KSEA was established in 1971 as a non-profit professional organization and has grown to over 6,000 registered members with 70 local chapters (including four Branches) and 13 technical groups across the United States.
The organization’s objectives are to:
To provide, in the areas of science, technology and entrepreneurship, opportunities for:
Leadership development through committee activities and conference organization
You may participate in any of 14 Technical Groups and 10 Standing Committees. You may organize technical sessions at the annual U.S.-Korea Conference on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship (UKC) or organize a regional or local conference of your own.
Development of broad professional foundation
KSEA is unique in that its members come from all fields of science and engineering. The UKC offers an excellent opportunity to collaborate with other professionals who work in different fields.
Networking with other Korean-American scientists and engineers
Join the Technical Groups and Committees, or come to the annual conference, UKC.
You may use KSEA Office while in DC
If you need a temporary office while in DC, you may come to the KSEA Headquarters office. Nominal charges may apply for office support or supplies.
Participation in technical evaluation and consulting.
KSEA will contact you when your expertise is sought after.
Annual Meeting & Technical Conference
Publication of KSEA Letters
National Math & Science Competition
Young Investigator Grants
Young Generation programs
Career Development Programs
Technical Evaluation and Consulting
Sponsorship of Conferences
Awards and Honors
Science & Technology Programs for General Public
Web and e-Mail Services
Global Training Program
R&D Demand Projects
Membership Fee (Annual Dues)
$35 for Regular Members
$15 for Graduate Students
Free for Undergraduate Students
$35 for International Members
Free for KSEA Honorary and Distinguished Service Members
For more information, visit www.ksea.org.