Dear KOCSEA members, Distinguished Scholars, Ladies and Gentlemen,
I am delighted to great you on the occasion of the 16th KOCSEA Technical Symposium and to send my sincere congratulations and best wishes to all participants. In particular, I would like to acknowledge Prof. Jeongkyu Lee, and the organizing committee members for their tremendous time and efforts in organizing this symposium.
Ever since KOCSEA was established in 1983, it has grown rapidly under the enlightened leadership of the current and past presidents as well as with the strong support and cooperation of KOCSEA members. KOCSEA members have contributed much for the advancement of computer science and information technology, both in the U.S.A. and in Korea.
I am sure that the 16th KOCSEA Technical Symposium will set another milestone in the development of KOCSEA and collaboration with Korea. And it is an ideal platform for discussion of collaborative strategies and for networking. Although the main purpose of a symposium is to share their new ideas and research accomplishments among the participants, it is also important to build new networks and explore future collaboration. As we all know, human networking is very important in this globalized world.
Congratulations once again and best wishes for a successful and fruitful symposium.
Mr. Kiho Moon
Director, Korea-US Science Cooperation Center (KUSCO)