Announcements

Litalk

We are inviting you to join the LiTalk this coming November 09, 2022. In this scientific colloquium, we invited Dr. Jonathon Smith from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, and Dr. Joseph Coleman from Event Dynamic, USA.

Registration is free.

Zoom Meeting ID: 571 220 8419

Passcode: liknayan

The Rayleigh-Taylor Instability Near Midnight: Where do late night plasma plumes come from?

by Dr. Jonathon Smith

8:00 AM-10:00 AM

Abstract: Irregularities in the ionospheric plasma density can mangle GNSS signals. Near the equator they appear as large plumes of rising low density plasma in the ionosphere. The Rayleigh-Taylor instability can generate these plumes. Though seen mostly at dusk, their occurrence sometimes extends into post-midnight hours. This could be because they grow slowly at dusk, and drift to a later local time or they might grow at these later local times. By comparing the strength of the RT instability to bubble occurrence frequencies, we show that the ionosphere produces a conducive environment to create irregularities at later local times. Understanding the spatial and temporal distribution of the irregularities is important for mitigating the negative impact they can have on GNSS signals.


Gravitational Lensing and Hydrodynamic Simulation of Cluster Merger Abel 2146

by Dr. Joseph E. Coleman

10:00 AM-12:00PM

Abstract: Abel 2146 is a cluster merger close to the plane of the sky. This orientation allows for viewing the aftermath of the collision of two galaxy clusters. Gravitational lensing allows mapping the dark mater in the system. A dark matter core of one of the clusters lags behind a mass peak in the baryonic or visible matter. Simulations of the merger indicate complex relationship with collision angle with the X-ray signal.


Litalk

The SPGS will hold a Litalk Series on October 5, 2022. In this scientific colloquium, we invited Dr. Aditya Mishra from Intel Corporation, USA, and Dr. Hue Minh Nguyen from Le Quy Don Technical University, Vietnam. Dr. Aditya Mishra (9:30 AM) will share their work on perovskite light emitting electrochemical cells as a candidate for solid state lighting technology while Dr. Hue Minh Nguyen (1:00PM) will talk about the design and construction of an affordable portable Raman spectrometer and the technique to collect proper Raman spectra using SERS substrates and portable Raman spectrometers. Registration is free.

Zoom Meeting ID: 571 220 8419

Passcode: liknayan

Differential Ion Motion in Perovskite Light Emitting Electrochemical Cells

by Dr. Aditya Mishra

9:30 AM-12 Noon

Absract: Perovskite light emitting diodes (PeLED) have shown promising progress as next-generation efficient electroluminescent devices. However, PeLEDs suffer from low lifetimes and color instability during operation that limits its insertion into most practical applications. To address this concern, we investigated a form of perovskite light-emitting device termed perovskite light-emitting electrochemical cells (PeLECs) that utilize a phenomenon of selective differential ion motion in perovskite devices. We demonstrated that optimized Li salt additive improves thin film morphology, increases PL stability and quantum yield, reduces charge traps, and strengthens the perovskite chemical bonding. Leveraging differential ion motion in PeLECs demonstrates a new pathway of utilizing simple and smart, wearable devices for the internet of things (IoT) for digital communication and fashion.


Future of Portable Raman Spectrometers and SERS

by Dr. Hue Minh Nguyen

1:00PM-2:30PM

Abstract: In recent years, portable Raman spectrometers and commercialized surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) substrates have become increasingly popular. They have turned out to be great tools for both substance detection, identification, and on-site analysis. SERS is one of the methods of resolving the bottleneck issue of Raman spectroscopy due to its inherent low signal level of the inelastic scattering of photons on molecules. The localized electromagnetic field at the hot spots on the SERS substrates helps to boost up the Raman signal many orders of magnitude. However, there is difficulty in collecting Raman spectra using SERS substrates caused of the distribution of the hot spots and/or investigated molecules at their proximity and photodegradation processes. We would like to discuss the design and construction of an affordable portable Raman spectrometer and the technique to collect proper Raman spectra using SERS substrates and portable Raman spectrometers. We propose a random sampling technique that gives representative and high-quality spectra with high intensity and good resolution. Potentially, this method can promote quantitative SERS and chemical trace analysis using portable Raman spectrometers.

