As the center of South Korea’s MICE, the Daejeon Convention Center (DCC) has held various academic conferences this spring. Daejeon International Marketing Enterprise(DIME) aims to attract academic associations into Daejeon and promote the city’s unique scientific brand to the public.
The ‘2018 Nuclear Safety & Security Information Conference (NSSIC)’ was held in the DCC from March 29 to 30. The NSSIC is the biggest nuclear safety-related event in Korea, with 1,500 nuclear experts and researchers from all over the country gathering annually. Mr. Kazuhide Tomita, the technical counselor of “Japanese Nuclear Regulations,” presented a session about his experience of the Fukushima incident and its lessons.
In April, the 2018 Spring General Conference of the Korean Physical Society and The Polymer Society of Korea was successfully held in DCC with over 2,000 participants consecutively. The two academic societies have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with DIME for mutual cooperation, holding their spring conferences in DCC annually.
In early May, the Korean Society of Manufacturing Technology Engineers (KSMTE) had the ‘2018 KSMTE Annual Spring Conference’ in the DCC. KSMTE, an association of Korean manufacturers and researchers from the manufacturing industry, gathered to discuss the industry’s academic whereabouts and developments.
In this Conference, sessions were discussed to reform the Korean manufacturing industry from its current depression, and search for innovation by sharing research results was also intense. During the conference, DIME gave a MICE presentation for the executive board of KSMTE to introduce its convention support and hosting system to the society and bring opportunities to host further related conventions in Daejeon.
Under active support from Daejeon City, DIME is increasing cooperation with many academic societies and associations to strengthen Daejeon’s brand as a city of cutting-edge technology, and encourage the growth of related industries.
Contact : (DIME Convention Marketing Team) 042-250-1328