14 październik 2021@14:00 – 17:30
European Centre for Space Law, Tiny Laroche
ECSL Practitioners' Forum
The ECSL has been organising a one-day Practitioners’ Forum every year since 1992. The aim of the Forum is to provide those working across all areas of the space sector an opportunity to network and discuss topical areas of space law and policy relevant to the sector.
During the Forum experts present the latest developments impacting on space, for example: EU law, contracts and procurement law, telecommunications, liability and insurance, etc. The presentations are followed by a lively Q&A and discussion session.
The Forum promotes open and free discourse. Participants speak in their personal capacity under the Chatham House Rules (no publication of comments made which enable their maker to be identified) and in general, papers are not collected or published.
Only ECSL members may participate in the Practitioners’ Forum, and you are invited to become a Member in advance of the event to ensure your place is confirmed.
To become a member, please check out the link here:…/ECSL_European…/Become_a_Member
! NOTE ! Exceptionally this year, due to the online format, also non-ECSL members are invited to participate and register to the event.
This year’s event will focus on the legal and policy aspects of, as well as the recent developments in, the use of artificial intelligence in satellite technology, quantum based satellite communications and blockchain capabilities in outer space.
Due to the current ongoing pandemic and uncertainties, the ECSL has decided that the event will be held online, to ensure a safe, yet informative and exciting event.
Each topic will have a bench of panelists, comprised of highly qualified legal, industry and technical/scientific experts, who will be open to questions and discussions. It will be an interactive and high-level networking experience based on very current topics.
Program and Registration:
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Natalia Kowalczyk

Redaktorka Naczelna Portalu Astronomicznego AstroNET. Studentka pierwszego roku Computer Physics na Akademii Górniczo-Hutniczej w Krakowie.