Testimonials

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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.

Job Title: Administrative Staff
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Diliman, Quezon City

Job Description:
The SPP Administrative Staff aids in managing, operating, and maintaining the Samahan. They help the Secretary General in processing official documents, preparing and managing the Physics Congress, and organizing official files in the SPP Office. They also help the Treasurer in managing the bank accounts and preparing the financial report of the Samahan. Other duties may be assigned to the Staff by the National Council as the need arises.

Some of what you’ll do:

  • Update and maintain the financial records of the Samahan
  • Coordinate with the accountant on the Income Tax Return (ITR) filing of the Samahan
  • Help the Secretary General in processing official documents such as endorsements for the Physics Congress
  • Help in the preparation, management, and operation of the Physics Congress
  • Help the Treasurer in preparing the financial report and in managing the bank accounts of the Samahan
  • Create vouchers for payables
  • Attend the meetings of the National Council
  • Manage and organize the SPP Office
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the National Council

Qualifications:

  • Have finished at least the 2nd year of college education
  • Proficient computer skills using MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and web applications
  • Knowledgeable in creating financial reports
  • Have good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Experience in working with NGO projects is preferred

Expected compensation:
Php 15,000-20,000 per month, depending on experience.

Interested and qualified applicants should send an application letter and a copy of their resume to hq@spp-online.org (with Subject: “Job Application 2021”) as soon as possible. Please address all letters to: Eduardo Cuansing, PhD, SPP President.

The 2nd Philippine Nuclear Research and Development Conference (PNRDC2020) will be held from December 8 to 10 to coincide with the DOST Philippine Nuclear Research Institute’s Atomic Energy Week. This online conference aims to circulate the latest advancements on the national and international trends in nuclear R&D, impacts, and policies to the public, as well as to provide a forum for S&T and policy discourse among researchers and the general public.

The last PNRDC, held in 2018, led to the publication of a Special Issue on Nuclear S&T in the Philippine Journal of Science. Once again, the PNRDC2020 Organizing Committee is eyeing to produce another special issue from this year’s accepted submissions.

PNRDC2020 is inviting researchers with novel insights on nuclear S&T, including radiation, X-rays, isotopes, and related applications and policies, to submit an abstract for possible oral or poster presentation at this online conference.

The Abstract Template and Submission Guidelines can be found here: bit.ly/PNRDCAbstract. Please email your submission to: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph with the Subject: [Surname] – PNRDC 2020 Abstract – [Poster/Oral]. The deadline for submissions is on 6 November 2020 at 11:59 PM.

Further inquiries may be sent to the Conference Secretariat: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph.

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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.

Job Title: Administrative Staff
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Diliman, Quezon City

Job Description:
The SPP Administrative Staff aids in managing, operating, and maintaining the Samahan. They help the Secretary General in processing official documents, preparing and managing the Physics Congress, and organizing official files in the SPP Office. They also help the Treasurer in managing the bank accounts and preparing the financial report of the Samahan. Other duties may be assigned to the Staff by the National Council as the need arises.

Some of what you’ll do:

  • Update and maintain the financial records of the Samahan
  • Coordinate with the accountant on the Income Tax Return (ITR) filing of the Samahan
  • Help the Secretary General in processing official documents such as endorsements for the Physics Congress
  • Help in the preparation, management, and operation of the Physics Congress
  • Help the Treasurer in preparing the financial report and in managing the bank accounts of the Samahan
  • Create vouchers for payables
  • Attend the meetings of the National Council
  • Manage and organize the SPP Office
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the National Council

Qualifications:

  • Have finished at least the 2nd year of college education
  • Proficient computer skills using MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and web applications
  • Knowledgeable in creating financial reports
  • Have good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Experience in working with NGO projects is preferred

Expected compensation:
Php 15,000-20,000 per month, depending on experience.

