Presentations

2017

Tim McFarland
Autonomous Weapons and International Law
Defence Science and Technology Group
Edinburgh, South Australia, 28 February 2017

Tim McCormack
Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations (panel discussion)
Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Canberra, 24 February 2017

2016

Rain Liivoja
Pharmacological Fatigue Countermeasures in the Armed Forces and International Law
Faculty Seminar
Center for Security Studies, ETH Zurich
23 November 2016

Rain Liivoja
Biomedical Enhancement of Warfighters and the Prohibition of Superfluous Injury and Unnecessary Suffering
Who do the Laws of War Protect? Civility, Barbarity and IHL
Institute for the Study of Social Change, University of Tasmania, 3–4 November 2016

Tim McCormack
Tracing Continuities in the Evolution of IHL: St Petersburg and Military Utility
Who do the Laws of War Protect? Civility, Barbarity and IHL
Institute for the Study of Social Change, University of Tasmania, 3–4 November 2016

Kobi Leins
Shining a Light on Regulating Emerging Technologies in the Military
The Co-Production of Emerging Bodies, Politics and Technologies: 8th Annual S.Net Meeting
Society for the Study of New and Emerging Technologies (S.Net); and Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities, University of Bergen
Bergen, 11–14 October 2016

Kobi Leins
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Emerging Technologies?
New Technologies & Weapons, Means and Methods of Warfare: Challenges for International Humanitarian Law
Ministry of National Defense, Republic of Korea; and International Committee of the Red Cross
Seoul, 22–23 September 2016

Rain Liivoja
New Technologies and the Prohibition of Superfluous Injury or Unnecessary Suffering
New Technologies & Weapons, Means and Methods of Warfare: Challenges for International Humanitarian Law
Ministry of National Defense, Republic of Korea; and International Committee of the Red Cross
Seoul, 22–23 September 2016

Rain Liivoja
Remote-controlled Weapons and the Law of Occupation
New Technologies & Weapons, Means and Methods of Warfare: Challenges for International Humanitarian Law
Ministry of National Defense, Republic of Korea; and International Committee of the Red Cross
Seoul, 22–23 September 2016

Rain Liivoja
Implantable Technologies in the Armed Forces: Some International Law Considerations
The Ninth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security (SINS16):
The Socio-Ethical Implications of Implantable Technologies in the Military Sector

Research Network for a Secure Australia (RNSA)
Melbourne, 12 July 2016

Tim McFarland
Can Implants Be Weapons Under the Law?
The Ninth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security (SINS16):

The Socio-Ethical Implications of Implantable Technologies in the Military Sector
Research Network for a Secure Australia (RNSA)
Melbourne, 12 July 2016

Rain Liivoja
Go-Pills and the Protection of Military Medical Personnel
24th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law:
International Law of the Everyday: Fieldwork, Friction & Fairness

Canberra, 30 June–2 July 2016

Rain Liivoja
Performance Enhancement and the Protection of Military Medical Personnel
Stockton Seminar
Stockton Center for the Study of International Law, US Naval War College
Newport, Rhode Island, 3 June 2016

Kobi Leins
Shining a Regulatory Light on the Use of New Laser Technology in Armed Conflict
Fourth Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy, and Ethics
Tempe, Arizona, 24–26 May 2016

Chris Jenks
The Human as Placebo and the Path to Offensive Autonomous Weapons
Fourth Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy, and Ethics
Tempe, Arizona, 24–26 May 2016

Chris Jenks
Update on International Agreements: Lethal Autonomous Weapons
US Pacific Command Military Operations and Law Conference
Vancouver, 16 May 2016

Chris Jenks
Current and Future Issues and Their Legal Implications for PSO (Detention, Cyber, Emerging Technology)
Conduct of Peace Support Operations Course
International Institute of Humanitarian Law
Sanremo, 9–13 May 2016

Angus Willoughby
Legal Issues Arising from Biometric Identity Management
Safeguarding Australia 2016: The 13th National Security Annual Summit
Canberra, 11–12 May 2016

Tim McCormack
Emerging Military Technologies and Challenges to the Law of Armed Conflict
Faculty Enrichment Seminar
William S Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada, 11 April 2016

Tim McCormack
Emerging Military Technologies and Challenges to the Law of Armed Conflict
26th Annual Fulbright International Legal Studies Symposium: Charting New Frontiers in International Law
Sompong Sucharatikul Center for Advanced International Legal Studies, Golden Gate University School of Law
San Francisco, California, 9 April 2016

