Call for Submission to the KITEE / NRC 2018 Idea Pitch Competition

Call for Submission to the KITEE / NRC 2018 Idea Pitch Competition

In order to promote entrepreneurship of Korean-American scientists, engineers, and students studying engineering and science and encourage them to build a promising startup, KITEE holds its second Idea Pitch Competition on March 24th, 2018 together with the NRC Committee. In the competition to be held during the NRC 2018, future Korean-American entrepreneurs will compete individually or as a team to win an award of $2,000 plus continuous assistance, upon requests, from KITEE Angel Committee in various areas including formation, business plan, fundraising, legal, accountant and financial, marketing & channel introduction, and related technologies until they grow to the next phase of business.

Scope: Any compelling idea for business that are NOT commercialized yet and still at an idea level.
Winners (up to 3)

• 1st place: $2,000 plus continuous assistance, upon requests, from KITEE Angel Committee
• 2nd place: $1,000
• 3rd place: $500

Eligibility: Any KSEA and KITEE member as of March 15th, 2018 can compete as an individual or a team (one or more KSEA or KITEE members).

• March 20th, 2018 (5PM) Application due (by email)
• March 20th, 2018 Pre-screening result (document examination)
• March 24th, 2018 Presentation
• March 24th, 2018 Interview and Q&A for finalists
• March 24th, 2018 Winner announcement

Application Method:
• By 5 PM, March 20th, submit a one-page plan to with the following: title, team members, market need (problem to solve), solution (product or service), why now, market validation, competition and advantage, etc.

• Those who pass the pre-screen will be provided a template for presentation on 3/24/2018.

• A Competition Committee will pre-screen applications, select up to five finalists who will compete in the second round, Interview and Q&A, and choose up to three winners.

• Confidentiality: Protection of intellectual property (IP) is up to the contestant.
Updated information will be available at the KITEE website,

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25th Northeast Regional Conference

Conference Preliminary Program



25th Northeast Regional Conference


Moving Forward another Quarter Century, TOGETHER

April 30, 2016

Crowne Plaza Englewood

401 S Van Brunt St, Englewood, NJ 07631


Hosted by

KoreanAmerican Scientists and Engineers Association

New Jersey, New York Metropolitan and Philadelphia Chapters


Partnered with

New York Korean Biologists (NYKB)

Korean American Society in Biotech and Pharmaceuticals (KASBP)

Philadelphia Korean Scholars Association (PKSA)

Korean-American Women in Science and Engineering (KWiSE)

Korean-American IT Engineers and Entrepreneurs (KITEE)


Congratulatory Message from the KSEA President

Youngsoo Richard Kim

Honorable Guests, Ladies, and Gentlemen: Welcome to New Jersey! It is wonderful that so many fellow KSEA members, friends, and guests from the Northeastern states can come and participate in the KSEA’s Northeast Regional Conference. The NRC has provided an exceptional opportunity for researchers and practitioners in a number of exciting fields to gather and share their knowledge and experience. Although I am unable to attend the Conference due to personal conflicts, I am sure that this year’s event will continue the tradition of strong technical content and networking opportunities that the NRC has always provided for its attendees.

This Conference is the first time that KSEA’s local chapters in the Northeastern states can join with Affiliated Professional Societies, such as the NYKB, KASBP, KWiSE, KITEE, and PKSA, under the theme, “Moving Forward Another Quarter Century, TOGETHER”. This type of collaboration is a great example of how two main axes of KSEA, i.e., the local chapters and Affiliated Professional Societies, can work together to create networking opportunities both socially and technically. I wholeheartedly applaud this effort!