Litalk

In the spotlight in LiTalk this coming June 29, 2022, 9-11am, is Ms. Hillary Diane Andales, an Astrophysicist Undergrad Researcher from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. In this webinar, Ms. Andales will about their work on "Searching for the Remnants of the Oldest and Faintest Galaxies Accreted by the Milky Way".

The Liknayan Talks (LiTalk) is a monthly science/physics research colloquium organized by the Society of Physics Graduate Students (SPGS) and the Department of Physics of MSU-IIT, which serves as an avenue for the undergraduate and graduate students to share and/or learn the latest advances on their respective fields. This event is also co-hosted by the Department of Physics and the Society of Physics Graduate Students of MSU-Marawi; and the Caraga State University - Department of Physics.

Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81884993163...

Zoom Meeting ID: 818 8499 3163

Passcode: liknayan

For further details, please visit https://msuiit.edu.ph/events/details.php?id=617

Litalk

We are inviting you to join the LiTalk this coming June 1, 2022, at 2:00 pm via Zoom. Our speakers this month are our MS Physics graduate candidates Kurt Sterling M. Ubas, Marjune T. Bonilla, Archie G. Ruda, and Jaylord Veloso from Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology, Iligan City.

Please see details below.

Zoom Meeting ID: 818 8499 3163

Passcode: 299792


Litalk

We are inviting you to join the LiTalk this coming April 27, 2022, at 2:00 pm via Zoom. Our speakers this month is Dr. Kristine Bernadeth H. Unabia from Caraga State University, Butuan City and Prof. Dennis C. Arogancia from Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology, Iligan City.

Please see details below.

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82733200573?pwd=UTA4NW5xVlF0SlAwNTBzNDNNSkRZQT09

Meeting ID: 827 3320 0573

Passcode: 042722

Litalk

Tune in this Wednesday March 30, 2022 at 2 pm to hear the talks of Dr. Maria Vanessa Balois-Oguchi from RIKEN Center for Advanced Photonics JAPAN and Dr. Ryan John A. Cubero Institute of Science and Technology Australia.

Zoom Link Meeting: 824 7382 3368

Code: 022322

Litalk

Tune in this Wednesday February 23, 2022 at 2 pm to hear the talks of Prof. Edmar G. Panhotan Caraga State University, Butuan City and Dr. Reginald Christian Bernardo, Academia Sinica, Taipei City Republic of China.

Zoom Link Meeting: 824 7382 3368

Code: 022322

LITALK!

Tune in this Wednesday to hear the talks of Dr. Mergebelle D. Dengal (Department of Physics, MSU-Marawi) and Dr. Jeffrey C. De Vero (Energy Materials, Ceres Power Ltd., United Kingdom).

JANUARY 26, 2022 Wednesday, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

MEETING ID: 821 5941 4230

PASSCODE: physics

The Liknayan Talks (LiTalk) is a monthly science/physics research colloquium organized by the Society of Physics Graduate Students (SPGS) and the Department of Physics, which serves as an avenue for the graduate students to share and/or learn the latest advances on their respective fields.


LITALK!

See you all 2PM 2021 Dec 15 for our Science Colloquium!


Dr. Jingle B. Magallanes "Low Energy View of the Proton"


Dr. Rhenish C. Simon "Optical Models for Flat 2D Material and Rough Surfaces"


Zoom Meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86707505024...


Meeting ID: 867 0750 5024

Passcode: physics


LiTalk Time!

Mark your calendars on November 24, 2021 for the back-to-back LiTalks on Materials Science with the speakers:


Dr. John Robert P Guerrero: "XRD Refinement and Crystal Visualization"

Dr. Lean L. Dasallas: "Interaction of High Intensity Laser Pulse with Materials: Computation and Applications"


Zoom Meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87177325235?pwd=RXVUNWJsTmhrUDhQR3g0bVFKTDh1dz09

Meeting ID: 871 7732 5235

Passcode: LiTalk2021


SEE YOU!

Are you planning to implement research projects?

