IAC 2010: The Sessions We Missed

October 1, 2010 at 3:13 pm | Posted in Blogcast, Space Law | Leave a comment

P.J. Blount with the blog faculty

While Res Communis tries to cover all the space law content at the Colloquium sometime we miss a session or two. This year it was two, but neither should be overlooked.

The first was:

E7.4. The Current Status of the Rule of Law with Regard to Space Activities
September 29 2010, 15:15 – Meeting Hall IV
Chair: Stephan Hobe (University of Cologne, Germany); Peter
Jankowitsch (Austrian Aeronautics & Space Agency, Austria)
Rapporteur: Irmgard Marboe (University of Vienna, Austria)

IAC-10.E7.4.1
Analysis of the Legal Instrument Signed Between Brazil and the United States of America ReGarDing the Return of a Space Object
Alvaro Fabricio Dos Santos, Núcleo de Assessoramento Jurídico – NAJ/SJC, Brazil

IAC-10.E7.4.2
Is There a Future for Space Law Beyond “Soft Law”?
José Monserrat-Filho, Brazilian Association of Air and Space Law, Brazil

IAC-10.E7.4.3
Legal Status of Technical Guidelines and Frameworks for Outer Space Activities
E. Jason Steptoe, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), United States

IAC-10.E7.4.4
In Search of the Current Legal Status of the Registration of Space Objects
Setsuko Aoki, Keio University, Japan

IAC-10.E7.4.5
The Expansion of Private Activity in Space and its Impact on the Development of the International Law of Outer Space
Mark Sundahl, Cleveland State University, United States

IAC-10.E7.4.6
The Legal Categories in Outer Space
Jose Humberto Castro Villalobos, Guyana

IAC-10.E7.4.7
Should there be an environmental “code of conduct” for activities in outer space?
Leslie I. Tennen, Law Offices of Sterns and Tennen, United States

IAC-10.E7.4.8
The legal issues surrounding the near Earth space
Atsuyo Ito, Japan

IAC-10.E7.4.9
Law and Economics of Outer Space Activities
Valnora Leister, United States

IAC-10.E7.4.10
Need for Regulatory Measures for Peaceful Sustainable Development in the Outer Space
Arjun Reddy, PES School of Engineering, India

IAC-10.E7.4.11
From Guideline to International Treaty for Rule of Law concerning Mitigation of Space Debris
Toshio Kosuge, University of Electro-Communications, Japan

IAC-10.E7.4.12
Non-cooperative space debris mitigation
James Rendleman, United States

The Second was the joint law and policy panel, which examined small satellites:

E3.5.-E7.6. 25th IAA/IISL Scientific-Legal Roundtable: The New Age of Small Satellite Missions (Invited Papers only)
September 30 2010, 10:15 – Terrace 1
Chair: Rainer Sandau (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Germany); Lesley Jane Smith (Leuphana University of Lüneburg/ Weber-Steinhaus & Smith, Germany)
Rapporteur: Nicola Rohner-Willsch (Deutsches Zentrum für Luftund
Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Germany)

IAC-10.E3.5.-E7.6.1
Small Satellite Missions for Earth Observation – Status & Trends
Martin Sweeting, Surrey Space Centre, United Kingdom

IAC-10.E3.5.-E7.6.2
Distributed Space Systems of Small Satellites – Opportunities and Challenges
Eberhard Gill, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), The Netherlands

IAC-10.E3.5.-E7.6.4
ITU radio regulatory requirements for small satellite design and operation
Attila Matas, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Switzerland

IAC-10.E3.5.-E7.6.5
Liability and related legal aspects of small satellites
Ram S. Jakhu, Institute of Air and Space Law, Canada

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