Serving and leading the KSEA as President allows me to return some of the benefits I have gained from this dynamic organization, but at the same time this opportunity poses many challenges. I am pleased to report to you the following important initiatives that have been accomplished by the 44th Administration:

  • Proper representation of local chapter presidents in the Council by developing and including the concept of ‘Region’ in the KSEA structure
  • Registration of local chapters as non-profit organizations
  • Integration of the Technical Groups and Affiliated Professional Societies
  • Revamping the KSEA information technology system and the encryption of members’ passwords
  • Improving the membership application and renewal processes
  • Improving the security of the election system

Each of these tasks is important for the healthy and prosperous future of the KSEA. You have experienced some of these changes already, and I ask for your willingness to continue your active support of KSEA as we move forward with progressive changes to improve our organization even more in the future.

Congratulations to the Conference Co-Chairs, Drs. Youngsun Kim, Sae Woong Park, and Moses Noh, the Conference organizers, advisors, presenters, volunteers, and generous sponsors for making this Conference another successful event!

Youngsoo Richard Kim

President, KSEA


Welcome to 25th Northeast Regional Conference (NRC)

Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) NJ, NY-Metro and Philadelphia will hold the 25th KSEA Northeast Regional Conference (NRC 2016) at Crowne Plaza Englewood, NJ, on April 30, 2016. For the first time, the 25th NRC is collaborated with professional organizations including KASBP, NYKB, KWiSE, KITEE and PKSA. The objective of this conference is to provide a forum in which scientists and engineers in major areas present their research findings and share ideas.  We are hoping that the 25th KSEA Northeast Regional Conference (NRC 2016) will also contribute greatly to the advancement of research and development in both USA and Korea.  In addition, we believe it will provide an opportunity for members and experts in other technical fields to establish professional networks, as well as to explore career opportunities.

The 25th KSEA Northeast Regional Conference would like to extend an invitation to you to this wonderful forum.  We are looking forward to seeing you all at the 25th KSEA Northeast Regional Conference.

Youngsun Kim, Ph.D. Sae Woong Park, Ph.D. Moses Noh, Ph.D.


Conference Co-chair

KSEA-NY Metropolitan

Conference Co-chair

KSEA-NY Philadelphia

Conference Co-chair


Program at a Glance

AM/PM Time April 30, 2016 (Saturday)
IT BT YG Engineering Entrepreneurship KWiSE
AM 9:30-10:20

Registration and Networking



Rm A

AM Session

Rm B

AM Session

Rm C

AM Session

Rm D

AM Session

Rm E

AM Session

Join other session
11:50-12:00 Group Photo
PM 12:00-1:30 Networking Lunch

Plenary session

NRC Ceremony and Keynote speech

3:00-3:20 Coffee Break

Rm A

PM Session

Rm B

PM Session

Rm C

PM Session


PM Session

Join other session

Rm E

PM Session

4:50-5:00 Closing (at each session)
5:20-8:00 Networking Dinner (Poong Lim)
8:00-10:00 Have a safe trip home and see you next year



Registration                                                                                                                                                       Lobby

9:20 AM – 10:20 AM

Coordinators:                        Jaewon Kang, Vencore Labs

Jun Hyuk Heo, Merck

                                                     Sahee Kim, RevHealth, LLC

NY chapter

Dahea You, Rutgers University


Technical Session I                                                                                                                                                 TBD

10:20 AM – 11:50 AM


Group Photo Time                                                                                                                                        Ballroom

11:50 PM – 12:00 AM


Networking Lunch                                                                                                                                         Ballroom

12:00 PM – 1:30 AM


Plenary Session                                                                                                                                             Ballroom

1:30 PM – 3:00 PM


Coffee Break                                                                                                                                        1st Floor Lobby

3:00 PM – 3:20 PM


Technical Session II                                                                                                                                               TBD

3:20 PM – 5:00 PM


Networking Dinner                                                                                                                                                     

5:20 PM – 8:00 PM

Poong Lim Restaurants

2053 Lemoine Ave, Fort Lee, NJ 07024



1:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Moderator: Youngsun Kim, KSEA-NJ Chapter President


1:30 PM – 1:35 PM

Opening and Welcome Remarks:   

