Lockheed Martin's Republic of Korea Science, Technology, and Research (RoKST&R) program is a research and development organization through which Lockheed Martin offers both funding and mentoring to Korean universities and research institutions that are developing advanced technologies aligning with Lockheed Martin’s core capabilities, including the followings areas of interest:

  • Aeronautical and Space Engineering
  • Flight Sciences
  • Sensors
  • System Integration Approach
  • Modeling, Simulation, and Training
  • Renewable/Eco-friendly Energy Generation
  • Nanotechnology

Through the program, the Lockheed Martin seeks to develop partnerships with world-class Korean universities and industry to develop unique and rewarding combinations of invention, innovation, engineering, and systems integration to bear on problems of national importance

Lockheed Martin, along with a panel of industry peers and local university faculty and staff, announced the 2014 call for abstracts to the larger community of universities and research institutions in Korea to invest in research projects through the RoKST&R program. Winning proposal teams will be mentored throughout the duration of the project and receive monetary funding from Lockheed Martin to support the research.

To submit an abstract, or to learn more about the program and application process, please contact Dr. Kyung Kyu Kim or Mr. Myung Chan Lee  by emailing



Call for abstracts announcement

April 8

Abstracts submission deadline

June 5

Selection notification

June 20

Invited proposals deadline

August 15

Announcement of 2014 RoKSTAR Project Recipients

November 14