Testimonials

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The Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas, in collaboration with the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics, University of the Philippines Los Baños, will conduct an online Physics Education Workshop on Tracker Video Analysis for Classical Mechanics Experiment on 25 September 2021 at 10:00-11:30 AM (GMT+8) using the Zoom platform.

The resource person is Mr. Arvin Lester Jusi, an Assistant Professor of UP Los Baños. Registration for the online workshop is free.

The Awards and Nominations Committee now opens the nominations for SPP National Council Officers (all terms begin 01 January 2022).

  • Second Vice President (one-year term, with automatic progression to First VP and then to President).
  • Secretary-General (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).
  • Treasurer (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).

Schedule
Period for this Call: until 22 October 2021
Announcement of Nominees: 22 October 2021
Election day: 23 October 2021

The specific duties for these positions can be found at the spp-online.org/officer-duties. Only bona fide members can nominate other members of the Samahan for these positions.

You may nominate by clicking on the following link:


The SPP Awards and Nominations Committee will approve the list of final candidates by 22 October 2021. The nominees will be informed to ensure willingness to serve in the office. Validated candidates may be requested by the Committee to provide a statement of their vision for the whole Samahan. The National Council will appoint election canvassers on or before the election in the upcoming Congress.

You may nominate multiple times. The membership status of both nominee and nominator will be verified and an email will be sent to the nominating person confirming the nomination and/or acceptance of the nominee. You may nominate yourself.

For related concerns please email nominations@spp-online.org

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

Mabuhay ang Samahan!

2021 Nomination Form

The second call submission deadline for the 2021 SPP Physics Conference is on 09 August 2021. Please submit your manuscripts (full articles or extended abstracts) through the Proceedings of the SPP website at proceedings.spp-online.org.

The theme for this year’s SPP Physics Conference is Accelerating National Progress via Physics: From Quantum to Stellar and Beyond. Bookmark the Conference webpage at spp-online.org/spp2021 for updates.

We are also pleased to announce that our Conference Keynote Speaker this year is Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz (2016 Nobel Prize for Physics). He will be sharing his experiences as a physicist and mountaineer and talk about the physics of his award-winning work on topological phase transitions.

In celebration of International Medical Physics Week (IWMP), the Society of Medical Physicists in the Republic of the Philippines (SMPRP) will hold its annual Philippine Conference on Medical Physics (PCMP) online on 26–30 of April 2021.

The conference aims to gather nationwide participation of medical physicists across different subspecialties. This will serve as a venue for participants to share their innovations through research, technology, and showcase good clinical practice. The event also serves as a fitting opportunity to discuss the updates of national regulatory bodies concerning the medical use of radiation.

More information on this conference can be found on the SMPRP website at www.smprp.org.

In line with the University of San Carlos (USC) School of Arts and Sciences’ SAS Week 2021, the Carolinian Physics Society (PhySoc) and USC Astronomy Society will celebrate Physics Days 2021 with the theme Our Grand Unified Theory: How Physics Connects Us All in These Trying Times on 12-16 April 2021.

This event is a series of activities and contests that aim to promote passion and appreciation for Physics and to emphasize its importance in national development.

For more information on Physics Days 2021, please visit the USC Physics and Astronomy Society Facebook page.

  • Universal Mindbreaker 
    Physics Quiz Bowl 2021
  • 𝗤uantum Leap: Physics in a Nutshell
    Physics Communication Video Contest
  • Chromavision
    Physics Photography Competition
  • The Universe in our Pocket
    Virtual Physics Demo Competition
  • Newton’s Trial
    Physics Tiktok Challenge 2021
  • Light-speed Trivia II
    Daily Trivia Competition
  • Celestial Minds Season 2
    Webinar Series

The scientific journeys of physicists Erika Legara and Reina Reyes are chronicled in the upcoming book Fearless Filipinas: 12 Women Who Dared to be Different published by Bookshelf PH.

Erika Legara is an Associate Professor at the Asian Institute of Management where she holds an Aboitiz Chair in Data Science and is the Academic Director of its MS in Data Science program. She obtained her PhD in Physics from the University of the Philippines Diliman and was recognized with the College of Science’s Excellence in Dissertation and Most Outstanding Graduate Student awards.

