The Canada-Korea Conference on Science and Technology (CKC) is an ideal annual event to engage with academia, government institutes, and industries from Canada and Korea. This year’s CKC includes: Plenary Sessions, STI Forum, SDG brainstorming forums, Korean Government Research Institutes R&D programs, Young Generation & Young Professional Conference, WiSE (Women in Science and Engineering), Program, Why Canada?, Research Showcase, Government Funding Agency Briefing, FameLab Competition, a Poster and One Minute Elevator Pitch Competition, Welcome Reception, and the Banquet and Award Ceremony.
In particular, this year’s conference theme, “New Opportunities in the New Normal” highlights a goal shared by Korea and Canada, and demonstrates new steps taken toward bilateral R&D collaboration between the two countries. In addition, the conference will also showcase and promote discussions for development of sustainable materials, high value-added products, processing technologies, and clean technologies for Earth, energy and environment.
A successful CKC would be not possible without the support of Korean and Canadian governments and without institutions like you. Depending on the level of participation and registration level, Institutional Partners can receive a variety of benefits and privileges, such as hosting institutional sessions, having registration fee waived, operating a booth, and many more. If you would like to become a CKC 2021 Institutional Partner, or if you have any questions, please contact: