Dr. Hyo-Suk Lim received BS and MS degrees from Seoul National University, Korea and got a PhD degree in meteorology from Texas A&M University, USA. Dr. Lim worked as a Post Doc. at NASA/GSFC from February 1994 to February 1996 and joined the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) in Korea, where she is currently an Executive Director of Satellite Operation & Application. Her research mainly has focused on satellite data application in earth science, calibration/validation of satellite data, and international collaboration of remote. Until now, with experiences on reviewer of several journals and organizing committee of international conferences, Dr. Lim is the board member of International Charter on Space and Major Disasters. Also, Dr. Hyo-Suk Lim will currently serve as President of the Association of Korean Woman Scientists and Engineers (KWSE) and a member of Presidential Advisory Council on Science and Technology(PACST).
Draft remarks on panel representation
Founded in 1993 as the first NGO for women scientists and engineers in Korea, the Association of Korean Woman Scientists and Engineers (KWSE) aims to empower the scientific capacity as well as to uplift the status of women in academia, research institutes, and industry, as the first association of women scientists and engineers in Korea. From the beginning of foundation, KWSE has pursued international cooperation for networking information and human resource in research and development. Starting with BIEN (international conference for women in convergence) in 2003 and YWS Camp (young woman scientist camp) since 2012, KWSE has expanded woman global networks in order to improve international research capacity and provide a variety of opportunities for next generation women in STEM. At this panel, as the president of KWSE, I would share major achievements of KWSE international activities and highlight the importance of collaboration and networking among women professionals in science and technology.
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