KHU Forum for Space Research

Kyung Hee University (KHU) Forum for Space Research

“Team Spirit in Space”

Aug. 10 (Thu) 3:40-5:40 PM

Space science is often accompanied by large-scale space experiments and ground observations. Recent issues in space weather require collaborative team effort all over the globe for human health and safety against serious natural hazards such as solar and geomagnetic storms. Many of international collaboration are being pursued for this issue of global safety. There have been growing interests and developments in Korean space environmental studies, large part of which are associated with US space research as US has been a top leader in this subject. This forum invites leading space scientists from both countries, and provides opportunities for current  and future collaboration around the globe.



John Lee (NASA Headquarter)

Dong-Hun Lee (Kyung Hee University)


 Time  Presenter
 3:40-4:00 PM  Steven Clarke (NASA)
 4:00-4:20 PM  KyungSuk Cho (KASI: Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute)
 4:20-4:40 PM  Larry Paxton (JHU/APL: Johns Hopkins Univ/Applied Physics Lab)
 4:40-5:00 PM  Peter H Yoon (Univ. of Maryland)
 5:00-5:20 PM  Eun-Hwa Kim (PPPL: Princeton Plasma Physics Lab)
 5:20-5:40  Kwangheon Park (KHU: Kyung Hee University)