Our People

In recognition of the tremendous importance and impact of the McGill Manual on International Law Applicable to Military Uses of Outer Space (MILAMOS), a select Group of Experts hailing from all corners of the world have committed themselves to the MILAMOS Process.

These Experts represent some of the most highly recognised professionals, academics and publicists in the domains of general international law, international space law, international humanitarian law, the law on the use of force, as well as advanced technical aspects of space utilisation. Though affiliated with governmental and intergovernmental institutions, academic and research institutitions as well as the armed forces, to ensure the neutrality  of the consensus-building process and independence of the resultant Manual, all Experts will be participating in their individual capacity and will not be representing the State or organisation they are identified with.

This impressive list of persons involved in the Project, each of whom enjoy a distinguished career and carry a wealth of experiences, is testament to the fair, inclusive, and interdisciplinary and truly global nature of MILAMOS Process and the McGill Manual.

 

Group photograph of participants at the Inaugural Plenary of the MILAMOS Project, taken in October 2016, at Montreal, Canada.

(in alphabetical order)

  • Dr. Md. Tanveer Ahmad (McGill University)
  • Prof. Setsuko Aoki (Keoi University)
  • Mr. Duncan Blake (University of Adelaide)
  • Prof. Laurie Blank (Emory University)
  • Ms. Svenja Berrang (German Armed Forces)
  • Prof. Christopher Borgen (St. John's University)
  • Mr. Kuan-Wei Chen (McGill University)
  • Dr. Emily Crawford (University of Sydney)
  • Mr. Gilles Doucet (retired) (Department of National Defence, Canada)
  • Cpt. Mickael Dupenloup (Ministry of Defence, France)
  • Prof. Steven Freeland (Western Sydney University)
  • Mr. William Renn Gade (former US Army)
  • Prof. Robin Geiß (University of Glasgow)
  • Col. John Giles (US Air Force)
  • Mr. Laurent Gisel (ICRC)
  • Dr. Laura Grego (Union of Concerned Scientists)
  • Mr. Ulf Haeussler (Federal Ministry of Defense of the Federal Republic of Germany)
  • Dr. Heather Harrison Dinniss (Swedish Defence University)
  • Gp. Capt. Ian Henderson (Royal Australian Air Force)
  • Ms. Stacey Henderson (University of Adelaide)
  • Col. Robin Holman (Canadian Armed Forces)
  • Ms. Deborah Housen-Couriel (Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center at Tel Aviv University and Haifa University’s Law Faculty)
  • Mr. Michael Hoversten (Air Force Space Command)
  • Mr. Peter Hulsroj (European Space Policy Institute)
  • Dr. Ram Jakhu (McGill University)
  • Dr. Bhupendra Jasani (King's College London)
  • Lt. Col. Matthew King (US Air Force)
  • Prof. Claus Kreß (University of Cologne)
  • Dr. Bin Li (University of Newcastle)
  • Dr. Kubo Mačák (University of Exeter)
  • Dr. Jonathan McDowell (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
  • Prof. Frédéric Mégret (McGill University)
  • Prof. Armand de Mestral (McGill University)
  • Ms. Elina Morozova (INTERSPUTNIK)
  • Dr. Hitoshi Nasu (Australian National University)
  • Prof. Marco Sassoli (University of Geneva)
  • Prof. Michael Schmitt (US Naval College/University of Exeter)
  • Lt. Col. Rudolph Stamminger (Ministry of Defence, France)
  • Dr. Cassandra Steer (McGill University)
  • Prof. Dale Stephens (University of Adelaide)
  • Dr. Matthew Stubbs (University of Adelaide)
  • Dr. Jinyuan Su (Xi'an Jiatong University)
  • Maj. Susan Trepczynski (US Air Force)
  • Prof. Bakhtiyar Tuzmukhamedov (Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs)
  • Prof. Beth Van Schaack (Stanford University)
  • Maj. Patrick Vermette (Canadian Forces)
  • Ms. Liis Vihul (NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence)
  • Cdr. Andru Wall (US Navy)
  • Mr. Brian Weeden (Secure World Foundation)
  • Prof. Melissa de Zwart (University of Adelaide)