Shape Up the Future with Filtration & Separation – Clean Environmentation

February 26-28, 2018

Hanyang University Erica Campus 55 Hanyangdaehak-ro, Sangnok, Ansan, Gyeonggi-do, 15588, Korea

Vision Statement

KFS shall aim 1) to promote collaboration among relevant entities (universities, government agencies, industry, and professional societies) in the field of Filtration and Separation, 2) to network among the affiliated organizations. The following activities shall be performed in order to achieve the KFS’s mission stated above. (1) Annual Technical Conference (2) Workshops and Short Course Offerings (3) Technology Transfer and Job Information (4) Research Stimulation and Innovative Product Acknowledgement (5) Miscellaneous Other Activities needed to achieve KFS mission


Dr. Kyung-Ju Choi has enthusiastically pursued of the support of the International Delegates of Filtration (INDEFI) in order to host 14th World Filtration Congress (WFG) in South Korea in 2024. Dr. K-J Choi, Dr. H-S Park, Prof. S-H Kang and Prof. Kwang-Ho Choo met at Kyungpook National University on May 21, 2016 and discussed about a possible organization that could handle the proposal. Drs. Kyung-Ju Choi and Jong-Kil Kim met on June 12, 2017 in Seoul and decided to organize the Korean Filtration and Separation Society due to critical needs of filtration and separation in Korea. The organizing committee was formed on September 4, 2017. They are Dr. Kim, Jong-Kil (Hanyang University), Dr. Park, Hyun-Seol (Korea Institute of Energy Research), Dr. Park, Young-Ok (Korea Institute of Energy Research), Prof. Kim, Jong-Ho (Chonnam National University), Dr. Kim, Jang-Kyu (BKT), Prof. Kang, Suk-Ho (Yeungnam University) and Dr. Choi, Kyung-Ju (Clean & Science) as an acting chair. Dr. Kyung-Ju Choi was elected as Chairman of KFS at the general meeting on November 15, 2017


Dr. Kyung-Ju Choi at

Temporary KFS Address

C/O Clean & Science,#1, 903 Samsung-Dong, 511 Trading Center Building, Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-Ku, Seoul, Korea 135729


Corporate Sponsorship

  • Member: Clean & Science
  • Associate Member: Shinwa Corporation, Tokyo, Japan


  • Individual Member: $20/year
  • Student Member: $10/year
  • Corporate Member: $5,000/year
  • Corporate Associate Member: $1,000/year
  • Payment: contact KFS Chairman at

Explanation of Logo

The bold red curve symbolizes contaminated fluid and the navy blue dashed line represents filtration and separation device. The overall shape is similar to Teageuk.