The Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics (IMSP) held a sportsfest last February 1 at the E. B. Copeland Gymnasium which was participated by around 30 faculty and staff, and 50 students.
The Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics (IMSP) hosted the 3rd International Workshop on Mathematical Biology (IWOMB) last January 5-8, 2020. Leading researchers, both local and abroad, convened to provide insights in conducting research in their fields of expertise.
IMSP faculty and staff showed their unwavering support to the victims of calamities by donating clothes and blankets this 2019. Collected items were given to the Diocesan Shrine of St. Therese of the Child Jesus (DSSTCJ). DSSTCJ accepts donations all year for the victims of calamities. IMSP aims to continuously extend its assistance.
Cleanliness is next to godliness, they say. As a great kick-off for 2020 and before the start of another challenging and exciting semester for the faculty and staff of the institute, IMSP held this year’s first Brigada Opisina. Brigada (brigade in english) means “a group of people organized to act together” from Merriam-Webster Dictionary.
The first MS Mathematics graduate of UPLB, Prof. Rolando Panopio has retired from service, leaving behind him a legacy that those after him will truly follow.
Investigation of reverse ionic diffusion in forward-osmosis-aided dewatering of microalgae: A molecular dynamics study
Dr. Allan Abraham B. Padama studies fundamental properties and phenomena important in basic surface science and industrial applications. He uses density functional theory (DFT) calculations to investigate surface processes accompanying metal alloys that are used in the conversion of waste gases into useful fuels.
The BioMathematics Research Cluster was established as the UPLB BioMathematics Initiative in 2010. Since then, the group has grown into one of the most dynamic and productive research teams in the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics.