The Computer Hardware and Instrumentation Physics Laboratory (CHIP) aims to be known in the Philippines as the leading laboratory that develops and make instruments and systems for solving real-world problems. CHIP's main goal is to use the physics theory learned in creating world renowned instruments for different applications.
To utilize modern tools, techniques and concepts spurned by the advancement of physics in developing relevant models, devices, instruments and systems that would aid in providing solutions to real-world problems.
Prof. Nelio C. Altoveros
Ms. Alexandra B. Santos
Ms. Joybel G. Bugna
Mr. Julius Cris V. Salinas
Last Updated on Sunday, 17 March 2013 15:39