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Very exciting! Focusing not only on hard science but also on how to share and disseminate information through instruction, especially using technology. I support Blended/Hybrid Learning.
I share the Wisconsin Idea: “I shall never be content until the beneficent influence of the University reaches every home in the state”; “the boundaries of campus are the boundaries of the state”. We can also extend the idea globally. (University of Wisconsin-Madison is one of the top schools in the world and one of the leaders in the field of education).
Different Courses Taught in UPLB (not updated)
MATH 11 (College Algebra) – Lecture and Recitation
MATH 14 (Plane Trigonometry) – Recitation
MATH 17 (College Algebra and Plane Trigonometry) – Lecture and Recitation
MATH 26 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry I) – Recitation
MATH 27 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry II) – Recitation
MATH 28 (Calculus and Analytic Geometry III) – Recitation
MATH 36 (Mathematical Analysis I) – Lecture and Recitation
MATH 37 (Mathematical Analysis II) – Recitation
MATH 38 (Mathematical Analysis III) – Lecture
MATH 174 (Numerical Analysis I) – Lecture and Laboratory
MATH 175 (Numerical Analysis II) – Lecture and Laboratory
MATH 190 and AMAT 190 Special Problem Advising and Co-advising
MATH 191 (Special Topics: Dynamical Systems)
Advising and Co-advising (BS Applied Math, BS Math, BS Computer Science):
R.R. Ciar, L.S. Bonto and MH.P. Bayer (Foraging Behavior of Stingless Bees (Trigona biroi Friese): Distance, Directionality and Height), completed 1st Sem AY 2009-2010, main adviser: Prof. S.P. Lubag.
C.C.H. Rabe and H.F.D. Aguilar (Analysis of Some Models for Yellow Stemborer Populations Considering Local Ricefields), completed 2nd Sem AY 2010-2011, main adviser: Dr. E.C. Jose.
M.C.A.R. Caburog and T. Senju (Local Stability of Selected Network Flow Models), completed 2nd Sem AY 2010-2011, main adviser: Dr. E.C. Jose.
R.E.DC. Umali (A Rule-based Monte Carlo Simulation of Information Evolution in a Stochastic Kronecker-Type Social Network), completed 2nd Sem AY 2010-2011.
R.S. Tambaoan (Determination of Satisficing Migration Path of Bounded-Rational Species Based on Some Dynamic Environmental Factors), completed 2nd Sem AY 2010-2011.
H.B. Aycardo (Parameter Estimation for System of Ordinary Differential Equations Using Nonlinear Programming), completed 1st Sem AY 2011-2012.
A.A.D. Bosaing (Assignment Problems with Weighted and Nonweighted Neighborhood Constraints in 36, 44 and 63 Tilings), completed 1st Sem AY 2011-2012, co-advised with Mr. M.L.D. De Lara.
Y.T. Otsuka (cum laude) (An ODE Approach to Decision Making Involving Pairwise Comparison of Choices), completed 1st Sem AY 2011-2012.
H. San Lorenzo (Solving Weighted Neigborhood Constraint in Triangular and Hexagonal Tilings using Simulated Annealing), completed 2nd Sem AY 2011-2012, main adviser: M.A.A.D. Clariño.
B.G. Tria (cum laude) (A Multi-Agent Simulation for a Model of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Programming Implemented in NetLogo), completed 2nd Sem AY 2011-2012, main adviser: M.A.A.D. Clariño.
M. Canlas: http://defensemehcanisms.blogspot.jp/2013/03/acknowledgements.html
Please click this link to view the list of my advisees during 2nd Sem AY 2012-2013.
DATalabis (magna cum laude); MBELeyeza (cum laude)
Please click this link to view the list of my advisees during 1st Sem AY 2016-2017.
Please click this link to view the list of my advisees during 2nd Sem AY 2016-2017.
JCRMotas (cum laude); VABBermudez (cum laude)
Contributions to Instructional Programs in UPLB
One of the proponents of AMAT 112: Introduction to Mathematical Optimization and AMAT 180: Introduction to Biomathematics; currently helps in proposing new graduate degree programs (e.g., MS/PhD)
Lecturer. 2009 Los Baños District Summer Enhancement Workshop in Science and Mathematics. UPLB. April 17, 2009.
Chair, Logistics, Promotional Materials and Physical Arrangement Committee. CHED-UPLB Summer School and Camp in Mathematics. UPLB. May 24-29, 2010.
Judge in various Quiz Bee Competitions
Guest speaker in various events in Philippines and Japan
Lifelong learning... :)