Concept of Nano Convergence Exhibition

Nano Convergence Exhibition is an international business exhibition designed to unveil a variety of new technologies and applied product solutions required by the high-tech manufacturing industry and to provide an opportunity for exchange and cooperation with demand-side industries considering the introduction of such technologies or solutions.


  • Hosted by Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy (MOTIE), Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP)
  • Organized by NANO KOREA Organizing Committee, NTRA(Nano Technology Research Association), KoNTRS(Korea Nano Technology Research Society)
  • Supported by Nano-Convergence Foundation, Advanced Technology Center Association (ATCA), Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning (KISTEP), Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), Korea Foundation for the Advanced of Science & Creativity (KOFAC), Korea Institute for Advancement of Technology (KIAT), Korea Industrial Technology Association (KOITA), Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology (KEIT), National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF), Korea Carbon and Nano Industry Association(KCANIA), Commercialization Promotion Agency for R&D Outcomes(COMPA)


Category Chairman Operation Director
NANO KOREA Soon-Kook, Hong
(Chairman of Nano Technology Research Association)
Jun Shinae
(Vice president of Samsung Electronics)
ATEM FAIR In-Yeon, Lee
(Chairman of Korea Adhesive Coating Film Association)
Jae-Yeon, Lee
(CEO of Arirang Chemical)
LASER KOREA Hyon-kee Sohn
(Chairman of Korean Society of Laser Processing)
Hyung-Sik, Kang
(CTO of 21C)
Advanced Ceramics Exhibition Sun-Kyu, Jeon
(Chairman of Korea Fine Ceramics Association)
Sung-Keun, Yoo
(Executive Director of Korea Fine Ceramics Association)
Smart Sensor KOREA Yong-hyeon, Nam
(Chairman of the Korean Sensors Society)
Kuk-jin, Chun
(Professor of Seoul National University)


A variety of programs take place concurrently to provide business opportunities and promote exchange and cooperation.

  • Nano Korea Symposium 1,200 papers presented from 20 countries
    2,000 persons registered
  • Business Programs Product trade/investment/industrial-academic-research cooperation consultations
  • Cooperation Programs Workshops in the fields of Microsystems, laser technology, high-functional materials and smart sensors
  • Networking Program A beer party for exhibitors
  • Industrialization Sessions Presentations on the direction of industrialization for demand-side companies
  • Awards Twenty awards including the Prime Minister’s Award and the Minister’s Award will be awarded.