Reina Reyes is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Physics. She is an advocate for STEM education and hosts several science education programs. She obtained her PhD degree in Astrophysics from Princeton University and her dissertation work confirmed that the predictions of Einstein’s general relativity hold on the very large length scales of galactic clusters.

Fearless Filipinas was written by Monica Padillo, Pancho Dizon, and Mica Magsanoc; edited by Kyle Nate; and illustrated by Chloe Gaw. Fearless Filipinas is slated for release at the end of March 2021 and is available for pre-order on the Bookshelf PH website linked here.

Style 2

The Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas, in collaboration with the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics, University of the Philippines Los Baños, will conduct an online Physics Education Workshop on Tracker Video Analysis for Classical Mechanics Experiment on 25 September 2021 at 10:00-11:30 AM (GMT+8) using the Zoom platform.

The resource person is Mr. Arvin Lester Jusi, an Assistant Professor of UP Los Baños. Registration for the online workshop is free.

The Awards and Nominations Committee now opens the nominations for SPP National Council Officers (all terms begin 01 January 2022).

  • Second Vice President (one-year term, with automatic progression to First VP and then to President).
  • Secretary-General (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).
  • Treasurer (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).

Schedule
Period for this Call: until 22 October 2021
Announcement of Nominees: 22 October 2021
Election day: 23 October 2021

The specific duties for these positions can be found at the spp-online.org/officer-duties. Only bona fide members can nominate other members of the Samahan for these positions.

You may nominate by clicking on the following link:


The SPP Awards and Nominations Committee will approve the list of final candidates by 22 October 2021. The nominees will be informed to ensure willingness to serve in the office. Validated candidates may be requested by the Committee to provide a statement of their vision for the whole Samahan. The National Council will appoint election canvassers on or before the election in the upcoming Congress.

You may nominate multiple times. The membership status of both nominee and nominator will be verified and an email will be sent to the nominating person confirming the nomination and/or acceptance of the nominee. You may nominate yourself.

For related concerns please email nominations@spp-online.org

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

Mabuhay ang Samahan!

2021 Nomination Form

The second call submission deadline for the 2021 SPP Physics Conference is on 09 August 2021. Please submit your manuscripts (full articles or extended abstracts) through the Proceedings of the SPP website at proceedings.spp-online.org.

The theme for this year’s SPP Physics Conference is Accelerating National Progress via Physics: From Quantum to Stellar and Beyond. Bookmark the Conference webpage at spp-online.org/spp2021 for updates.

We are also pleased to announce that our Conference Keynote Speaker this year is Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz (2016 Nobel Prize for Physics). He will be sharing his experiences as a physicist and mountaineer and talk about the physics of his award-winning work on topological phase transitions.

In celebration of International Medical Physics Week (IWMP), the Society of Medical Physicists in the Republic of the Philippines (SMPRP) will hold its annual Philippine Conference on Medical Physics (PCMP) online on 26–30 of April 2021.

The conference aims to gather nationwide participation of medical physicists across different subspecialties. This will serve as a venue for participants to share their innovations through research, technology, and showcase good clinical practice. The event also serves as a fitting opportunity to discuss the updates of national regulatory bodies concerning the medical use of radiation.

More information on this conference can be found on the SMPRP website at www.smprp.org.

In line with the University of San Carlos (USC) School of Arts and Sciences’ SAS Week 2021, the Carolinian Physics Society (PhySoc) and USC Astronomy Society will celebrate Physics Days 2021 with the theme Our Grand Unified Theory: How Physics Connects Us All in These Trying Times on 12-16 April 2021.

This event is a series of activities and contests that aim to promote passion and appreciation for Physics and to emphasize its importance in national development.

For more information on Physics Days 2021, please visit the USC Physics and Astronomy Society Facebook page.

