SEAIDITE faculty present researches in 6th National TechnoFest

Nine faculty members from the School of Engineering, Architecture, Interior Design, and Information Technology Education (SEAIDITE) presented their research projects during the 6th National Technology Festival with the theme “Sustaining Innovations in TECH: Technology, Education, Community, and Human Development” at Far Eastern University (FEU)-Institute of Technology last April 10-12, 2019.

The presenters, most of whom co-authored the researches with their students, were as follows:

Presenter Student Co-author/s Research Study
Mr. Ertie Abana   Usability of ‘Traysi’: A Tricycle Fare Calculator Web Application
Engr. Aira Jane Bassig John Carl Dimaculangan, Joannah Andreliz Gervacio, Abigail Lorenzo, Jovelyn Talosig, Jarom Tuddao Automated Peanut Shelling Machine
Engr. Josephine Cummiting Melvin Iringan, Abigail Ordillos,   Frederick Ragunton Deforestation and Forest Degradation of the Municipalities of Baggao and Peñablanca
Engr. Jaime-II Daliuag Regina Joyce Agapito, Vanessa Mae Layugan, Nathaniel Reyes Land Suitability Analysis on the Potential of Solar Energy Farms in the Province of Cagayan
Engr. Kristelle Ann Ginez Richard Pablo Analysis on Strength of Concrete Hollow Blocks Using Rice Bran as Additional Component
Engr. Marion James Ladia Christian David Barroga, Jan Jan Camarao, Harold Lambenicio, Joren Marc Peralta Dry Cell Urine Electrolyzer Oxyhydrogen Extractor for Fuel Additive
Engr. Ariel Lorenzo Krizel Angelie Argal, Ian Kim Bacud, Jeric Barcena, Mervin Gabriel Anthony Berbano, Khristian Russell Littaua,
Shawn Wayne Tiangco
Fuzzy Logic Controlled Paddle Wheel Aerator
Engr. Jenirose Matias Christine Joyce Guzman, Jethro Kristoffer Ibarra, Aleen Gleen Leaño, Clyde Maverick Malamug, Kim Dominic Manuel Agricultural Waste as Microwave Absorber for Anechoic Chamber
Engr. William Vega Roel Bacud, Reihnard Dayag, Jett Michael Lozano Bamboo-Based Wall Panels for Residential Buildings

The project “Automated Peanut Shelling Machine” was adjudged Best Project in the said convention.

The University received an award for having the most number of participants.

The convention is an annual event that gathers professionals, scientists, faculty, and students to celebrate technology and the different innovations that make an impact on people and their communities.

“Your attendance to this national research conference with the acceptance of your papers is a testament of your hard work to produce knowledge in the field of engineering. Your winning seals experts’ approval of your quality outputs. Wishing you all the best till the next research competitions,” said Dr. Emmanuel James Pattaguan, VP for Academics, in support to this endeavour.