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KOCSEA Technical Symposium 2006


Co-organized by
Korean Computer Scientists and Engineers Association in America (KOCSEA) and
Korean-U.S. Science Cooperations Center (KUSCO)


Symposium Information


The organizing committee is pleased to announce the KOCSEA (Korean Computer Scientists and Engineers Association in America) Technical Symposium 2006 to be held during December 15-16, 2006 at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. The invited speakers of the symposium will comprise top Korean talents in Computer Science and Engineering, who are active in Academia and Industry in the US and Korea.


The 1.5 day symposium will provide a forum for presenting recent technical advances, exchanging innovative ideas, and fostering collaborations among participants creating new opportunities for collaborative research. The single-track symposium will comprise keynote speech, invited talks, panel discussions, and KOCSEA business meeting. This symposium has been co-organized by KOCSEA and KUSCO (Korea U.S. Science Cooperation Center).




The Korean Computer Scientists and Engineers Association in America (KOCSEA), founded in 1983, is a not-for-profit organization of Korean American computer scientists and engineers in the United States. The purpose of KOCSEA is to promote communication, information exchange and cooperation among its members and to provide opportunities for them to make contributions to computer science and related fields in Korea and U.S.


KOCSEA consists of about 500 members at various stages in their career - from undergraduate and graduate students, to young professionals and assistant professors, to senior executives and professors. KOCSEA has organized annual workshops in Korea in cooperation with Korean Information Science Society (KISS) from 1990 to 1995 in various areas of information technologies, including software engineering, multimedia technology, end user computing technology, and network technology. Recently, KOCSEA members have been actively participating in various technical activities promoting collaboration between US and Korea such as organizing symposiums at UKC (US Korea Conference on Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship) of KSEA (Korea-American Scientists and Engineers Association), serving on the project proposal review panels of KOSEF (Korea Science and Engineering Foundation), and producing research trend study reports sponsored by KOSEF and KSEA in the area of computer and communications.



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