  • Universal Mindbreaker 
    Physics Quiz Bowl 2021
  • 𝗤uantum Leap: Physics in a Nutshell
    Physics Communication Video Contest
  • Chromavision
    Physics Photography Competition
  • The Universe in our Pocket
    Virtual Physics Demo Competition
  • Newton’s Trial
    Physics Tiktok Challenge 2021
  • Light-speed Trivia II
    Daily Trivia Competition
  • Celestial Minds Season 2
    Webinar Series

The scientific journeys of physicists Erika Legara and Reina Reyes are chronicled in the upcoming book Fearless Filipinas: 12 Women Who Dared to be Different published by Bookshelf PH.

Erika Legara is an Associate Professor at the Asian Institute of Management where she holds an Aboitiz Chair in Data Science and is the Academic Director of its MS in Data Science program. She obtained her PhD in Physics from the University of the Philippines Diliman and was recognized with the College of Science’s Excellence in Dissertation and Most Outstanding Graduate Student awards.

Reina Reyes is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Physics. She is an advocate for STEM education and hosts several science education programs. She obtained her PhD degree in Astrophysics from Princeton University and her dissertation work confirmed that the predictions of Einstein’s general relativity hold on the very large length scales of galactic clusters.

Fearless Filipinas was written by Monica Padillo, Pancho Dizon, and Mica Magsanoc; edited by Kyle Nate; and illustrated by Chloe Gaw. Fearless Filipinas is slated for release at the end of March 2021 and is available for pre-order on the Bookshelf PH website linked here.

Style 3

The Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas, in collaboration with the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics, University of the Philippines Los Baños, will conduct an online Physics Education Workshop on Tracker Video Analysis for Classical Mechanics Experiment on 25 September 2021 at 10:00-11:30 AM (GMT+8) using the Zoom platform.

The resource person is Mr. Arvin Lester Jusi, an Assistant Professor of UP Los Baños. Registration for the online workshop is free.

The Awards and Nominations Committee now opens the nominations for SPP National Council Officers (all terms begin 01 January 2022).

  • Second Vice President (one-year term, with automatic progression to First VP and then to President).
  • Secretary-General (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).
  • Treasurer (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).

Schedule
Period for this Call: until 22 October 2021
Announcement of Nominees: 22 October 2021
Election day: 23 October 2021

The specific duties for these positions can be found at the spp-online.org/officer-duties. Only bona fide members can nominate other members of the Samahan for these positions.

You may nominate by clicking on the following link:


The SPP Awards and Nominations Committee will approve the list of final candidates by 22 October 2021. The nominees will be informed to ensure willingness to serve in the office. Validated candidates may be requested by the Committee to provide a statement of their vision for the whole Samahan. The National Council will appoint election canvassers on or before the election in the upcoming Congress.

You may nominate multiple times. The membership status of both nominee and nominator will be verified and an email will be sent to the nominating person confirming the nomination and/or acceptance of the nominee. You may nominate yourself.

For related concerns please email nominations@spp-online.org

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

Mabuhay ang Samahan!

2021 Nomination Form

The second call submission deadline for the 2021 SPP Physics Conference is on 09 August 2021. Please submit your manuscripts (full articles or extended abstracts) through the Proceedings of the SPP website at proceedings.spp-online.org.

The theme for this year’s SPP Physics Conference is Accelerating National Progress via Physics: From Quantum to Stellar and Beyond. Bookmark the Conference webpage at spp-online.org/spp2021 for updates.

We are also pleased to announce that our Conference Keynote Speaker this year is Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz (2016 Nobel Prize for Physics). He will be sharing his experiences as a physicist and mountaineer and talk about the physics of his award-winning work on topological phase transitions.

In celebration of International Medical Physics Week (IWMP), the Society of Medical Physicists in the Republic of the Philippines (SMPRP) will hold its annual Philippine Conference on Medical Physics (PCMP) online on 26–30 of April 2021.

The conference aims to gather nationwide participation of medical physicists across different subspecialties. This will serve as a venue for participants to share their innovations through research, technology, and showcase good clinical practice. The event also serves as a fitting opportunity to discuss the updates of national regulatory bodies concerning the medical use of radiation.

More information on this conference can be found on the SMPRP website at www.smprp.org.

