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There was a special KPS-AKPA session in the KPS fall meeting held in Changwon, Korea (October 21-23). See Photo Album for all photos.

 

[Left: Participants in KPS-AKPA session]    [Right: Prof. Young Pak Lee (KPS president), Prof. Kiuck Lee (First AKPA president)]

There was a Physics session (New Frontiers in Basic and Applied Physics) in the UKC 2009 meeting held in Raleigh, NC (July 16-19). See Photo Album for all photos.

[Participants in Physics session] 




[Prof. Young Pak Lee (KPS president), Prof. Kiuck Lee (Marquette University), Prof. Chueng-Ryong Ji (AKPA president)]

Thanks everyone who attended AKPA annual meeting and FIT reception held in Portland, Oregon in March, 2010. See Photo Album for all photos.



[Participants in AKPA annual meeting 2010]




[Prof. Noemie Koller (FIP president), Dr. Ian-Woo Kim (OYRA 2010 winner), Prof. Chueng-Ryong Ji (AKPA president)]




[Prof. Hyeonsik Cheong (KPS representative)]




[Dr. Jeh Kwan Lah (Former KSEA Oregon chapter president)]

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(Email from UKC 2010 General Chair to KSEA members)

Dear KSEA Members,

Please encourage your Graduate Students and PostDoc to apply for this Graduate Student Travel Grant for UKC 2010 to be held at Seattle, WA on Aug. 11-14, 2010. You can visit the link below for details;
http://ukc.ksea.org/ukc2010/paper_submission.asp?mode=s_support

Type 3: Travel Grant for Ph.D. Candidates and Postdoctoral Scholars (NEW!)

Download Type 3 PhD Support Form at http://ukc.ksea.org/ukc2010/includes/UKC_2010_Student_PostDoc_Appl_Form%20_FINAL_.pdf

UKC 2010 will provide travel grant for Ph.D. candidates and postdoctoral scholars who would like to attend the symposium but are unable to do so without travel expense support. Those who wish to apply for this student travel grant must submit the followings to the UKC 2010 Executive Committee (email Dr. Jihie KimThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

1. Application Form
2. Curriculum Vitae (including GPA, publications, work experiences, and extracurricular activities in one or more Korean student organizations)
3. Research Summary (1 page)
a) Title, significance, a description of the expected contributions or accomplishments
b) Font: 12 pt Times New Roman or Arial
4. Poster when selected

Please submit the application form via email to Dr. Jihie Kim at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by June 30, 2010. When selected, he/she should present his/her research projects at the Poster session and/or Job Fair session that many potential employers from Academia, Research Institute and Industry will participate in.

UKC 2010 encourages Ph.D. Candidates and Postdoctoral Scholars to participate in the conference and meet potential employers. We apply the same travel support policy as the speakers, as described above.

Jae-Hoon Kim, Ph.D.
UKC 2010 General Chair / KSEA President Elect
Boeing Research & Technology

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There was a KPS-AKPA joint discussion session during the UKC 2010.
It was held on Aug. 13 (Fri) during the PAS panel session.
Here is the presentation slides by the AKPA president.

 

[Participants in the KPS-AKPA joint session during the UKC 2010. From the left are Drs. Hyung Joon Kim (Carnegie Mellon), Hyunggyu Park (KIAS), Ki-Hyon Kim (North Carolina Central), Chueng-Ryong Ji (North Carolina State, President of AKPA), Se-Young Jeong (Pusan National, Secretary General of KPS), Taeil Bai (Stanford, Chair of PAS in UKC 2010), and Yong Wook Kim (Lehigh).]