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    Title

    Interactive Presentations - IISL COLLOQUIUM ON THE LAW OF OUTER SPACE

    Description

    The IP session is not restricted to any specific topic related to space law and invites authors to contribute presentations on any interesting, relevant and current space law issues.

    Room

    IP Area (Hall B)

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Mrs. Adriana Santana, Georgetown University Law Center, United States;

    • Co-Chair: Ms. Gina Petrovici, German Space Agency, Germany;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    Registration in the 21st Century - Ensuring Adequate Registration Under the Existing Legal Regime

    confirmed

    Mr. Martin Reynders

    German Space Agency

    Germany

    2

    State Practices Regarding Liability for Damage Caused by Space Objects and Their Impact on International Space Law

    confirmed

    Dr. Merve ERDEM BURGER

    Switzerland

    3

    (Taxing) To The Moon and Back

    confirmed

    Ms. Erika Isabella Scuderi

    Vienna University of Economics and Business

    Austria

    4

    Integrating Indigenous Outlook in International Space Law: A Relational Approach to the Environment

    confirmed

    Ms. Giuliana Rotola

    Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna

    Italy

    5

    From Multilateralism to Multi-stakeholderism? A shifting paradigm in outer space activities

    Ms. Maria Vittoria Massarin

    Istituto Affari Internazionali

    Italy

    6

    Diamonds in the Sky: a sustainable approach to dark and quiet skies

    confirmed

    Mrs. Isi Casas del Valle Pacheco

    Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)

    Chile

    7

    Are dispute settlement mechanisms ready to deal with space-related disputes?

    confirmed

    Ms. Laura Denise Jaroslavsky Consoli

    Geneva Graduate Institute

    Switzerland

    8

    Intellectual Property Protection in the Age of Outer Space Medicine Research and Global Health: The Future of Territoriality/Non-territoriality Conflict

    Mr. Omkar Chaudhari

    India

    9

    Life Science beyond Earth: Exploring the Legal Landscape in Outer Space Exploration

    confirmed

    Ms. Marie-Claire de Bruijn

    University of Cologne

    Germany

    10

    Orbiting Odyssey: Analysing National and Regional Measures for Cleaning up Space Junk

    confirmed

    Mr. Anmol Dhawan

    International Institute of Space Law (IISL)

    The Netherlands

    11

    Legal Protection of Data in International Cooperation of China's Space Station - Experiences and Comparisons from ISS

    confirmed

    Ms. yunping Liu

    Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna

    Italy

    12

    Keeping the balance: The way commercialization can hinder scientific research in outer space

    confirmed

    Mr. Tim Blawat

    Leuphana University Lueneburg

    Germany

    13

    international space law and the right to health in space telemedicine applications for earth remote areas

    confirmed

    Dr. Antonio Pallotti

    Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI)

    Italy

    14

    National law as a tool to guarantee gender equality and anti-ableism policies in space operators. A proposal for the future.

    confirmed

    Ms. Maria Fernanda Valiante Lopes Ferraz

    Universidade Católica de Santos (UNISANTOS)

    Brazil

    15

    Designing New Space Law for Emerging Space Activities and National Space Agencies’ Roles for New Space Missions. Developing New Space Law Through Norms and Responsible Behaviours: National Space Agencies’ Roles for Norm Development

    confirmed

    Mrs. Ayshan Asgarova

    Azercosmos, Space Agency of Republic of Azerbaijan

    Azerbaijan

    16

    Space sustainability as a common concern

    confirmed

    Prof. Maria Elena De Maestri

    Università degli Studi di Genova

    Italy

    17

    Implementation of the Outer Space Treaty through blockchain-based systems

    confirmed

    Dr. Krisztina Tilinger

    University of Public Service (UPS)

    Hungary

    18

    there is no space law without space science

    confirmed

    Ms. Ayten-Selin Dogan

    Cardiff University

    United Kingdom

    19

    The Recommendations of the COPUOS LSC WG 5TRE on Registering Space Objects Forming Part of a Satellite Constellation

    confirmed

    Dr. Franziska Knur

    German Aerospace Center (DLR)

    Germany

    20

    Norwegian space legislation: work in progress

    Prof. Alla Pozdnakova

    University of Oslo

    Norway

    21

    Assessment of the definition of safety zones to be utilized as an operational framework for lunar environment.

    confirmed

    Mrs. Sanjal Gavande

    George Washington University

    United States

    22

    Intellectual Property Protection in the Age of Space Commercialization: Territoriality in Theory and Non-territoriality in Practice

    withdrawn

    Mr. Adithya Variath

    Maharashtra National Law University

    India

    23

    Taxation of income resulting from space related activities: the need for a clear and sustainable tax policy for the space industry

    confirmed

    Mr. Stefano Versino

    AndPartners Tax and Law Firm

    Italy

    24

    Space Governance for Suborbital Flights: Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Nations

    confirmed

    Ms. Beauler Wozhele

    Zimbabwe

    25

    A Comparative Study of Patent Infringement in Cyberspace and in Outer Space - Beyond the Limits of Territorial Jurisdiction

    confirmed

    Ms. Hisako Moriguchi

    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

    Japan

    26

    Law Among the Stars: A Comprehensive Review of International Space Station Regulations

    confirmed

    Mrs. Naghiyeva Nazrin

    National Aviation Academy - Azerbaijan

    Azerbaijan

    27

    "Shaping the Future of Space Governance: Legal-Philosophical Insights into Law and Technology"

    withdrawn

    Mr. Laszlo Mezey

    Central European Academy, Budapest, Hungary

    Hungary

    28

    Remove before launch: Collisions between space activities regulated under the Outer Space Treaty and the Antarctic Treaty System.

    confirmed

    Mrs. Victoria Valdivia

    Chile