Sae Wong Park, KSEA-NY KSEA NY Metro President &

Moses Noh, KSEA-Philadelphia President


Reflection on 25 years of NRC                                                                                                                   Ballroom

1:35PM – 1:50 PM

Kang Wook Lee (former KSEA President), IBM


Professional Organization Presentation                                                                                                  Ballroom

1:50 PM – 2:15 PM

  • Korean-American IT Engineers and Entrepreneurs (KITEE)
  • Korean-American Women in Science and Engineering (KWiSE)
  • Philadelphia Korean Scholars Association (PKSA)
  • Korean American Society in Biotech and Pharmaceuticals (KASBP)
  • New York Korean Biologists (NYKB)

Keynote Speech                                                                                                                                            Ballroom

2:15 PM -3:00 PM

“Dream for Novel Prize in Science and the Korean”

Chin Ok Lee (former KSEA President) The Rockefeller University





Opening Remarks                                                                                                                                             Room

10:20 AM – 10:25 AM

Ohbong Kwon, CUNY/New York City College of Technology


Information Technology I                                                                                                                                Room

10:20 AM – 11:50 AM

Chair: Ohbong Kwon, CUNY/New York City College of Technology


“SK at a Glance”

Hanul Park, SK


“AI/ML and new approach: Topology”

Minkyu Kim, ASML


“Impact of Advisement on the Success Rate of Developmental Students”

Jinsoo Park, Essex County College


”Visualizing Phylogenetic Trees”

Sung-Hyuk Cha, Pace University

Information Technology II                                                                                                                                 Room

3:20 PM – 4:50 PM

Chair: John Lee, Vencore Labs


“Joint Interference and User Association Optimization in heterogeneous Networks”

Changkyu Kim, New York University



Kooksang Moon, JP Morgan Chase


“Why Lee Sedol Lost to AlphaGo?”

Sung-Kwon Kang, IBM


Closing Remarks                                                                                                                                             Room

4:50 PM – 5:00 PM

Jaewon Kang, Vencore Labs




Opening Remarks                                                                                                                                             Room

10:20 AM – 10:25 AM

Eunsung Junn, Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School


Bio & Pharma Science I                                                                                                                                    Room

10:20 AM – 11:50 AM

Chair: Eunsung Junn, Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School


“Exploring intracellular structures and functions at nanometric scale with light”
Sanghyuk Lee, Rutgers University, Piscataway


 “Light Pollution and Cancer”

Mingzhu Fang, Rutgers University, Piscataway


 “Dynamic silencing of Drosophila vision during rapid gaze changes”            

Anmo J. Kim, The Rockefeller University


Bio & Pharma Science II                                                                                                                                   Room

3:20 PM – 4:50 PM

Chair:  Yune-Sang Lee University of Pennsylvania


“Using single cell transcriptomic data to study the heterogeneity in human female embryonic stem cells”

Kyoung Jae Won, University of Pennsylvania


“The rate of transphyletic regulatory interactions”

Jongmin Nam Rutgers University, Camden
“Binding Dynamics of Streptococcal-glucosyltransferase B to Candida albicans Using Single-molecule Force Spectroscopy”
Geelsu Hwang, University of Pennsylvania


Closing Remarks                                                                                                                                                Room

4:50 PM – 5:00 PM

Hyun Jae Pi, CSHL

Young Generation (YG) FORUM

Session Theme: Stepping Up as Leaders

Inspiring and effective leaders have enormous impact in their community, including workplace and school. A highly effective organization has strong work culture and powerful organizational dynamic as a result of having quality leaders. In this year’s YG Session, we will focus our discussion on various aspects of being a successful leader with distinguished speakers and fun interactive activities.


