THE KOREAN AMERICANS: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
A CCKI and ICKS Joint Conference
A Centennial Celebration of Korean Immigration
to the United States
August 16-18, 2002
Fairview Park Marriott Hotel
Falls Church, Virginia
Panel on Contribution of Korean American Scientists and
Moderator: Dr. Moo-Young Han, Professor of Physics, Duke University
Editor-in-Chief, Society of Korean-American Scholars (SKAS)
1. A Brief Highlight
of Achievements by Korean American Enigneers, Dr. Sung-Mo (Steve) Kang,
the Baskin School of Engineering and Professor of Electrical
Engineering, UC-Santa Cruz (PDF: Best
viewed by Netscape).
2. Participation of Korean
Americans in Mainstream Physics, Dr. Yong-Wook Kim, Professor of Physics,
Lehigh University (MS Word: Best viewed by Explorer).
3. Differences We Made
to Chemsity in America, Dr. Hyuk Yu, Walter H. Stockmayer Professor and
Eastman Kodak Professor of Chemistry, Univsity of Wisconsin
(PDF: Best viewed by Netscape).
4. Korean American Scientists
in American Higher Education, Dr. Kichoon Yang, Dean of the College of
Natural Sciences, University of Northern Iowa (PPT: Best viewed
5. Benjamin Whiso
Lee: Korea's Oppenheimer?, Dr. Moo-Young Han, Professor of Physics, Duke
University (HTML: Best viewed by Netscape).
NOTE: A few life science experts could not make the conference. A severe
time limitation (two and
half hours) prevented us from including more speakers from government and
private sector institutions.