In line with the University of San Carlos (USC) School of Arts and Sciences’ SAS Week 2021, the Carolinian Physics Society (PhySoc) and USC Astronomy Society will celebrate Physics Days 2021 with the theme Our Grand Unified Theory: How Physics Connects Us All in These Trying Times on 12-16 April 2021.

This event is a series of activities and contests that aim to promote passion and appreciation for Physics and to emphasize its importance in national development.

For more information on Physics Days 2021, please visit the USC Physics and Astronomy Society Facebook page.

  • Universal Mindbreaker 
    Physics Quiz Bowl 2021
  • 𝗤uantum Leap: Physics in a Nutshell
    Physics Communication Video Contest
  • Chromavision
    Physics Photography Competition
  • The Universe in our Pocket
    Virtual Physics Demo Competition
  • Newton’s Trial
    Physics Tiktok Challenge 2021
  • Light-speed Trivia II
    Daily Trivia Competition
  • Celestial Minds Season 2
    Webinar Series

The scientific journeys of physicists Erika Legara and Reina Reyes are chronicled in the upcoming book Fearless Filipinas: 12 Women Who Dared to be Different published by Bookshelf PH.

Erika Legara is an Associate Professor at the Asian Institute of Management where she holds an Aboitiz Chair in Data Science and is the Academic Director of its MS in Data Science program. She obtained her PhD in Physics from the University of the Philippines Diliman and was recognized with the College of Science’s Excellence in Dissertation and Most Outstanding Graduate Student awards.

Reina Reyes is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Physics. She is an advocate for STEM education and hosts several science education programs. She obtained her PhD degree in Astrophysics from Princeton University and her dissertation work confirmed that the predictions of Einstein’s general relativity hold on the very large length scales of galactic clusters.

Fearless Filipinas was written by Monica Padillo, Pancho Dizon, and Mica Magsanoc; edited by Kyle Nate; and illustrated by Chloe Gaw. Fearless Filipinas is slated for release at the end of March 2021 and is available for pre-order on the Bookshelf PH website linked here.

Style 4

The Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas, in collaboration with the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics, University of the Philippines Los Baños, will conduct an online Physics Education Workshop on Tracker Video Analysis for Classical Mechanics Experiment on 25 September 2021 at 10:00-11:30 AM (GMT+8) using the Zoom platform.

The resource person is Mr. Arvin Lester Jusi, an Assistant Professor of UP Los Baños. Registration for the online workshop is free.

The Awards and Nominations Committee now opens the nominations for SPP National Council Officers (all terms begin 01 January 2022).

  • Second Vice President (one-year term, with automatic progression to First VP and then to President).
  • Secretary-General (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).
  • Treasurer (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).

Schedule
Period for this Call: until 22 October 2021
Announcement of Nominees: 22 October 2021
Election day: 23 October 2021

The specific duties for these positions can be found at the spp-online.org/officer-duties. Only bona fide members can nominate other members of the Samahan for these positions.

You may nominate by clicking on the following link:


The SPP Awards and Nominations Committee will approve the list of final candidates by 22 October 2021. The nominees will be informed to ensure willingness to serve in the office. Validated candidates may be requested by the Committee to provide a statement of their vision for the whole Samahan. The National Council will appoint election canvassers on or before the election in the upcoming Congress.

You may nominate multiple times. The membership status of both nominee and nominator will be verified and an email will be sent to the nominating person confirming the nomination and/or acceptance of the nominee. You may nominate yourself.

For related concerns please email nominations@spp-online.org

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

Mabuhay ang Samahan!

2021 Nomination Form

The second call submission deadline for the 2021 SPP Physics Conference is on 09 August 2021. Please submit your manuscripts (full articles or extended abstracts) through the Proceedings of the SPP website at proceedings.spp-online.org.

The theme for this year’s SPP Physics Conference is Accelerating National Progress via Physics: From Quantum to Stellar and Beyond. Bookmark the Conference webpage at spp-online.org/spp2021 for updates.

We are also pleased to announce that our Conference Keynote Speaker this year is Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz (2016 Nobel Prize for Physics). He will be sharing his experiences as a physicist and mountaineer and talk about the physics of his award-winning work on topological phase transitions.

