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Research Seminar Presentations

The graduate students present brief but focused presentations on various topics throughout the class. For those with a project already, they can present recent results obtained in the laboratory or newly published results relevant to their work. It is always important that we bring the technical discussions back to the relevance to the Philippines’ effort to create a culture of innovation.

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Research Seminar Presentations

The graduate students present brief but focused presentations on various topics throughout the class. For those with a project already, they can present recent results obtained in the laboratory or newly published results relevant to their work. It is always important that we bring the technical discussions back to the relevance to the Philippines’ effort to create a culture of innovation.

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The technologies reviewed vary from semiconductor lighting replacing incandescent lights, buildings that change their shape for green designs, the growth of algae for oil production, and the use of robots in Japan to provide medical care for the elderly.  The Faculty and students of the Ateneo from various departments also present their research projects to the class.
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The class discusses the economic drivers that make the particular technology novel, the importance or size of the business opportunities, and the relevance to the Philippines. The class discusses different research strategies like: Can we modify their approach to major advantage? Can we apply this new technology in some other area? Can we apply this technology now to the electronics industry (where many of the students work)?
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The deadline is Oct. 16. Please submit a hardcopy to the department secretary and email a softcopy to richtiu@yahoo.com or lee_catmk@yahoo.com
 

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Research Seminar

Announcements

Requirements for Thesis (First Semester)

  1. Four slides (ppt format) (minimum, may exceed if you have more SIGNIFICANT results to present)
  2. 2-page document (pdf or doc format) which includes:
    • abstract or description of project
    • significance of study
    • summary of previous research done (if applicable)
    • significant results/data (or expected results/output)
    • minimum of 3 paper references (IEEE format)

The deadline is Oct. 17. Please submit a hardcopy to the department secretary and email a softcopy to richtiu@yahoo.com or lee_catmk@yahoo.com

Resources

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