YG Session Organizing Committee Chair:

Jason Ki


YG Session Organizing Committee Members:

Sahee Kim, Seo Young Lee, and Dahea Diana You


YG Session Staff:

Joanne Haeun Lee, Jiyeon Joy Park, Sun Ho Ro


Opening Remarks                                                                                                                                             Room

10: 20 AM – 10:30 AM

Jason Ki, Ph.D. Candidate, the City College of New York


YG Session I                                                                                                                                                       Room

10:30 AM – 11:10 AM

Panel Discussion on Leadership

Moderator: Seo Young Lee, PharmD Candidate of 2017, Rutgers University



Stella Jeon, Life Sciences Solutions at Thermo Fisher Scientific

Bong Jun Ko, Ph.D., IBM

Michael Lee, NJIT

Stephen Suh, Ph.D., Hackensack University Medical Center

Young Yim, Phreesia


11:10 AM – 11:35 AM

YG Spotlight

Dahea Diana You, PharmD, Ph.D. Candidate, Rutgers University & Local YG Chapter Representatives


11:35 AM – 11:50 PM

Networking/Interactive Session

Seo Young Lee, PharmD Candidate of 2017, Rutgers University


YG session II                                                                                                                                                         Room

03:20 PM – 4:10 PM

Leadership Workshop/Interactive Session

Sahee Kim, PharmD, RevHealth, LLC


04:10 PM – 4:30 PM

YG Participant Presentations


04:30 PM – 4:50 PM

Keynote Speech

John Lee, PhD, KPMG


Closing Remarks                                                                                                                                                Room

Jason Ki, Ph.D. Candidate, the City College of New York


Engineering FORUM


Opening Remarks                                                                                                                                              Room

10: 20 AM – 10:25 AM

Eon Soo Lee, NJIT


Engineering I                                                                                                                                                        Room

10:20 AM – 11:50 AM

Chair: Eon Soo Lee, NJIT


“Samsung Today”

Sung Wook Yoon, Director, Samsung Electronics


“Overview of Device Nanostructuring for Efficient Polymer and Hybrid Solar Cells”   

Chang-Yong Nam, Brookhaven National Lab – Center for Functional Nanomaterials.  


Low-cost Urban Traffic Congestion Monitoring System for Smart City “

Joyoung Lee, Dept. Civil and Environmental Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)

Efficient Solar Water Splitting Via Tunable Photoanode-Photocathode-Catalyst Interface Devices”

Shinjae Hwang, Dept. Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rutgers University


Engineering II                                                                                                                                                     Room

3:20 AM – 5:00 PM

Chair: Moses Noh, Drexel University


 “Electrocatalytic upgrading of furfural for generation of renewable biofuels and chemicals”

Sungyup Jung, Dept. The City College of New York at CUNY


 “Fatigue Risk and Reliability Assessment for Highway Sign Structure”

Hyungjoo Choi, Dept. Civil/Structural Engineering, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.


 “Drug delivery to triple negative breast cancer cells”

Bumjune Kim, Biomedical Engineering, CCNY 


“Synthetic Cell Penetrating Peptides for Drug Delivery and Stem Cell Applications”

Won H Suh, Temple University


“Inkjet printing for biomedical applications: flexible microelectrodes”

Yoontae Kim, Drexel University



Closing Remarks                                                                                                                                              Room

5:00 PM – 5:05 PM

Moses Noh (Drexel University)


Entrepreneurship FORUM


Opening Remarks                                                                                                                                              Room

10:20 AM – 10:30 AM

Myung Jong Lee (City College of New York)


10:20 AM – 11:50 PM

Chair: Kyeong Ho Yang (Dialogic)

Presentation                                                                                                                                                        Room

10:30 AM – 11:20 AM

Maximizing the Opportunities in the Open Economy

JunHwan Chang, Esq. (Managing Attorney of Chang, Cho & Associates)


Panel Discussion                                                                                                                                                 Room

11:20 AM – 11:50 AM

New opportunities for startups in the international market

Panelist 1: JunHwan Chang, Esq.