In celebration of International Medical Physics Week (IWMP), the Society of Medical Physicists in the Republic of the Philippines (SMPRP) will hold its annual Philippine Conference on Medical Physics (PCMP) online on 26–30 of April 2021.

The conference aims to gather nationwide participation of medical physicists across different subspecialties. This will serve as a venue for participants to share their innovations through research, technology, and showcase good clinical practice. The event also serves as a fitting opportunity to discuss the updates of national regulatory bodies concerning the medical use of radiation.

More information on this conference can be found on the SMPRP website at www.smprp.org.

In line with the University of San Carlos (USC) School of Arts and Sciences’ SAS Week 2021, the Carolinian Physics Society (PhySoc) and USC Astronomy Society will celebrate Physics Days 2021 with the theme Our Grand Unified Theory: How Physics Connects Us All in These Trying Times on 12-16 April 2021.

This event is a series of activities and contests that aim to promote passion and appreciation for Physics and to emphasize its importance in national development.

For more information on Physics Days 2021, please visit the USC Physics and Astronomy Society Facebook page.

  • Universal Mindbreaker 
    Physics Quiz Bowl 2021
  • 𝗤uantum Leap: Physics in a Nutshell
    Physics Communication Video Contest
  • Chromavision
    Physics Photography Competition
  • The Universe in our Pocket
    Virtual Physics Demo Competition
  • Newton’s Trial
    Physics Tiktok Challenge 2021
  • Light-speed Trivia II
    Daily Trivia Competition
  • Celestial Minds Season 2
    Webinar Series

The scientific journeys of physicists Erika Legara and Reina Reyes are chronicled in the upcoming book Fearless Filipinas: 12 Women Who Dared to be Different published by Bookshelf PH.

Erika Legara is an Associate Professor at the Asian Institute of Management where she holds an Aboitiz Chair in Data Science and is the Academic Director of its MS in Data Science program. She obtained her PhD in Physics from the University of the Philippines Diliman and was recognized with the College of Science’s Excellence in Dissertation and Most Outstanding Graduate Student awards.

Reina Reyes is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Physics. She is an advocate for STEM education and hosts several science education programs. She obtained her PhD degree in Astrophysics from Princeton University and her dissertation work confirmed that the predictions of Einstein’s general relativity hold on the very large length scales of galactic clusters.

Fearless Filipinas was written by Monica Padillo, Pancho Dizon, and Mica Magsanoc; edited by Kyle Nate; and illustrated by Chloe Gaw. Fearless Filipinas is slated for release at the end of March 2021 and is available for pre-order on the Bookshelf PH website linked here.

Style 5

The Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas, in collaboration with the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics, University of the Philippines Los Baños, will conduct an online Physics Education Workshop on Tracker Video Analysis for Classical Mechanics Experiment on 25 September 2021 at 10:00-11:30 AM (GMT+8) using the Zoom platform.

The resource person is Mr. Arvin Lester Jusi, an Assistant Professor of UP Los Baños. Registration for the online workshop is free.

The Awards and Nominations Committee now opens the nominations for SPP National Council Officers (all terms begin 01 January 2022).

  • Second Vice President (one-year term, with automatic progression to First VP and then to President).
  • Secretary-General (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).
  • Treasurer (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).

Schedule
Period for this Call: until 22 October 2021
Announcement of Nominees: 22 October 2021
Election day: 23 October 2021

The specific duties for these positions can be found at the spp-online.org/officer-duties. Only bona fide members can nominate other members of the Samahan for these positions.

You may nominate by clicking on the following link:


The SPP Awards and Nominations Committee will approve the list of final candidates by 22 October 2021. The nominees will be informed to ensure willingness to serve in the office. Validated candidates may be requested by the Committee to provide a statement of their vision for the whole Samahan. The National Council will appoint election canvassers on or before the election in the upcoming Congress.

You may nominate multiple times. The membership status of both nominee and nominator will be verified and an email will be sent to the nominating person confirming the nomination and/or acceptance of the nominee. You may nominate yourself.

For related concerns please email nominations@spp-online.org

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

Mabuhay ang Samahan!

2021 Nomination Form

The second call submission deadline for the 2021 SPP Physics Conference is on 09 August 2021. Please submit your manuscripts (full articles or extended abstracts) through the Proceedings of the SPP website at proceedings.spp-online.org.

The theme for this year’s SPP Physics Conference is Accelerating National Progress via Physics: From Quantum to Stellar and Beyond. Bookmark the Conference webpage at spp-online.org/spp2021 for updates.

We are also pleased to announce that our Conference Keynote Speaker this year is Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz (2016 Nobel Prize for Physics). He will be sharing his experiences as a physicist and mountaineer and talk about the physics of his award-winning work on topological phase transitions.

In celebration of International Medical Physics Week (IWMP), the Society of Medical Physicists in the Republic of the Philippines (SMPRP) will hold its annual Philippine Conference on Medical Physics (PCMP) online on 26–30 of April 2021.

The conference aims to gather nationwide participation of medical physicists across different subspecialties. This will serve as a venue for participants to share their innovations through research, technology, and showcase good clinical practice. The event also serves as a fitting opportunity to discuss the updates of national regulatory bodies concerning the medical use of radiation.

More information on this conference can be found on the SMPRP website at www.smprp.org.

In line with the University of San Carlos (USC) School of Arts and Sciences’ SAS Week 2021, the Carolinian Physics Society (PhySoc) and USC Astronomy Society will celebrate Physics Days 2021 with the theme Our Grand Unified Theory: How Physics Connects Us All in These Trying Times on 12-16 April 2021.

This event is a series of activities and contests that aim to promote passion and appreciation for Physics and to emphasize its importance in national development.

For more information on Physics Days 2021, please visit the USC Physics and Astronomy Society Facebook page.

  • Universal Mindbreaker 
    Physics Quiz Bowl 2021
  • 𝗤uantum Leap: Physics in a Nutshell
    Physics Communication Video Contest
  • Chromavision
    Physics Photography Competition
  • The Universe in our Pocket
    Virtual Physics Demo Competition
  • Newton’s Trial
    Physics Tiktok Challenge 2021
  • Light-speed Trivia II
    Daily Trivia Competition
  • Celestial Minds Season 2
    Webinar Series

The scientific journeys of physicists Erika Legara and Reina Reyes are chronicled in the upcoming book Fearless Filipinas: 12 Women Who Dared to be Different published by Bookshelf PH.

Erika Legara is an Associate Professor at the Asian Institute of Management where she holds an Aboitiz Chair in Data Science and is the Academic Director of its MS in Data Science program. She obtained her PhD in Physics from the University of the Philippines Diliman and was recognized with the College of Science’s Excellence in Dissertation and Most Outstanding Graduate Student awards.

Reina Reyes is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Physics. She is an advocate for STEM education and hosts several science education programs. She obtained her PhD degree in Astrophysics from Princeton University and her dissertation work confirmed that the predictions of Einstein’s general relativity hold on the very large length scales of galactic clusters.

Fearless Filipinas was written by Monica Padillo, Pancho Dizon, and Mica Magsanoc; edited by Kyle Nate; and illustrated by Chloe Gaw. Fearless Filipinas is slated for release at the end of March 2021 and is available for pre-order on the Bookshelf PH website linked here.

Style 6

The Samahang Pisika ng Pilipinas, in collaboration with the Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Physics, University of the Philippines Los Baños, will conduct an online Physics Education Workshop on Tracker Video Analysis for Classical Mechanics Experiment on 25 September 2021 at 10:00-11:30 AM (GMT+8) using the Zoom platform.

The resource person is Mr. Arvin Lester Jusi, an Assistant Professor of UP Los Baños. Registration for the online workshop is free.

The Awards and Nominations Committee now opens the nominations for SPP National Council Officers (all terms begin 01 January 2022).

  • Second Vice President (one-year term, with automatic progression to First VP and then to President).
  • Secretary-General (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).
  • Treasurer (two-year term, can not hold office for consecutive terms).

