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2015-2016 Korean-American South-Atlantic Regional Conference
March 18, 2016 - March 19, 2016
the 2015-2016 Korean-American Scientist and Engineers Association (KSEA) South-Atlantic Regional Conference will be held at North Carolina State University (NCSU) on March 18-19, 2016. The aim of the regional conference is to support interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary scientific networking among Korean-American scientists and engineers in North Carolina and neighboring regions representing South-Atlantic region, to assist and encourage young Korean-American scientists and engineers (students and post-docs) through awards program for research presentation, to connect young generation of Korean-American scientists to experienced professionals and mentors, and to enhance cooperative efforts in science and technology between North Carolina and Korea. This two-day keynote forum with distinguished speakers and tour program will bring insights from different disciplines.
To register for the conference, please complete the form below. You must register by 5:00pm, March 14 (Monday), 2016. The registration is free. However, if you do not attend the conference without notification prior to the conference, a nominal fee of $20 will be charged to cover the expenses for conference materials, lunch, and drinks. If you can’t attend the conference, please cancel your registration via email to email@example.com by 12:00 pm, Monday, March 14th.
Poster Submission: You are strongly encouraged to submit a poster at the conference. There will be monetary awards to outstanding presentations. For those who respond to submit a poster, a detailed information will be given via email. Submissions must be received on or before March 14, 2016. Please note that you may present a poster you have already presented elsewhere.
Chang Soo Nam, Ph.D., President of KSEA-NC
Hangsik Moon, Ph.D., President of RTP B&B
Do Young Eun, Ph.D., Vice President of KSEA-NC
Joseph Kim, Ph.D., Vice President of RTP B&B
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