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Register Today For Our Space Café “33 minutes with Catherine Kavvada” On 5 April 2022

This Space Café WebTalk will feature Catherine Kavvada, Directorate-General for Defence Industry and Space, in conversation with Torsten Kriening, publisher of SpaceWatch.Global.

Secure connectivity and Space Traffic Management made by Europe.

Catherine Kavvada is a trained lawyer with a degree in Law from the University of Athens, she is specialised in Air and Space Law with a Masters degree from the University of Aix Marseille III. In 1997 she joined the European Commission, in Brussels and worked initially in the Research Framework Programmes. Subsequently, as from 2000 her main service at the Commission related to space, in particular, the European flagship Satellite Navigation Programmes Galileo and EGNOS (Head of Unit from 2011 to 2019 at DG GROW).

Currently, the mandate of Ms Kavvada at the Directorate ‘Innovation and Outreach ’ at DG DEFIS comprises new space initiatives with prevalent resilience and security features, space data management policy with reinforced European credentials, mainstreaming of the European New Space as a vector for society and economy, space research, synergies between space and defence industry, and international relations and communication for the whole of DG DEFIS.

In this webtalk, we will discuss the Space Package adopted by the Commission on 15 February, specifically the EU space-based secure connectivity and the Space Traffic Management.

The audience will have an opportunity to ask questions in dialogue with Catherine Kavvada.

SpaceWatch.Global is a Europe-based digital magazine and portal for those interested in space and the far-reaching impact of the space sector.

This Space Café WebTalk will be conducted in English on 5 April 2022 at 4 pm CEST.

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