Kobi Leins
Is the Use of Nano-based or Enhanced Weapons Prohibited or Limited in Armed Conflict?
2016 Defence Science Institute Symposium
Melbourne, 6 April 2016

Rain Liivoja
Technological Change and the Evolution of the Law of War
Faculty Seminar
Auckland Law School, University of Auckland
Auckland, 21 March 2016

Rain Liivoja
Human Rights in Military Medical Care
New Zealand Defence Force Legal Conference
Wellington, 17–18 March 2016

2015

Tim McCormack
Legal Considerations for Autonomous Systems
37th Annual Humanities and Technology Association Conference on Morality and Creativity in a Technological Age
Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy, Salve Regina University
Newport, Rhode Island, 6 November 2015

Natalia Jevglevskaja
Article 36 of API and the Legal Obligation to Conduct Weapons Reviews
Stockton Seminar
Stockton Center for the Study of International Law, US Naval War College
Newport, Rhode Island, 3 November 2015

Tim McCormack
The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare
SMU Science and Technology Law Review Symposium on Cyber Security
SMU Dedman School of Law, Southern Methodist University
Dallas, Texas, 23 October 2015

Rain Liivoja
Legal and Ethical Implications of using New Technology in Warfare
Global Law Students Association
Melbourne, 22 September 2015

Tim McFarland
Autonomous Weapon Systems and the Law of Armed Conflict
Stockton Seminar
Stockton Center for the Study of International Law, US Naval War College
Newport, Rhode Island, 18 September 2015

Rain Liivoja
The Right to Privacy and the Right to Bodily Integrity in Military Medical Care
2015 International Symposium on Security and Military Law
Office of the Judge Advocate General, Republic of Korea Army
Seoul, 16–18 September 2015

Rain Liivoja
Bioenhanced Soldiers and the Prohibition of Unnecessary Suffering
International Law Centre, Swedish National Defence University
Stockholm, 9 September 2015

Rain Liivoja
New Technologies of Warfare: Can International Law Keep Up?
Finnish Institute of International Affairs
Helsinki, 2 September 2015

Chris Jenks
The Human as Placebo and the Path to Offensive Autonomous Weapons
23rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law:
International Law-making at a Crossroads: Participants, Processes and Principles

Wellington, 2–4 July 2015

Rain Liivoja
Bioenhanced Soldiers and the Prohibition of Superfluous Injury or Unnecessary Suffering
23rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law:
International Law-making at a Crossroads: Participants, Processes and Principles

Wellington, 2–4 July 2015

Robert J Mathews
The Making of Disarmament and Arms Control Law in a Changing World: Participants, Processes and Principles
23rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law:
International Law-making at a Crossroads: Participants, Processes and Principles

Wellington, 2–4 July 2015

Tim McFarland
Autonomous Attacks and the Law of Armed Conflict
Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law 2015 Postgraduate Workshop
Wellington, 1 July 2015

Kobi Leins
Regulation of Military Applications of Nanotechnology
Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law 2015 Postgraduate Workshop
Wellington, 1 July 2015

Natalia Jevglevskaja
States’ Weapons Review Obligations under Article 36 of the 1977 Additional Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions and Beyond
Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law 2015 Postgraduate Workshop
Wellington, 1 July 2015

Chris Jenks
Crossing the Rubicon: The Path to Increasingly Autonomous Weapons
Australian National University
Canberra, 1 June 2015

Robert J Mathews
Weapons and International Humanitarian Law
Issues in International Humanitarian Law Seminar
Australian Red Cross
Melbourne, 30 May 2015

Rain Liivoja
Legal Issues in Military Bioscience: Human Enhancement and Less-than-Lethal Weapons
Issues in International Humanitarian Law Seminar
Australian Red Cross
Melbourne, 30 May 2015

Kobi Leins
Regulation of Military Applications of Nanotechnology
Third Annual Conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics
Scottsdale, Arizona, 26-28 May 2015

Chris Jenks
Throwing Cyber Stones From Technological Glass Houses: An Argument for State Hack Back Responses to Malicious Cyber Intrusions
Military Operations and Law Conference
US Pacific Command
Auckland, 21 May 2015

Kobi Leins
Nanotechnology and its implications for the Military
Cyber Law and Emerging Technologies Workshop
APCML & US Defense Institute for International Legal Studies
Sydney, 4–8 May 2015

Rain Liivoja
Military Applications of Biotechnology
Cyber Law and Emerging Technologies Workshop
APCML & US Defense Institute for International Legal Studies
Sydney, 4–8 May 2015

