Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers, KSME, held its annual meeting on November 1st to 4th, 2023 at Songdo Convensia, Incheon. This year’s theme was “Mechanical Engineering Leading the Korean Defense Industry.” The Mechanical Engineering Department at Stony Brook University in SUNY Korea participated in this wonderful opportunity by operating a booth. Five faculty, six graduate students, and seven undergraduate students from the Mechanical Engineering Department attended this conference. Some ME students, mainly graduate and senior students, took part in the poster sessions. Additionally, two ME undergraduate students and several graduate students participated in the presentation section of this conference, where they were able to share what they have researched in the past years.
For this year’s conference, 45 companies registered for booths, with over a thousand research papers and presentations being offered. Additionally, KSME Conference 2023 had several sessions such as ME expert review sessions, special lectures, invited speakers’ lectures, KSME-SEMES OIC winners’ presentation and awards, KSME-LG Future Home Tech & Challenge winners’ presentation and awards, and international sessions, including research presentations. These sessions were divided into Korean and international sessions.
Written by Student Reporter, Hyeonha Hwang
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Six SUNY Korea students
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