CHEY Scientific Innovation Series 22
New Era of Space Exploration: Gravitational Wave, Asteroid, and Space Debris

2023.09.26 15:00 - 17:00

Advanced space technology is making innovative progress in a variety of areas, from understanding the origins of the universe to solving global challenges such as resource scarcity and climate change. The Republic of Korea is steadily demonstrating its future potential in space technology with the launch of Nuri-ho and the success of the lunar orbiter Danuri. In order to promote international collaboration and view the latest technological development, Chey Institute invited the best scholars in the space field to the US Korea Conference. We cordially invite you to explore new horizons in space exploration with world-top experts.

Barry Barish, Daniel Jay Scheeres, BANG Hyochoong, KIM Young-Kee


  • Barry Barish, Caltech, Department of Physics

    Future of Gravitational Wave Observation: Multi-signal Astronomy and LISA

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  • Daniel Jay Scheeres, University of Colorado

    Asteroid Exploration: Recent Research Trends and Prospects

    Video 1

  • BANG Hyochoong, KAIST

    Satellite Proximity Navigation for Space Debris Removal Mission

    Video 1

  • KIM Young-Kee, University of Chicago


    Video 1