Interested and qualified applicants should send an application letter and a copy of their resume to hq@spp-online.org (with Subject: “Job Application 2021”) as soon as possible. Please address all letters to: Eduardo Cuansing, PhD, SPP President.

The 2nd Philippine Nuclear Research and Development Conference (PNRDC2020) will be held from December 8 to 10 to coincide with the DOST Philippine Nuclear Research Institute’s Atomic Energy Week. This online conference aims to circulate the latest advancements on the national and international trends in nuclear R&D, impacts, and policies to the public, as well as to provide a forum for S&T and policy discourse among researchers and the general public.

The last PNRDC, held in 2018, led to the publication of a Special Issue on Nuclear S&T in the Philippine Journal of Science. Once again, the PNRDC2020 Organizing Committee is eyeing to produce another special issue from this year’s accepted submissions.

PNRDC2020 is inviting researchers with novel insights on nuclear S&T, including radiation, X-rays, isotopes, and related applications and policies, to submit an abstract for possible oral or poster presentation at this online conference.

The Abstract Template and Submission Guidelines can be found here: bit.ly/PNRDCAbstract. Please email your submission to: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph with the Subject: [Surname] – PNRDC 2020 Abstract – [Poster/Oral]. The deadline for submissions is on 6 November 2020 at 11:59 PM.

Further inquiries may be sent to the Conference Secretariat: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph.

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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.

Job Title: Administrative Staff
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Diliman, Quezon City

Job Description:
The SPP Administrative Staff aids in managing, operating, and maintaining the Samahan. They help the Secretary General in processing official documents, preparing and managing the Physics Congress, and organizing official files in the SPP Office. They also help the Treasurer in managing the bank accounts and preparing the financial report of the Samahan. Other duties may be assigned to the Staff by the National Council as the need arises.

Some of what you’ll do:

  • Update and maintain the financial records of the Samahan
  • Coordinate with the accountant on the Income Tax Return (ITR) filing of the Samahan
  • Help the Secretary General in processing official documents such as endorsements for the Physics Congress
  • Help in the preparation, management, and operation of the Physics Congress
  • Help the Treasurer in preparing the financial report and in managing the bank accounts of the Samahan
  • Create vouchers for payables
  • Attend the meetings of the National Council
  • Manage and organize the SPP Office
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the National Council

Qualifications:

  • Have finished at least the 2nd year of college education
  • Proficient computer skills using MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and web applications
  • Knowledgeable in creating financial reports
  • Have good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Experience in working with NGO projects is preferred

Expected compensation:
Php 15,000-20,000 per month, depending on experience.

Interested and qualified applicants should send an application letter and a copy of their resume to hq@spp-online.org (with Subject: “Job Application 2021”) as soon as possible. Please address all letters to: Eduardo Cuansing, PhD, SPP President.

The 2nd Philippine Nuclear Research and Development Conference (PNRDC2020) will be held from December 8 to 10 to coincide with the DOST Philippine Nuclear Research Institute’s Atomic Energy Week. This online conference aims to circulate the latest advancements on the national and international trends in nuclear R&D, impacts, and policies to the public, as well as to provide a forum for S&T and policy discourse among researchers and the general public.

The last PNRDC, held in 2018, led to the publication of a Special Issue on Nuclear S&T in the Philippine Journal of Science. Once again, the PNRDC2020 Organizing Committee is eyeing to produce another special issue from this year’s accepted submissions.

PNRDC2020 is inviting researchers with novel insights on nuclear S&T, including radiation, X-rays, isotopes, and related applications and policies, to submit an abstract for possible oral or poster presentation at this online conference.

The Abstract Template and Submission Guidelines can be found here: bit.ly/PNRDCAbstract. Please email your submission to: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph with the Subject: [Surname] – PNRDC 2020 Abstract – [Poster/Oral]. The deadline for submissions is on 6 November 2020 at 11:59 PM.

Further inquiries may be sent to the Conference Secretariat: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph.

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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.

