Ack hall
American Center Korea
Seoul, Seoul, Seoul, Korea (Republic of)
+82-(0)2-397-4649 americancenterkorea@state.gov
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American Center Korea (ACK) engages with Korean youth and young professionals experimenting together in makerspace activities and sharing their expertise and experiences with the makerspace equipment. The makerspace program is led by ACK Fab Lab Fellow on the topic of 3D printing, virtual reality, laser cutting, physical computing, computer programming and IoT, etc. The makerspace program offers opportunities Korean future leaders to exchange ideas and partnership surrounding STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) fields.

American Center Korea (ACK) is an advanced physical platform for effective public diplomacy engagement with Korean target audiences in support of United States foreign policy objectives. ACK is a physical location and a collaborative laboratory where all citizens can explore and be inspired by new ideas, skills, and opportunities that have the power to bring positive change to individual lives, communities, the host country, bilateral and regional relations, and global challenges. ACK also enhances training and transfer of both hard and soft skills. Through Makerspace program, ACK engages with Korean youth and young professionals experimenting together in makerspace activities and sharing their expertise and experiences with the makerspace equipment.

Lab Capabilities
  • 3D printing
  • CNC-Milling
  • Laser
  • Vinyl cutting
Employees
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Conor O'Malley
American Fab Lab Fellow

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