Join us as we listen to
Dir. Mariel P. Makinano, a Senior Science Research Specialist and Provincial Director of DOST Surigao del Norte as she will impart information on accessing funds for research and development this coming October 20, 2021, 2 o'clock in the afternoon.


The following are the Zoom Meeting details:

Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85834405685?pwd=WG9CQTdlTExycUovU0ErRVovanFJQT09

Meeting ID: 858 3440 5685

Passcode: litalk

LiTalk Time!

In this colloquium, two (2) of our graduate students from MRPC (Mindanao Radiation Physics Center) Laboratory will give their talk on their respective research works this coming Friday, August 20, 2021, at 2pm. The details of this meeting are as follows:


Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83392533525...

Meeting ID: 833 9253 3525

Passcode: 478515


See you virtually everyone!

WE ARE LOOKING FOR YOU!

The Physics Department is inviting applicants for the Administrative Aide IV position, job order status for 6 months.


Interested applicants may send their application letter to csm.physics@g.msuiit.edu.ph on or before July 22, 2021.

PHYSICS ENRICHMENT SERIES

Get your monthly dose of Physics by joining us this June 22, 2021 for another session of the Recent Advances in Physics and Career Path in Physics.

This June 22, we feature two Filipino young scientists: Dr. Jaypee Quino of Pfizer, USA, and Dr. Catherine Therese Quinones, of MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology. If you want to know their journey and their current pursuits, register at https://forms.gle/kTJxtRxkhpkqrAnF8.


Don't forget these important details!


June 22, 2021 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am

Zoom ID: 948 7600 8618

Passcode: PHYSICS


LITALK with Physics Graduate Students

Join us on our monthly research colloquium with our dearly graduate students as they flex their respective researches on Friday, June 18, 2021 at 10 o'clock in the morning. The details of the meeting are as follows:

Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89801705951?pwd=SXprTmdrME1xVWZYVDNGWDRsWWhWUT09

Meeting ID: 898 0170 5951

Passcode: 448661

Call for Applications

The Department of Physics is now accepting applications for the Master of Physics (MOP), Master of Science in Physics (MS Physics) and Doctor of Philosophy in Physics (PhD Physics) programs for SY: 2021-2022. Continue your journay in the physics realm with us! Apply now!


Application for admission to the Graduate Programs (http://bit.ly/Application_CSMGS_Physics).

Application for DOST scholarship (http://bit.ly/Application_DOST_Physics)

CHED SIKAP grant is also available. Please see https://ched.gov.ph/sikap/ for more info.

The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice. ~Brian Herbert

Hi Everyone!

We are again inviting you all to our Physics Research Colloquium today, May 5 at 2:00 pm with the topic, "Athermal Fluctuations of Tracer Beads Embedded in Gel in Physarum polycephalum Directed Migration". Our speaker will be Dr. Rosario L. Reserva, one of the faculty members from the Department of Physics, MSU-IIT. The details of this talk are as follows:

Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89854713569.

Meeting ID: 898 5471 3569

Passcode: 736792

Don't miss it. See you !

39th SPP 2021

Conference Days: 20-22 October 2021

Submission to First Call for Papers: 30 June 2021

Editorial Decisions: August 2021


for more information


https://spp-online.org/spp2021/



We are inviting you all to our Physics Research Colloquium this coming March 24, 2021, on the topic "Effective Dynamics of the Two-Dimensional Bloch Electrons in External Fields Derived from Symmetry". Our speaker is Dr. Edward Aris D. Fajardo, from MSU-Marawi Physics Department.


The following are the Zoom Meeting Details:

Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84155134039?pwd=aHp3SFBadTlaaUdnTHRjS2dhZ1ZTUT09

Meeting ID: 841 5513 4039

Passcode: 484745


We are cordially inviting everyone to a Physics Research Colloquium this coming February 24, 2021. Join us as we listen to Dr. Daisuke Miyashiro, our speaker from the Department of Physics at Tokyo University of Science and Engineering and Testing Department who is also the Chief Project Engineer of ESTECH Corporation in Japan with his talk about the “Study of Mechanical Vibration in Single-Stranded DNA Wrapped Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes”.

