session 2

Title

SETI II : SETI and Society

Description

All aspects concerning the societal implications of extraterrestrial intelligence are considered, including public reaction to a discovery, risk communication and the possible impacts on society.

Date

2010-09-29

Time

15:15

Room

Meeting Room 41

IPC members
papers

Order

Time

Paper title

Mode

Presentation status

Speaker

Affiliation

Country

1

15:15

Footprints of alien technology

20

confirmed

Dr. Paul Davies

Arizona State University

United States

2

15:35

The History of Contact on Earth: Data, Myths, Misconceptions

20

confirmed

Prof. Kathryn Denning

York University

Canada

3

15:55

SETI and Astrobiology: The Rio Scale and the London Scale

20

confirmed

Prof. Ivan Almar

Hungarian Astronautical Society (MANT)

Hungary

4

16:15

THE DISC QUOTIENT: A Post Detection Strategy

20

Prof. John Elliott

Leeds Beckett University

United Kingdom

5

16:35

Social networking: Implications for post detection communications

20

confirmed

Dr. Carol Oliver

University of New South Wales

Australia

6

16:55

What Should We Say to Extraterrestrial Intelligence?: An Analysis of Responses to "Earth Speaks"

20

confirmed

Prof. Douglas Vakoch

SETI Institute and California Institute of Integral Studies

United States

7

17:15

One kilo message and Mosaic Earth: Education and Outreach potential of Interstellar Artefact Message Composition projects

20

confirmed

Dr. Tibor Pacher

Germany

8

17:35

Societal Statistics by virtue of the Statistical Drake Equation

20

confirmed

Dr. Claudio Maccone

International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)

Italy

9

17:55

Projects for Deep Space and Deep Time Communication

20

Prof. Lowry Burgess

Carnegie Mellon University

United States

10

18:15

The limits of Metalaw and the need for further elaboration

20

confirmed

Mr. Adam Korbitz, J.D.

State Bar of Wisconsin

United States