Electronics and Instrumentation

Electronics and Instrumentation

Vision

  • To be the leading group in Instrumentation Physics that caters to both basic and applied researches relevant to the world
  • To design and use complex electronic and mechanical equipment
  • To measure and interpret experimental data relevant for both analysis and applications
  • To apply the understanding of the basic interactions in nature for basic science and technology

Collaborations

  • IRRI/Agriculture: Image processing and Instrumentation for agrictultural systems
  • Forestry: Spectroscopy for Electromagnetic Shielding and Antimicrobial Applications
  • Bee Program / Biology: Spectroscopic characterizations of Honey, modification of beeswax for antimicrobial applications, instrumentation for bees
  • UPLB Nanotech / Chemistry: Instrumentation systems for nanotech applications (gas and optical sensing), Low-frequency characterizations of proteins
  • Engineering: Spectroscopy and characterizations for Cement, polymeric and other materials for various applications

Members

  • Dr. Alvin Karlo G. Tapia
  • Prof. Nelio C. Altoveros
  • Prof. Emmanuel A. Florido

Publications

  1. A. K. G. Tapia and K. Tominaga. (2016) Conducting Properties of Polyaniline in the THz Region: Investigations of Various Processing Conditions, International Journal of Infrared, Millimeter and Terahertz Wave, 38, 885.
  2. R.A. Alfonso, J.R. Pingol, M.C. Carasco, A.F. Mella, H.J. Ramirez, N.C. Altoveros, R. Roxas-Villanueva, G. Tapang, and R. Gomez. (2013) Enhancing HOTS in Science Pedagogy with VISSER. Proceedings of the Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas Physics Congress, University of San Carlos, Cebu City.

 

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 14 October 2017 23:01

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