Lee to be keynote speaker at Korean conference

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On June 9, 2009

Sunggyu “K.B.” Lee, professor of chemical and biological engineering, has been selected as a keynote speaker for the 2009 Annual Meeting of Korea Science and Technology (KSTAM), to be held in July. After an introduction by the Prime Minister of Korea, Lee will discuss “Energy Enabling Technologies for a Sustainable Future.”

The conference is the most prestigious of its kind in Korea and is designed as an open forum for scientists, engineers and government officials. KSTAM is used to set the nation’s strategic goals and agendas in science, technology and education. 

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