The following are the Zoom Meeting Details:

Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83868429580?pwd=ZjZPa2xDWE8zVVE3cWMzRTVsV0Q1QT09

Meeting ID: 838 6842 9580

Passcode: 785644

42ND csm fOUNDATION CELEBRATION

In celebration of the 42nd Foundation of the College of Science & Mathematics, the Physics Dept. hosts this scientific talk by Dr. Noel Lito B. Sayson entitled "Large Frequency Shift Parametric Oscillation in Silica Microspheres and Magnetism Fluoride Microresonators". Join us this February 19, 2021 at 04:00 pm.

Zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/csmfoundation

Meeting ID: 817 0011 3856

Passcode: csm

Congratulations!!!

The Physics Department congratulates our very own colleague Dr. Jinky B. Bornales for being chosen by the National Research Council of the Philippines-DOST as the Achievement Awardee of the National Research Council of the Philippines under the Physics Division.

Dr. Bornales is an active member of MSU-IIT under the College of Science and Mathematics. She is also our current Vice-Chancellor for Research and Extension.

The College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) of MSU-IIT celebrates its 42nd Foundation Anniversary.

Following a brief opening, a series of daily webinars from the five departments of the College will be held from 15th of February to 19th. Faculty members who recently returned from their doctoral studies will present new scientific findings from their research.

A College Meeting will be done online on Wednesday, 17 February, to be participated by the five Departments (Marine Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Chemistry, Physics, and Biological Sciences). The said Departments shall present achievements in 2020. The Meeting will also tackle problems and issues CSM is currently facing and how these will be addressed, as well as discuss plans to improve further the performance of CSM in the coming years.

A special Orientation Webinar on the ASEAN University Network Quality Assurance Accreditation will be held on February 24.

Abstract

The angular-averaged differential cross section (dcs) of the elastic electron-proton (ep) scattering, covering Q2<1.0GeV2 , was fitted via combined modified eq-scatterings where q is a point particle. The formulated SBM and SEM fitting models use the bare and effective u- and dquark masses, respectively, while SCBM and SCEM integrate other considerations, such as overlapping of the electron wave functions, spin-spin interactions, and (QCD) color interactions. Three comparison methods were used and all of them favor the models with other additional considerations. Providing a device to estimate the range of values of the u- and d-quark masses through the elastic ep-scattering form factors at the low energy regime was also aimed. The proton mass was required as a parameter used in the relativistic recoil factor of dcseq to shift its distribution closer to dcsep thereby attaining the critical intersections. By considering all possible scattering angles at fixed transfer momentum, the relativistic recoil factor was treated as a constant that shifted the distribution and gave rise to a tool in estimating quark mass range. Higgs triplet extension of the Standard Model and the SO(3) isomorphism to SU(2) were invoked in order to determine the mass terms for the gluons. The masses were generated through Higgs mechanism resulting to one heavy-gluon, four light-gluons and three massless gluons.

Date of defense: January 21, 2021 (Thursday) 9 am

Meeting ID: meet.google.com/wbg-eqjr-kfg

"LiTalk" with Dr. Beverly V. Gemao

It's online LiTalk again on January 20, 2021, Wednesday, 10:00 AM with Dr. Beverly V. Gemao of Statistical, Nonlinear and Bio Physics Research Group, National Central University (NCU), Taiwan.

Zoom Meeting Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89023867925?pwd=LzJidDBhQWMrZDJFeGMxWnMremNTZz09

Meeting ID: 890 2386 7925

Passcode: 086324

See you all!

December 2020


To the valued alumni of the Physics Department:

Greetings of the Season!

The Department of Physics is wishing you a blessed and joyful Christmas. In whatever stage you are in your profession, may you be a fresh graduate or in the apex of your career, your Physics family is praying not only for your success, but for you to always find joy in the things that you do. It is our fervent hope that your passion will find you, should you find yourself still searching for it at present, and that your passion burns and stays with you, if you have finally found it. Your successes and triumphs are not only your own but of the Department as well. Know that we are proud of you.

