KIEL(Kiel University:Germany) PML(Plymouth Marine Laboratory:England)
NOC(National Oceanography Center:England) IFREMER(French Research Institute for Exploration of hte sea:France) POI(Pacific Oceanological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences:Russia) WAVE(Waterfront Vitalization and Environment Research Foundation:Japan)
CDIT(Coastal Development Institute of Technology:Japan) PARI(Port and Airport Research Institute:Japan)
JAMSTEC(Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology:Japan) SOA(State Ocean Administration:China) VAST(Vietnamesea Academy of Science and Technology:Vietnam) BPPT(Agency for Assessment and Aplication of Technology:Indonesia) LIPI(Indonesian Institute of sciences:Indonesia) CSIRO(Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization:Australia) UH(University of Hawaii:USA) SIO(Scripps Institution of Oceanography:USA) UW(University of Washington:USA) NETL(National Energy Technology Laboratory:USA) WHOI(Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution:USA) NOAA(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:USA) IMARPE(Instituto del Mar del Peru:Peru)
KIOST plays a pivotal role in the network of Korean maritime science and technology activities through cooperation with related maritime interagencies at home and abroad.
KIOST has signed bilateral agreements with maritime organizations in the Americas, Europe, and Asia and actively cooperates with international agencies such as IOC, PICES, WESTPAC, and SCOR POGO.
Through the Republic of Republic of Korea-China Marine Science Joint Research Center (CKJORC) inside FIO, KIOST has actively exchanged marine science and technologies with many maritime institutions in China and has utilized KCMSJRC as a foothold for major research collaborations in Asia.
The KIOST-NOAA Lab, which was established in NOAA, is currently conducting marine science and technology research. The lab holds international seminars in the U.S and is working on joint research projects with world-leading marine institutions.
KIOST has established the KIOST-PML Lab inside PML, England, and dispatched scientists to perform joint research on Northwest Pacific eco-system modeling, thus contributing to the advancement of Korean marine science research capabilities.
Through the establishment and operation of an R&D hub, the Republic of Republic of Korea-Peru Marine Science Joint Research Center at IMARPE will run a marine technology and science cooperation system and work on effective joint research with countries in Central and South America.
KIOST is also working as an advance guard for Republic of Republic of Korea’s marine science diplomacy by assisting and advising Korean delegations at international marine science organizations such as UNESCO/IOC and PICES.
As a partner with advanced maritime nations, KIOST is playing a vital role on the international stage. Through international cooperation activities, it is contributing to solving problems related to global warming, the environment, natural resources, and energy.
Korea-China Joint Ocean Research Center
Exchanging marine science and technology and securing joint research spaces in China and East China Sea
- Year of establishment : 1995
- Location : Qingdao, China
- Webpage : http://www.ckjorc.org
- Strengthening the company's position, college and research center
- Functioning as the marine science cooperation office between Republic of Korea and China
- Producing and distributing marine policy and information promoting and developing joint research projects.
- Signed MOU with China Marine University in 2010
- Signed MOU with Western China Design Research Center in 2007
Pacific Ocean Research Center
Securing living resources that do not exist I Republic of Korea and promoting research in utilization of tropical marine environments
- Year of establishment : 2000
- Location : Chuuk, Micronesia
- Development of foreign living resources such as black pearls
- Development of marine bio-energy
- Signed an agreement with the Chuuk Provincial Government in Micronesia in 2010
- Opened the Pacific organism Specimen Center in 2010
To promote the exchange of advanced-science personnel and pursue joint research through a partnership with the leading marine science and technology research center, NOAA
- Year of establishment : 2010
- Location : Silver Spring, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
- Conducted the Joint Project Agreement with NOAA
- Established a global network by hosting marine science and technology workshops for related experts in the U.S
To create a synergistic effect with PML by maximizing each institution’s advantages and learning Europe’s marine science knowhow
- Foundation Date: 2011
- Location: Plymouth, England
- Conducted joint research on Northwest Pacific eco-system modeling
Peru-Korea Joint Ocean Research Center
To promote effective cooperation with countries in Latin America by conducting joint research and establishing a cooperation system of marine science and technology through the operation of an R&D hub in Peru
- Foundation Date: November 26, 2012
- Location: Lima, Peru (located inside IMARPE)
- Survey joint research conditions in Latin America and possible areas for cooperation
- Conduct joint research and expand the number of cooperation areas
- Exchange information with Latin America and launch capacity-building programs for marine science and technology
Korea-Indonesia Marine Technology Cooperation Research Center
Purpose of Establishment
- Securing the strategic cooperation platform with Indonesia
- Implementing practical collaborations, such as joint research project, personal exchanges, and capacity buildings
- Supporting the governmental policy, ‘New Southern Policy'
- Year of establishment: 2018
- Location: Cirebon & Jakarta, Indonesia
- Website: www.mtcrc.center
- Promotion and development of joint research projects between Korea and Indonesia
- Development of education and training programs for graduate students
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- Last Update : 2019-04-22