Panelist 2: Scott Lee, CEO of BOK Solutions (To be confirmed)

Panelist 3: Sunguook Wee, Cofounder of SoBeNe (To be confirmed)

Panelist 4: Leon Kim, Founder of BENU Agency (To be confirmed)



Session Theme: Women who want it all


Opening Remarks                                                                                                                                              Room

Chair: Yeon Bai (Montclair State University)


03:20 PM – 3:50 PM

“Healing Growing Pain”

Christine Yoon, A Blessing place


03:50 PM – 4:20 PM

“Workplace Lactation

Yeon Bai, Montclair State University


04:20 PM – 4:50 PM

“Resume that works”

Alice Kim, Columbia University Center for Career Education


Closing Remarks                                                                                                                                              Room

04:50 PM – 5:00 PM

Minsun Shin (Montclair State University)




Dear Fellow KSEA members,

Dear Fellow KSEA members,

KSEA is collaborating with Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology (KEIT) to conduct an extensive technology demand survey from all KSEA members.

The results from this survey will serve as a basis for the Request for Proposal (RFP) next fiscal year and may lead to initiate joint R&D projects between Korea and US researchers. Thus this project provides an excellent opportunity for KSEA members to collaborate with Korean colleagues with the support from the Korean funding agencies. We would greatly appreciate it if you can fill out the attached Survey Form either in Korean (preferred) or English with reference to the attached Technology Classification, and return it to Ms. Euna Yoon at KSEA HQ ( by May 6, 2016.

Survey requirements include:

(1) Survey Form either in Korean (Preferred) or English

(2) Submission window date: due by 5:00pm, May 6, 2016, proposer’s local time

(3) Limit on Number of Survey Forms per PI or Co-PI: Two (2)

(4) Who May Submit:

 (a) KSEA membership is NOT required.
(b) This survey is open to U.S. scientists and engineers only (U.S. scientists and engineers are those who are affiliated with a US institution) – Per KEIT request, however, those who are affiliated with a Korean institution in Korea and currently visiting the United States (e.g., as a visiting scholar) are NOT eligible for this survey. 미국 기관 소속된 연구자만 대상 – KEIT 요구에 의해 한국 기관 소속 연구자는 제외 (예, 한국에서 오신 visiting scholar분들은 참여 불가능)  

Benefits include:

  • Participants will receive $50 per a reviewed and accepted survey as a token of appreciation.
  • Selected proposers will be invited to participate in a Forum at UKC 2016 to be hosted by the KEIT.
  • The local chapters or Affiliated Professional Societies (APS) that submit 10 or more accepted survey forms will receive an additional support of $300. A special, additional prize ($500) will be awarded for one local chapter and one APS with the most accepted surveys over 10. Please note that these awards are only valid for the first 100 accepted surveys so please take an action quickly.

We look forward to your active participation in this exciting opportunity to work with your R&D colleagues in Korea. Please feel free to share this opportunity with your colleagues who might be interested in participation. Please direct any inquiries to Ms. Euna Yoon at KSEA HQ (


Principal Investigator: Youngsoo Richard Kim, PhD., President of KSEA

Co-Principal Investigator: Chang Soo Nam, PhD., Project Direct 5

KASBP- Hanmi and KASBP- YuhanFellowship Awards


KASBP- Hanmi and KASBP- YuhanFellowship Awards

2016 KASBP Spring Symposium

Dear Young Scholars,

Korean American Society in Biotech and Pharmaceuticals (KASBP) announces “2016 KASBP Spring Symposium” to be held on June 10 (Friday) and 11 (Saturday), 2016 at Hilton Boston/Dedham, Dedham, MA. The symposium is sponsored by Hanmi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., and Yuhan Co., Ltd.

The symposium will focus on current trends in drug discovery and development. We also would like to uncover young scientists, recognizing their achievements in biotech and pharmaceutical research. The symposium will also provide a great opportunity for members to establish professional networks in order to share information and experiences in pursuit of excellence in R & D.