It is our fervent hope that in your journey towards a successful career, you will continue to serve our countrymen by sharing your knowledge, skills, an resources. Let us be partners in making our country a better place to live in not just for ourselves but for every Filipino.

May you enjoy the holidays with your families and bask in the comfort and security of your own homes.

We would like to hear from you too so feel free to visit our website: (https://sites.google.com/g.msuiit.edu.ph/msuiitphysicsdept/announcements) and our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/physics.msuiit/ ) to be updated in the recent activities and endeavors of the Department.

We wish you the best and may God bless you.

Sincerely,

Physics Department of MSU-IIT

Good day, everyone!

We are inviting you to our online LiTalk with the following speakers:

Ms. Jessalyn Grumo: "Effects of Nanocellulose on the Anticorrosion Properties of Epoxy Coating"

Ms. Lady Jaharah Jabber-Bulayog: "Rigid Polyurethane Foam Reinforced with Cellulose Fibers"

PhD students from the Department of Physics, College of Science and Mathematics, Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology.

Join us this December 16, 2020 (Wednesday), 3:00 PM as our senpais will share with us their research study.

Zoom Meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81381059530?pwd=YTVCa0lWYTJ4VlVtQ3c2S2NjTTNxQT09

Meeting ID: 813 8105 9530

Passcode: 102556

E-certificates will be given!

See you all!

HEADS UP!

We are very pleased to inform you that the Complex Systems Group (CSG) of PRISM will be having its virtual 2020 Complex Systems Day (CSD) this December 18, 2020. CSG has been having this mini-conference for three years in a row with the main objective of bringing together the researchers of CSG in current research directions for collaboration. This year CSD will consist of 6 plenary talks (3 experimental and 3 theoretical) and poster presentations. The topics ranges from neurophotonics to disease spread modelling and biological active systems. Kindly fill up the registration form at

https://tinyurl.com/complexday2020

and an automatic Zoom link will be sent

to you. Kindly also like the FB page of the CSG here https://www.facebook.com/msuiitcsg.

The CSD 2020 will be broadcast live in the CSG Facebook page.


Hello, everyone!

This November 18, we are inviting you to our online LiTalk on “Introduction of different researches and lab groups in IRCER” with our distinguished resource speaker, Dr. Philippe Thomas, Research Director of the Institute of Research for Ceramics, CNRS, Université de Limoges, France.

(Open from 4:50 – 5:00 PM, on November 18, 2020)

A motivational talk on becoming a real physicist

What is a physicist?

How does one become a real physicist?

These questions have answers that could be our guiding pillars as we build our careers in physics. If you want to know the answers, then join us this November 16, 2020 (Monday) as Prof. Lloyd Lumata, Ph.D. shares to us his journey in the physics realm in “A motivational talk on becoming a real physicist”.

Prof. Lumata is an affiliate faculty in the Systems Neuroscience Program, Dept. of Physics, The University of Texas-Dallas. His area of specialization include hyperpolarized magnetic resonance, instrumentation, physics, optimization methods and biomedical applications (abberant cellular metabolism in cancer).

This event is spearheaded by Prof. Rosario L. Reserva and her students under the Physics Graduate Seminar course.

Do take note of the details you should not miss!

“A motivational talk on becoming a real physicist”

November 16, 2020 (Monday)

08:00 am Ph Standard Time

https://zoom.us/j/5712208419

Meeting ID: 571 220 8419


"Litalk" with dr. jose presiphil b. ontolan, jr.

Good Day, everyone!

This October 28, 2020 we are inviting you (exclusive invitation) to another session of our online LiTalk on "Enhancing Charge Dynamics Through Hybridization" with our distinguished speaker, Dr. Jose Presiphil B. Ontolan, Jr. from the Department of Physics, College of Science and Mathematics, Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology, Iligan City, Philippines.

( Open 1:45 PM - 2:00 PM, on October 28, 2020)

For inquiries, please contact: key.simfroso@g.msuiit.edu.ph

"Litalk" with Engr. Ermie M. Bacarra

Mark your Calendars!

This September 23, 2020, we are inviting you to our online LiTalk on "Career Opportunities and Impact of Graduates to Society" with our distinguished speaker, Engr. Ermie M. Bacarra, Chief of Human Resource and Institutional Development Division(HRIDD) from the Department of Science and Technology – Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (DOST-PCIEERD).

