Attendees can enhance their Strategic Space Symposium experience by taking advantage of a free seminar on space law, hosted by the University of Nebraska Space and Telecom Program, with support from the Space Foundation.
The third annual Space Law Seminar will be held Nov. 2 from 3-5 p.m. at the Omaha Hilton, directly across from the Qwest Center Omaha, where the Strategic Space Symposium will be held Nov. 2-4. The event, which is themed Approaches to Space Security in the Transatlantic Arena, is open to all Strategic Space Symposium registrants and all students.
Topics for discussion include: space situational awareness; space debris; space traffic management; proposals for a code of conduct; and PAROS/space weapons.
Confirmed speakers include:
• Prof. Dr. Kai-Uwe Schrogl, director-general of the European Space Policy Institute (ESPI)
• Maj. Brandon Hart, chief, Space Law, USSTRATCOM
• Prof. Frans Von Der Dunk, professor, University of Nebraska College of Law
• Michel Bourbonniere, legal counsel, Canadian Space Agency & Dept. of Justice-Canada
For more information on the Strategic Space Symposium, go to www.StrategicSpaceSymposium.org