University of Bremen Conference in October

In October, a conference on maritime law will be held at the University of Bremen.

On Thursday, October 26 and Friday, October 27, the Research Association for Maritime Law will host the 7th Conference on Maritime Law at Haus Schütting (Am Markt 13). The first part of the conference, which will include international experts, will be devoted to autonomous shipping and will be held in English. Most research projects on autonomous ships have left the laboratories and successful test runs have already been completed. Developing a comprehensive control concept for autonomous ships around the world is a challenging task. Presentations at the conference will highlight some of the key operational and legal aspects of this issue.

During the second part of the conference, the research association will focus on maritime infrastructures. The corona pandemic, Russia's war of aggression on Ukraine, and also the effects of climate change have recently shown how vulnerable they can be in crisis situations. In light of this, the 7th Bremen Conference on Maritime Law will also address the question of what makes maritime infrastructures (crisis) resilient and what instruments can be used to strengthen this resilience. Answers to this question will be provided in the form of practical and legal presentations on cybersecurity in seaports and on the resilience of offshore installations, pipelines, and cables at sea.
Contact: Prof. Dr. Katharina Reiling, email: katharina.reilingprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de, bremerprotect me ?!rhedervereinprotect me ?!.de. Further information and registration:



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