Registration link: https://forms.gle/dgofW3Z66rQPCj9Y6

Zoom meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85045911569...

(Open from 1:45 P.M.- 2:00 P.M., on September 23, 2020).

Meeting ID: 850 4591 1569

Passcode: 415179

FB live link: https://www.facebook.com/physics.msuiit/

For inquiries, please contact: key.simfroso@g.msuiit.edu.ph

"Litalk" A physics Research Colloquim

What's up? Resuming of "LiTalk" series or Physics Research colloquium!

Mark your calendars! This September 9, 2020, we are inviting you to our online "LiTalk on "Optical parametric oscillation in microresonators" with our distinguished resource speaker, Professor Noel Lito Sayson from the Department of Physics, College of Science and Mathematics, Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology Iligan City, Philippines, 9200.

Register now at https://forms.gle/32waeTKjExide3nU6

Google meet link: https://meet.google.com/ndd-ujnb-bhn (open from 1:45 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. on September 9, 2020)

About the speaker: Doctor of Philosophy in Physics, (September 2016 - September 2020) The University of Auckland, New Zealand. Specialization: Nonlinear Fiber Optics and Microresonators. Doctoral Thesis: “Widely - Tunable Optical Parametric Oscillation in χ (3) Microresonators”

Congratulations to

dr. noel lito b. sayson!

The Physics Department welcomes the returning Faculty Development Program grantee, Prof. Noel Lito B. Sayson this semester!

Prof. Sayson has recently finished his PhD in Physics specializing in Nonlinear Fiber Optics at The University of Auckland, New Zealand. He is a recipient of the Dodds-Wall Centre Doctoral Scholarship and Marsden Doctoral Scholarship from New Zealand, and the CHED Partial Support Scholarship from the Philippines.

Congratulations to

dr. ROSARIO L. RESERVA!

The Physics Department welcomes the returning Faculty Development Program grantee, Prof. Rosario L. Reserva this semester!

Prof. Reserva has recently finished her PhD in Physics specializing in Soft Matter and Bio-physics at MSU-IIT. She is a recipient of the CHED K-12 Scholarship and has participated in a PhD Sandwich Program at the Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo

August 11, 2020 - Emerging Translatable biosensing approaches for detection of COVID 19

Mark your calendars!

This August 11, 2020 we are inviting you to join us in the online seminar “Emerging Translatable Biosensing Approaches for Detection of COVID-19” with our distinguished resource speaker, Professor Dipanjan Pan.

An expert in the field of nanomedicine, molecular imaging and drug delivery, Professor Pan’s research pursuits are focused in bringing solutions to today’s healthcare problems. His research is highly collaborative and interdisciplinary centering on the development of novel materials for biomedical applications, immune-nanomedicine and targeted therapies for stem-like cancer cell with phenotypically screened nanomedicine platforms. He holds multiple patents and is one of the founders of biotechnology start-ups Vitruvian Biotech, InnSight Technologies and Kalocyte.

Don’t miss this chance to listen and interact with the multi-awarded Prof. Dipanjan Pan.

Drop us your queries at rolandojr.candidato@g.msuiit.edu.ph.

August 12-14, 2020 - Hack for physics

iDEYA Partners with Samahang Pisika ng Visayas at Mindanao and Physics Department of MSU IIT to bring you, "Hack for Physics" on August 12-14, 2020 at 2PM - 5PM(Philippine Standard Time)

Hack for Physics is a 3-day online hackathon, which aim to innovate teaching tools that can be used by physics educators in the new normal setting. The event is open to all Physics teachers.

With the theme "The New Normal for Teaching and Learning Physics", participants will spend three(3) days to develop and ideate creative ways and approaches in teaching physics for teachers and educators to adapt to the new normal.

The event is FREE!

Join in this event!

Slots are limited to 50.

This event is brought to you by Samahang Pisika ng Visayas at Mindanao, Physics Department of MSU IIT, College of Science and Mathematics - MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology, MSU-IIT Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension