Special Events

 

The Academic Sessions allow for High School Juniors, Seniors and Faculty/Counselors to interface with Cyber and Space professionals to gain insight on challenges and opportunities in each arena. Sessions will include speakers from Industry, Academia, and the Department of Defense. During  the UCSS, students attending the Academic Sessions are afforded the chance to engage with speakers and visit Space and Cyberspace corporations represented on the exhibit floor.

 

For interest in attending the UCSS Academic Sessions, please contact Anne Marascuilo at 402-232-7761 or anne.marascuilo@thegisc.org.

 
 

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

1330 - 1530

Academic Session I - Cyber

 
Participants:

Mr. Paul de Souza (confirmed)

Founder & Director

Cyber Security Forum Initiative

 

Dr.  Matthew Schaefer (confirmed)

Law Alumni Professor of Law and Director of Space, Cyber and Telecom Law Program

University of Nebraska College of Law

 
 
 

Thursday, November 17, 2011

0930 - 1130

Academic Session II - Space

 
Participants:

Dr. Russell Patera (confirmed)

Senior Project Engineer

The Aerospace Corporation

 

Dr.  Matthew Schaefer (confirmed)

Law Alumni Professor of Law and Director of Space, Cyber and Telecom Law Program

University of Nebraska College of Law

 
 
 

5th Annual  Univ. of Nebraska College of Law Space and Cyber Law Seminar

In Conjunction with USSTRATCOM Space and Cyber Symposium

November 14, 2011, 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Omaha Hilton – St. Nicholas A (across from the CenturyLink Center)

Registration is Free; advance registration required http://spaceandtelecomlaw.unl.edu

 
Speakers:

MAJ Keira Poellet

US Cyber Command: “Spectrum of Cyberspace Operations”

 

Professor Jack Beard

UNL College of Law (former Assoc. Dep. General Counsel (International Affairs), DOD) : "International Law and Conflict in Cyberspace: The Perils of Information as a Weapon and a Target"

 

Professor Frans von der Dunk

UNL College of Law (consultant to Dutch government): “The EU Code of Conduct for Space and Military Operations in Space”

 

Professor Matthew Schaefer

UNL College of Law (former Director, International Econ. Affairs, National Security Council -White House): “International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) Impact on Space Debris Remediation”