One of the highlights of the symposium will be the KASBP-Hanmi and KASBP-Yuhan fellowship for young scholars such as graduate students and post-docs who excel in research. Therefore, KASBP cordially invites all young scholars for submissions of an ABSTRACT and CV (Curriculum Vitae) for the fellowship awards in the 2016 KASBP Spring Symposium according to the following:

Invited Area:

Medical science, biological & pharmaceutical science, organic chemistry, and/or areas related to drug discovery and development


Prospective authors should submit an ABSTRACT (including author’s name, affiliation(s), postal address) and CV. Awardees should give a poster presentation on June 11 (Saturday), 2016. Please indicate whether authors would like to give a poster presentation regardless of award. All authors giving a poster presentation would receive partial support for her/his travel, though not selected as awardees.

Due date:            May 16, 2016

Format:               ABSTRACT and CV (in Microsoft Word)

Typeface:            Times New Roman, font size 12 point

Send to:               Eunsung Junn, Ph.D (KASBP Fellowship Chair)


                                Tel. 732-235-5478

*Award winners will be notified by May 24, 2016

Jae Uk Jeong, Ph.D.

The 12th KASBP President (2015-2016)

Scientists and Engineers Early-Career Development (SEED) Workshop

Date: April 30 ~ May 1, 2016
Location: Silicon Valley, CA

KSEA is pleased to announce the Scientists and Engineers Early-Career Development (SEED) Workshop, which has had great success since it started in 2013.

The goal of the SEED is to provide a professional career development service, which is consistent, systematic, and practically useful for junior Korean-American scientists and engineers ranging from postdoctoral researchers to early career professionals. For current graduate students, it is eligible only for those whose defense is scheduled before December 31, 2016.

The program will provide: (1) a workshop on grant proposal writing for postdoctoral researchers and junior faculty members, (2) information on funding opportunities within US, US-Korea collaboration, and other international opportunities, (3) a career workshop that focuses on the job application process, tenure, and promotion, (4) a workshop on being team member/leader in the modern work place, and (5) the development of supporting and mentoring systems.

Speakers will be outstanding and distinguished scholars and professionals with successful careers in the United States.

Attendees are required to have current KSEA membership and participate in the entire two-day workshop period. KSEA will provide the following financial supports to the attendees:

(1) Travel support:

Airfare up to $220 or travel reimbursement up to $220 based on driving mileage ($0.50/mile)

(2) Hotel Accommodation:

One night (Saturday, April 30) at the venue hotel (TBA) shared by two participants

(3) Meals:

Lunch and dinner on Saturday, April 30, and breakfast on Sunday, May 1, 2016.

The online application: All required application materials should be submitted through the KSEA website below.

Application materials: Personal information, Personal statement (300 words limit), and CV or resume.

Application deadline: Friday, March 11, 2016

Announcement of invited participants: Monday, March 14, 2016

Selection criteria: Competitive merit based, up to 120 applicants. Priority will be given to applicants from West coast who could not attend SEED 2015 held in Washington, D.C.

Registration fee: $80 for graduate students; $120 for postdocs; $150 for junior faculty, government employees, or early stage professionals. Registration fee will be collected from only invited applicants.

For general inquiries, please contact us at email:

Thank you,

Dr. Hae-Bum Yun
Program Committee Chair

Dr. Jong Park
Program Committee Co-Chair

Dr. Youngsoo Richard Kim
President of KSEA

2016 Young Generation Forum (YGF) program

Dear KSEA Members,
We at KSEA are very pleased to announce the 2016 Young Generation Forum (YGF) program to be held from July 11 to July 19, 2016, in Seoul, South Korea. Each year since 2002, the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies (KOFST) and the Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) have been hosting the Young Generation Forum by bringing young Korean Heritage scientists and engineers from all over the world to Korea. The goal is to share the Korean vision of science and technology around the world.