Schedule
Period for this Call: until 22 October 2021
Announcement of Nominees: 22 October 2021
Election day: 23 October 2021

The specific duties for these positions can be found at the spp-online.org/officer-duties. Only bona fide members can nominate other members of the Samahan for these positions.

You may nominate by clicking on the following link:


The SPP Awards and Nominations Committee will approve the list of final candidates by 22 October 2021. The nominees will be informed to ensure willingness to serve in the office. Validated candidates may be requested by the Committee to provide a statement of their vision for the whole Samahan. The National Council will appoint election canvassers on or before the election in the upcoming Congress.

You may nominate multiple times. The membership status of both nominee and nominator will be verified and an email will be sent to the nominating person confirming the nomination and/or acceptance of the nominee. You may nominate yourself.

For related concerns please email nominations@spp-online.org

Thank you for your kind attention and cooperation.

Mabuhay ang Samahan!

2021 Nomination Form

The second call submission deadline for the 2021 SPP Physics Conference is on 09 August 2021. Please submit your manuscripts (full articles or extended abstracts) through the Proceedings of the SPP website at proceedings.spp-online.org.

The theme for this year’s SPP Physics Conference is Accelerating National Progress via Physics: From Quantum to Stellar and Beyond. Bookmark the Conference webpage at spp-online.org/spp2021 for updates.

We are also pleased to announce that our Conference Keynote Speaker this year is Professor J. Michael Kosterlitz (2016 Nobel Prize for Physics). He will be sharing his experiences as a physicist and mountaineer and talk about the physics of his award-winning work on topological phase transitions.

In celebration of International Medical Physics Week (IWMP), the Society of Medical Physicists in the Republic of the Philippines (SMPRP) will hold its annual Philippine Conference on Medical Physics (PCMP) online on 26–30 of April 2021.

The conference aims to gather nationwide participation of medical physicists across different subspecialties. This will serve as a venue for participants to share their innovations through research, technology, and showcase good clinical practice. The event also serves as a fitting opportunity to discuss the updates of national regulatory bodies concerning the medical use of radiation.

More information on this conference can be found on the SMPRP website at www.smprp.org.

In line with the University of San Carlos (USC) School of Arts and Sciences’ SAS Week 2021, the Carolinian Physics Society (PhySoc) and USC Astronomy Society will celebrate Physics Days 2021 with the theme Our Grand Unified Theory: How Physics Connects Us All in These Trying Times on 12-16 April 2021.

This event is a series of activities and contests that aim to promote passion and appreciation for Physics and to emphasize its importance in national development.

For more information on Physics Days 2021, please visit the USC Physics and Astronomy Society Facebook page.

  • Universal Mindbreaker 
    Physics Quiz Bowl 2021
  • 𝗤uantum Leap: Physics in a Nutshell
    Physics Communication Video Contest
  • Chromavision
    Physics Photography Competition
  • The Universe in our Pocket
    Virtual Physics Demo Competition
  • Newton’s Trial
    Physics Tiktok Challenge 2021
  • Light-speed Trivia II
    Daily Trivia Competition
  • Celestial Minds Season 2
    Webinar Series

The scientific journeys of physicists Erika Legara and Reina Reyes are chronicled in the upcoming book Fearless Filipinas: 12 Women Who Dared to be Different published by Bookshelf PH.

Erika Legara is an Associate Professor at the Asian Institute of Management where she holds an Aboitiz Chair in Data Science and is the Academic Director of its MS in Data Science program. She obtained her PhD in Physics from the University of the Philippines Diliman and was recognized with the College of Science’s Excellence in Dissertation and Most Outstanding Graduate Student awards.

Reina Reyes is an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Physics. She is an advocate for STEM education and hosts several science education programs. She obtained her PhD degree in Astrophysics from Princeton University and her dissertation work confirmed that the predictions of Einstein’s general relativity hold on the very large length scales of galactic clusters.

Fearless Filipinas was written by Monica Padillo, Pancho Dizon, and Mica Magsanoc; edited by Kyle Nate; and illustrated by Chloe Gaw. Fearless Filipinas is slated for release at the end of March 2021 and is available for pre-order on the Bookshelf PH website linked here.

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