It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
The proceedings of the important CAIPAN UAP (UFO) workshop are now available on the GEIPAN website:
The lectures, documents and videos can be accessed at this site - a huge resource for those seriously interested in the scientific potential of UAPs and UFOs.
The workshop was an outstanding step towards the development of a serious science of Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena (UAP) and Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).
July 8 and 9, CNES Paris met scientists and ufologists for a workshop on methods and tools to improve the collection and analysis of information on Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena (CAIPAN).This international meeting allowed for the first time to combine the experience of UFO associations in research in psychology and astronomy, as well as the expertise of the National Gendarmerie and the Air Force..
Pioneer PAN , CNES could meet for the first time high-level scientists (Jeremiah Vaubaillon, Observatoire de Paris, Jacques Py, Professor of Psychology, Thomas Rabeyron, lecturer in psychology ...), representatives of the gendarmerie and the Air Force, recognized experts in the field of ufology (Richard Haines, Jacques Vallée, Méheust Bertrand, Ron Westrum ...) and a hundred players in the global UFO world, thus demonstrating the major contribution of the multidisciplinary approach to analyze this complex issue.
Dr. Jacques Vallee presenting his paper "Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP): a strategy for research":
Dr. Richard Haines of NARCAP presenting his paper "Useful Research Methods for Aircrew and Air Traffic Controller UAP Sightings"
Eduardo Russo addressing UAS/UFO cataloguing activities:
Erling Strand presents a survey of 30 years of research of the fascinating Hessdalen light phenomena:
originally posted by: The GUT
Ahoy, mate! Wow, I've been waiting to hear more about the conference and never expected to get so much.
Methodologies of field surveys
Preparation of standard case description observations
Systematic sky observations
Psychological aspects of testimonials
originally posted by: zazzafrazz
Thank goodness for you and Bill Chalker, the main site is all in French.
C) Regarding specific locations:
- What are the characteristics of information-rich areas where the phenomenon manifests
(Utah ranch, Col de Vence, Yakima Valley, the Urals cluster etc.)?
- How does its behavior change when confronted with special environmental, social or
originally posted by: The GUT
a reply to: 1ofthe9
Hey, 1o9! Can you give that direct link por favor? That's good stuff.
originally posted by: 1ofthe9
Fantastic! This looks like some really interesting stuff.
Continuing on with a series of posts about papers presented at the July 2014, Paris, GEIPAN workshop, the next presentation I wish to review was one by Philippe Ailleris, who established the UAP Observations Reporting Scheme (click here), based in The Netherlands..
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena - scientific research
Jean-Michel Abrassart - CAIPAN Workshop 2014
" Opération Suricate " au CAIPAN . Workshop GEIPAN / CNES 8/9 juillet 2014
Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos
In July of 2014, NARCAP Chief Scientist Dr. Richard F. Haines presented at the CAIPAN workshop in Paris, France, hosted by the official French Government UAP research team CNES-GEIPAN – Groupe d’Études et d’Informations sur les Phénomènes Aérospatiaux Non-identifiés (Unidentified Aerospace Phenomenon Research and Information Group). The purpose of this workshop was to share and develop unidentified aerial phenomena, UAP, research methodology..
NARCAP Science Chief Dr. Richard F. Haines presentation is titled, “Useful Research Methods for Aircrew and Air traffic Controller UAP Sightings“, and may be viewed here.
NARCAP - The CAIPAN 2014 Workshop