Welcome to the homepage of SETI Bangladesh, the largest group of SETI@home users from Bangladesh,
who are dedicated and devoted in spending CPU cycles for the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence.
Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) is a scientific effort seeking to determine if there is intelligent life
outside Earth. SETI researchers use many methods. One popular method, radio SETI, listens for artificial radio
signals coming from other stars. SETI@home is a radio SETI project that lets anyone with a computer and an
Internet connection participate. SETI@home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the
Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence. You can participate by running a free program that downloads and analyzes
radio telescope data.
To know more about the SETI@home project, visit http://setiathome.berkeley.edu.
Current members of SETI Bangladesh:
Ahmed Rafiq-ul-Islam * Ahmed Salim *01 Sajjad Hara * Saleh Khan
Ex members of SETI Bangladesh:
Ahmed Devera * Vivian Raaden * Lisa Leonard
Richard Franks * Hasan Arafat * Ashraful Islam * Tanim Ahmed
Dr. Novera Hassan * Nazmul Karim Deep
Update: June 9, 2011
At the opening of 2011, there are many exciting new projects to look forward to from SETI@home. For one,
NASA is making public the Kepler Field data, which includes hundreds of new exoplanets that make interesting
SETI candidates. We will be observing these candidates at the Greenbank telescope in West Virginia. We will
also be installing a commensal, SERENDIP-like experiment at Greenbank to take SETI data simultaneously as other
astronomers are observing. The opportunity to use the Greenbank telescope sends SETI@home into exciting,
unexplored territory. Aside from these scientific goals, we are currently working on developing a crowd-sourcing
tool for SETI@home that will in the future make user involvement in the project more interactive than ever before.
What better time than now to become re-involved in SETI@home?
With these new developments also comes the need for computing power, for which we depend on people like you.
We hope you will consider signing back on with SETI@home, and help in this wonderful scientific venture.
Than you for the time and effort that you have given to SETI@home!
Join our team!
View our team page!
Need SETI@Home or BOINC related help?
Call 0192-4955-405 or e-mail at SETI@ekushey.com for assistance.
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