Job Title: Administrative Staff
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Diliman, Quezon City

Job Description:
The SPP Administrative Staff aids in managing, operating, and maintaining the Samahan. They help the Secretary General in processing official documents, preparing and managing the Physics Congress, and organizing official files in the SPP Office. They also help the Treasurer in managing the bank accounts and preparing the financial report of the Samahan. Other duties may be assigned to the Staff by the National Council as the need arises.

Some of what you’ll do:

  • Update and maintain the financial records of the Samahan
  • Coordinate with the accountant on the Income Tax Return (ITR) filing of the Samahan
  • Help the Secretary General in processing official documents such as endorsements for the Physics Congress
  • Help in the preparation, management, and operation of the Physics Congress
  • Help the Treasurer in preparing the financial report and in managing the bank accounts of the Samahan
  • Create vouchers for payables
  • Attend the meetings of the National Council
  • Manage and organize the SPP Office
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the National Council

Qualifications:

  • Have finished at least the 2nd year of college education
  • Proficient computer skills using MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and web applications
  • Knowledgeable in creating financial reports
  • Have good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Experience in working with NGO projects is preferred

Expected compensation:
Php 15,000-20,000 per month, depending on experience.

Interested and qualified applicants should send an application letter and a copy of their resume to hq@spp-online.org (with Subject: “Job Application 2021”) as soon as possible. Please address all letters to: Eduardo Cuansing, PhD, SPP President.

The 2nd Philippine Nuclear Research and Development Conference (PNRDC2020) will be held from December 8 to 10 to coincide with the DOST Philippine Nuclear Research Institute’s Atomic Energy Week. This online conference aims to circulate the latest advancements on the national and international trends in nuclear R&D, impacts, and policies to the public, as well as to provide a forum for S&T and policy discourse among researchers and the general public.

The last PNRDC, held in 2018, led to the publication of a Special Issue on Nuclear S&T in the Philippine Journal of Science. Once again, the PNRDC2020 Organizing Committee is eyeing to produce another special issue from this year’s accepted submissions.

PNRDC2020 is inviting researchers with novel insights on nuclear S&T, including radiation, X-rays, isotopes, and related applications and policies, to submit an abstract for possible oral or poster presentation at this online conference.

The Abstract Template and Submission Guidelines can be found here: bit.ly/PNRDCAbstract. Please email your submission to: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph with the Subject: [Surname] – PNRDC 2020 Abstract – [Poster/Oral]. The deadline for submissions is on 6 November 2020 at 11:59 PM.

Further inquiries may be sent to the Conference Secretariat: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph.

Style 5

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.

Job Title: Administrative Staff
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Diliman, Quezon City

Job Description:
The SPP Administrative Staff aids in managing, operating, and maintaining the Samahan. They help the Secretary General in processing official documents, preparing and managing the Physics Congress, and organizing official files in the SPP Office. They also help the Treasurer in managing the bank accounts and preparing the financial report of the Samahan. Other duties may be assigned to the Staff by the National Council as the need arises.

Some of what you’ll do:

  • Update and maintain the financial records of the Samahan
  • Coordinate with the accountant on the Income Tax Return (ITR) filing of the Samahan
  • Help the Secretary General in processing official documents such as endorsements for the Physics Congress
  • Help in the preparation, management, and operation of the Physics Congress
  • Help the Treasurer in preparing the financial report and in managing the bank accounts of the Samahan
  • Create vouchers for payables
  • Attend the meetings of the National Council
  • Manage and organize the SPP Office
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the National Council

Qualifications:

  • Have finished at least the 2nd year of college education
  • Proficient computer skills using MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and web applications
  • Knowledgeable in creating financial reports
  • Have good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Experience in working with NGO projects is preferred

Expected compensation:
Php 15,000-20,000 per month, depending on experience.

Interested and qualified applicants should send an application letter and a copy of their resume to hq@spp-online.org (with Subject: “Job Application 2021”) as soon as possible. Please address all letters to: Eduardo Cuansing, PhD, SPP President.

