Green Technology for a New World
August 11-15, 2010 @ Seattle, WA
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Invitation Letter

Dear UKC2010 Participants, KSEA Members, and Colleagues:

As UKC 2010 General Chairs, we would like to invite you to participate in the “2010 US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship (UKC 2010),” jointly organized by the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) and The Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies (KOFST).

On the theme of “Green Technology for A New World,” the UKC 2010 is organized into 10 Symposiums in 5 major technology domains; Energy, Fundamental, Information, Life, and

Jae H. Kim, Ph.D.

Ki-Jun Lee, Ph.D.
Transportation Domains. In addition, in order to foster US-Korea R&D Collaborations, we arranged related workshops and forums; especially, US Air Force AFOSR-sponsored “The 9th US-Korea Workshops on Nanostructured Materials" and "The 7th US-Korea Workshops on Nanoelectronics” organized by US Air Force AFOSR and AOARD is co-located with UKC 2010.

The “World-Class” research experts in each technical domain will share their knowledge and experience on key technical concepts, current status and future technology roadmap. This in turn will ignite a new idea for new products and business opportunities. In this way, we hope the UKC 2010 to contribute to achieving our KSEA mission through this conference:

1) Promote the application of science and technology for the general welfare of our society
2) Foster international cooperation especially between the U.S. and Korea
3) Enable Korean-American Scientists and Engineers to develop their full career potential

The UKC 2010 is expected to draw over 1,000 outstanding scientists, engineers, professors, high-rank government officials, industry Executives and policy makers from both the US and Korea. Thus, UKC 2010 can provide an ideal forum to leverage existing partnerships and great opportunities to develop new programs between US and Korean Industry. You can also have a great chance to meet with colleagues and peers from other regional and technical areas to exchange information.

Finally, I extend my special thanks to the leadership of Program Committee, Executive Committee, Local Arrangements Committee, and numerous organizers, volunteers and sponsors who have made this conference possible.

Looking forward to seeing you all in the Emerald City - Seattle,

Jae-Hoon Kim, Ph.D.
UKC 2010 General Chair and KSEA President
Boeing Research & Technology, Seattle, WA 98124-2207

Ki-Jun Lee, Ph.D.
UKC 2010 Co-Chair and KOFST President
Honorary President of National Academy of Engineering of Korea
President Emeritus of Seoul National University