Natalia Jevglevskaja
States’ Weapons Review Obligations under Article 36 of the 1977 Additional Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions and Beyond
PhD Confirmation Presentation
Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
Melbourne, 23 March 2015

Kobi Leins
‘Nano-enhanced’ Weapons and the Law of Armed Conflict
MPhil Confirmation Presentation
Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
Melbourne, 23 March 2015

Tim McCormack
Future Directions in UAV Technology and Challenges for the Existing Legal Framework
International Workshop on National Security and Societal Implications of Remotely Piloted Airborne Vehicles and Related Technologies
US National Defense University
Washington, DC, 21 March 2015

Tim McFarland
Autonomous Attacks and the Law of Armed Conflict
Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law International Peace and Security Interest Group Workshop
Melbourne, 20 March 2015

Kobi Leins
Roundtable Presentation
Roundtable Discussion of the Regulation of the Military Use of Nanotechnology and its Future Implications
Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Australian Department of Defence
Melbourne, 19 March 2015

Chris Jenks
Crossing the Rubicon: The Path to Increasingly Autonomous Weapons
Defence Legal, Australian Department of Defence
Canberra, 15 February 2015

2014

Kobi Leins
Panel contribution
Discussion of Nanotechnology and its Future Implications
Ormond College, University of Melbourne
Melbourne, 6 October 2014

Tim McCormack
The Legal Regulation of New Military Technologies: Why the “Drone” Controversy? (Keynote Address)
Eighth Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security, Remotely Piloted Airborne Vehicles and Related Technologies
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Society on Social Implications of Technology (IEEE SSIT)
Melbourne, 29-30 September 2014

Ian Henderson
UAVs – The ADF’s Current Involvement and Future Challenges
International Symposium on Security and Military Law
Office of the Judge Advocate General, Republic of Korea Army
Seoul, 25–26 September 2014

Rain Liivoja
A Duty to Innovate? Emerging Military Technology and International Law
The Strategic Corporal Re-visited: Challenges for Combatants in Twenty-first Century Warfare
Australian National University
Canberra, 28–29 August 2014

Ian Henderson
Operations Law and Emerging Technology
Legal Training Module 1
Military Law Centre
Sydney, 18–28 August 2014

Rain Liivoja
Occupation by Remote Control?
Towards International Peace through International Law: 22nd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society of International Law
Canberra, 3–5 July 2014

Ian Henderson
Attacks under the Law of Armed Conflict
Cyber Law and Other Emerging Technologies Workshop
APCML, US Defense Institute for International Legal Studies & US Naval War College
Sydney, 23–27 June 2014

Tim McFarland
Autonomous Weapons
Cyber Law and Other Emerging Technologies Workshop
APCML & US Defense Institute for International Legal Studies
Sydney, 23–27 June 2014

Tim McCormack
State Responsibility in Cyberspace
Cyber Law and Other Emerging Technologies Workshop
APCML & US Defense Institute for International Legal Studies
Sydney, 23–27 June 2014

Ian Henderson
Syndicate exercise: Review of a Fictitious Autonomous Weapon under Article 36 of Additional Protocol I
Cyber Law and Other Emerging Technologies Workshop
APCML & US Defense Institute for International Legal Studies
Sydney, 23–27 June 2014

Tim McCormack
Unmanned Aerial and Maritime Vehicles
Cyber Law and Other Emerging Technologies Workshop
APCML & US Defense Institute for International Legal Studies
Sydney, 23–27 June 2014

Tim McCormack
Workshop Presentation
Legal Implications of Autonomous Weapons Systems Workshop
US Naval War College
Newport, Rhode Island, 6–7 February 2014

2013

Rain Liivoja
Military Robotics and the Law of Armed Conflict
Faculty Seminar
Faculty of Law, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, 15 November 2013

Rain Liivoja
Remotely Controlled Weapons and International Law
International Symposium on Security and Military Law
Office of the Judge Advocate General, Republic of Korea Army, Seoul, 22–24 October 2013

Rain Liivoja & Robert J Mathews
Emerging Military Technologies: A Challenge for the Law of Armed Conflict
Defence eFECT Symposium
Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Melbourne, 15–17 October 2013

Rain Liivoja
New (Military) Technologies and International Law: What is the Litmus Test?
NATO Legal Conference – Responding to Change: Legal Challenges in the Future Security Environment
NATO & Estonian Ministry of Defence, Tallinn, 24–28 June 2013