The 2nd Philippine Nuclear Research and Development Conference (PNRDC2020) will be held from December 8 to 10 to coincide with the DOST Philippine Nuclear Research Institute’s Atomic Energy Week. This online conference aims to circulate the latest advancements on the national and international trends in nuclear R&D, impacts, and policies to the public, as well as to provide a forum for S&T and policy discourse among researchers and the general public.

The last PNRDC, held in 2018, led to the publication of a Special Issue on Nuclear S&T in the Philippine Journal of Science. Once again, the PNRDC2020 Organizing Committee is eyeing to produce another special issue from this year’s accepted submissions.

PNRDC2020 is inviting researchers with novel insights on nuclear S&T, including radiation, X-rays, isotopes, and related applications and policies, to submit an abstract for possible oral or poster presentation at this online conference.

The Abstract Template and Submission Guidelines can be found here: bit.ly/PNRDCAbstract. Please email your submission to: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph with the Subject: [Surname] – PNRDC 2020 Abstract – [Poster/Oral]. The deadline for submissions is on 6 November 2020 at 11:59 PM.

Further inquiries may be sent to the Conference Secretariat: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph.

Style 6

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.

Job Title: Administrative Staff
Job Type: Full Time
Location: Diliman, Quezon City

Job Description:
The SPP Administrative Staff aids in managing, operating, and maintaining the Samahan. They help the Secretary General in processing official documents, preparing and managing the Physics Congress, and organizing official files in the SPP Office. They also help the Treasurer in managing the bank accounts and preparing the financial report of the Samahan. Other duties may be assigned to the Staff by the National Council as the need arises.

Some of what you’ll do:

  • Update and maintain the financial records of the Samahan
  • Coordinate with the accountant on the Income Tax Return (ITR) filing of the Samahan
  • Help the Secretary General in processing official documents such as endorsements for the Physics Congress
  • Help in the preparation, management, and operation of the Physics Congress
  • Help the Treasurer in preparing the financial report and in managing the bank accounts of the Samahan
  • Create vouchers for payables
  • Attend the meetings of the National Council
  • Manage and organize the SPP Office
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the National Council

Qualifications:

  • Have finished at least the 2nd year of college education
  • Proficient computer skills using MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and web applications
  • Knowledgeable in creating financial reports
  • Have good communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Experience in working with NGO projects is preferred

Expected compensation:
Php 15,000-20,000 per month, depending on experience.

Interested and qualified applicants should send an application letter and a copy of their resume to hq@spp-online.org (with Subject: “Job Application 2021”) as soon as possible. Please address all letters to: Eduardo Cuansing, PhD, SPP President.

The 2nd Philippine Nuclear Research and Development Conference (PNRDC2020) will be held from December 8 to 10 to coincide with the DOST Philippine Nuclear Research Institute’s Atomic Energy Week. This online conference aims to circulate the latest advancements on the national and international trends in nuclear R&D, impacts, and policies to the public, as well as to provide a forum for S&T and policy discourse among researchers and the general public.

The last PNRDC, held in 2018, led to the publication of a Special Issue on Nuclear S&T in the Philippine Journal of Science. Once again, the PNRDC2020 Organizing Committee is eyeing to produce another special issue from this year’s accepted submissions.

PNRDC2020 is inviting researchers with novel insights on nuclear S&T, including radiation, X-rays, isotopes, and related applications and policies, to submit an abstract for possible oral or poster presentation at this online conference.

The Abstract Template and Submission Guidelines can be found here: bit.ly/PNRDCAbstract. Please email your submission to: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph with the Subject: [Surname] – PNRDC 2020 Abstract – [Poster/Oral]. The deadline for submissions is on 6 November 2020 at 11:59 PM.

Further inquiries may be sent to the Conference Secretariat: pnrdc-secretariat@pnri.dost.gov.ph.

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