Western Pacific Sedimentology Meeting
Korean Sedimentology Research Group (KSRG)
The Geological Society of Korea (GSK)
Korean Society of Petroleum and sedimentary Geology(KSPSG)
Chonnam National University
International Association of Sedimentologists
Universiteit Gent, Krijgslaan 281 S8, 9000 Gent, Belgium
The International Association of Sedimentologists was founded at the International Geological Congress in Algiers on 11 September 1952, to promote the study of Sedimentology by:
publication, discussion and comparison of research results,
encouraging the interchange of research, particularly where international cooperation is desirable,
promoting integration with other disciplines.
Korea institute of geoscience and mineral resources(KIGAM)
124, Gwahak-ro Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, 34132, Korea Tel. +82-42-868-3114 Fax. +82-42-868-3411
KIGAM is the unique government-funded research organization where the top-notch geoscience researches are ongoing.
In Kigam, Korea's finest geology experts are in charge of researching on stable utilizations for the future energy & mineral resources, land and environment preservations, and creating a new science field with the basis of geoscience technologies.
All those efforts are for the Korea's industrial developments and the contented lives for the people in Korea.
Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology(KIOST)
787 Haean-ro(st). Sangnok-gu, Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
KIOST strives to develop cutting-edge scientific technology and acquire new knowledge in order to discover advanced life, minerals, and energy resources in the ocean and establish future-oriented port city infrastructure, including port and coastal landscapes. In doing so, KIOST is contributing to the development of the national economy and producing talented, next-generation human resources that will sustain the prosperity of this nation.
Korea Polar Research Institute (KOPRI)
26 Songdomirae-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon 21990, Korea
The Korea Polar Research Institute that was launched in a small research laboratory in 1987 has realized a great deal of qualitative and quantitative achievements since its affiliation in 2004. Moreover, the status as a permanent observer in the Arctic Council was obtained in 2013 based on the research achievements realized until today while expanding the detail and scope of research from the Antarctic to the Arctic. At such point in time, KOPRI intends to construct the effective system for the operation, management, and crisis response of large-scale infrastructure like the icebreaker ARAON, the Antarctic King Sejong Station, the Arctic Dasan Station and Jang Bogo Antarctic Research Station and in line with this, it aims to plan and execute research projects that derive research outcome on the international level and match well with the social demand of the nation.