The Young Generation Forum brings together 80 of the brightest ethnic Koreans from all over the world. KSEA is proud to be able to send 16 delegates from the US to the event, FREE to the participants. Participants will also be pulled from other countries including Korea itself, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Australia, Japan, China, and Kazakhstan to learn more about Korea, and create a strong worldwide network. This is a rare opportunity to meet young generation scientists and technology leaders from all over the world, experience Korean culture, and share research ideas.  Some key points are highlighted below.

Financial Support:

  • Free event registration
  • Meals and lodging for 9 days and 8 nights
  • Travel stipend to cover the round-trip airfare from U.S. to Korea (check our YGF website for details).

Program Summary:

  • Participants will visit various locations in Seoul, Daejeon,Gyeongju, Ulsan, and Pohang. The full schedule is available on our YG Forum website.


  • Current college junior or senior, graduate student. or post-doctoral fellow. Those entering graduate school in the fall are also eligible to apply.
  • Background / major in science, engineering, or technology.
  • 1.5, 2nd or later generation Korean-American (i.e. born in the U.S. or have attended high school in the U.S.)
  • U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident (must submit a copy of U.S. passport or permanent resident card as proof).
  • Born in 1982 or later.
  • Must NOT have attended a prior YGF.
  • Conversational in English with basic understanding of Korean.
  • Must be certain of availability during July 11 to July 19, 2016.
  • Note that special consideration made for applicants with socially disadvantaged backgrounds (see website application for more details).

How to Apply:

  1. Register (or update) your KSEA membership.
  2. Fill out the application form.
  3. Submit your proof of legal USA residency.

Application Deadline: Sunday, March 13, 2016 (11:59 PM PDT)
Finalist Notification from KSEA: Monday, March 21, 2016
Final Notification from KOFST: TBD

Visit KSEA’s YGF 2016 website for program highlights, past photos, the application, links to past Facebook pages, and the Frequency Asked Question (FAQ) page. If you have any additional questions, please email us at:

Thank you,

John Lee
KSEA Young Generation Committee Chair

Phillip Han
YGF 2016 KSEA Representative

[채용공고]아모레퍼시픽에서 기술 연구원을 모집 중


아모레퍼시픽에서 기술 연구원을 모집 중입니다. 관심있는 분들 신동욱 박사님께 연락 드려 보세요.

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From: 신 동욱 <>
Date: 2016-02-06 3:08 GMT-05:00
Subject: 아모레퍼시픽 기술연구원 바이오 분야 리쿠르트 관련


아모레퍼시픽 기술연구원에서 근무하는 신동욱입니다.

최근에 오현주 박사님으로부터 뉴욕 지역 바이오 연구자분들의 회원 모임에 대한 NYKB에 관한 이메일 정보를 얻고 다음과 같이 메일을 보내드립니다.

올해 우수 인재 recruit 차원(바이오 분야)에서 회사 차원에서 미국 특정 지역에 방문을 하여 인터뷰를 계획하고 있습니다.

차별화, 다양성을 더 중시하는 경향이 있어서, 노화 연구 경력이 있으면 좋겠지만, 필수 사항이 아니며, 다만, 입사를 하게 된다면, 노화 관련 연구를 진행할 의사는 분명히 있어야 합니다.즉, 현재 하고 있는 연구 또는 관심있는 분야를 노화로 연결할 수 있다고 판단이들면 지원을 하면 좋겠습니다.”

이에 NYKB회원중에서 취업에 관심이 있으신 분들 (박사졸업 예정자 또는 박사후 연수 과정) 또는 주변에 관심있는 분들이 있으면 저에 대한 정보를 알려주시고, 저에게 CV와 함께 메일 ( 을 보내주시면 감사하겠습니다.

신 동욱 드림
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Amorepacific Corporation
Bioscience Research Institute
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