Irmgard Marboe

Professor Dr.

Schottenbastei 10-16 (Juridicum building)
1010 Vienna

TEL  +43-1-4277-35311
FAX  +43-1-4277-835311
irmgard.marboe@univie.ac.at

Staircase II, 5th floor, room R549

Office hours: Thursday 4-5 p.m., during the holidays by appointment via e-mail. 


Curriculum vitae

Publications

Lectures

Research focus

Compensation and Damages in International Law
International Investment Law
International Arbitration
Space Law and other legal regimes outside national ju- risdictions
Human Rights and Responsibility to Protect
Human Rights and Islam
Intercultural  Dialogue
International Law and Islam
Culture in International and European Law

Professional Memberships

Head, National Point of Contact for Space Law,  Austria
Director, Vienna International Christian-Islamic Summer University
Vice-Chair, Arbitration Commission of the University of Vienna
Co-Rapporteur, International Law Association (Commit- tee on Islamic Law and International Law)
Chair, Working Group on National Space Legislation, UN Committee for the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, Legal Subcommittee (2008-2012)
Member, Advisory Board of the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) on Air- and Spaceflight
Member, International Law Association (Committee on Space Law)
Member, Austrian Society of European Law
Member, Austrian Arbitration Association
Member, German Society of International Law
Member, European Society of International Law (ESIL)
Member, International Institute for Space Law (IISL)
Member, International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)
Member, European Centre for Space Law (ECSL)
Member, Academic Council on the United Nations Sys- tem (ACUNS)
Member, panel of arbitrators for space-related disputes at the Permanent Court of Arbitration, The  Hague
Corresponding Member, Advisory Board of the European Forum Alpbach

PhD Thesis Supervision

Professor Marboe accepts to supervise PhD theses in law on the condition that 1) prospective PhD students first attend and finish the seminar Diplomanden/Dissertantenseminar with an excellent mark 2) the proposed subject-matter of the thesis relates to her research focus, details see here