Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA) is a non-profit professional organization, established in 1971. The KSEA activities or programs are co-organized or co-sponsored with KUSCO (The Korea-U.S. Science Cooperation Center) and KOFST (Korea Science and Engineering Foundation). KSEA headquarter is located in Vienna, Virginia.


To promote the application of science and technology for the general welfare of society.

To foster international cooperation especially between the U.S. and Korea.

To help Korean-American Scientists and Engineers develop their full career potential.


KSEA Georgia Chapter (KSEA-GA), as one of the 60 KSEA local chapters, is the association of scientists and engineers, who live and work in Georgia. KSEA-GA conducts local events including seminars and picnics, and also supports the KSEA HQ's programs such as YG (Young Generation) forums at KSEA HQ and in Korea, scholarship, internship, annual UKC (US-Korea Conference), and National Mathematics Competition (NMC).

KSEA-GA Regional Programs

Regional Technical Conference



Young Generation Forums

Career Development

KSEA-GA Membership

The KSEA-GA chapter welcomes anybody who is interested in science and engineering and willing to share knowledge and information on his/her specialties. Membership of the chapter is open to students (undergraduate and graduate levels), researchers, and engineers.

Membership Application

Two options are available: (i) For Online Application, please visit KSEA or (ii) Download the Membership Application Form (MS-word document or pdf) and send a filled application to Dr. Byeong-Uk Kim ( byeonguk.kim@ksea-ga.org ), Executive Director of KSEA-GA.

Membership Types

Regular Member ($35/year)

Graduate-student Member ($15/year)

Undergraduate-student Member (Free)

International Member ($35/year)

Membership Benefits

KSEA offers you opportunities to serve fellow scientists and engineers in the U.S. and Korea.