAI 2004
Responsabile di Sezione: Salvatore Pluchino

sponsors
Free Web Counter
insurance leads