Testimonials

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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.

The Philippine-American Academy of Science & Engineering (PAASE) organized Dr. Mario Martone’s online lecture Understanding Geometry Through Nature and Nature Through Geometry. The webinar was held on 6 November 2020 at 8AM (Friday, Philippine Time) or 5 November 2020 at 8PM (Thursday, US Eastern Time).

A recording of the webinar is available at this YouTube link.

About the webinar
Since the early days of calculus and classical mechanics, physics and mathematics have been in a symbiotic relationship. The physics of the 20th (and 21st!) century has brought this relation to yet new highs with no end of exciting new results in sight! We will explore these con nections starting from Einstein’s theory of General Relativity. In this context I will review the singularity theorem which granted Roger Pen rose this year’s physics Nobel prize. I will then turn to Supersymmetry and String Theory and the fascinating world of complex geometry which continues to inspire physicists and mathematicians worldwide, transforming our understanding of reality.

About the speaker
Mario Martone is a Theoretical Physicist and Research Assistant Professor with a joint position at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics and the C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. He was born and raised in Italy and obtained his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He has done work in a wide variety of topics ranging from quantum gravity to the physics of particle acceler ators. His current research program focuses on the overlaps between high-energy physics and abstract mathematics.

Mario Martone was an Invited Speaker at the 2019 SPP Physics Conference in Bohol, where he talked about superconformal field theory.


There are many challenges in physics teaching, research, and extension especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. In line with our goal to build a strong tradition and capability in physics, we invite you to the Physics Academic Festival during the 38th SPP Physics Conference.

The objectives of the Festival are:

  1. Promote and advance physics in the country; and,
  2. Open new avenues for students interested in pursuing a career in physics.

During the Festival, various universities will present their physics academic programs and research and, also, share their challenges and strategies in adapting to remote learning.

The Physics Academic Festival is scheduled on Day 1 of the SPP 2020 Physics Conference (20 October 2020 from 1:00PM to 3:50PM). It is open to students, teachers, researchers, and the public.

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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.

The Philippine-American Academy of Science & Engineering (PAASE) organized Dr. Mario Martone’s online lecture Understanding Geometry Through Nature and Nature Through Geometry. The webinar was held on 6 November 2020 at 8AM (Friday, Philippine Time) or 5 November 2020 at 8PM (Thursday, US Eastern Time).

A recording of the webinar is available at this YouTube link.

About the webinar
Since the early days of calculus and classical mechanics, physics and mathematics have been in a symbiotic relationship. The physics of the 20th (and 21st!) century has brought this relation to yet new highs with no end of exciting new results in sight! We will explore these con nections starting from Einstein’s theory of General Relativity. In this context I will review the singularity theorem which granted Roger Pen rose this year’s physics Nobel prize. I will then turn to Supersymmetry and String Theory and the fascinating world of complex geometry which continues to inspire physicists and mathematicians worldwide, transforming our understanding of reality.

About the speaker
Mario Martone is a Theoretical Physicist and Research Assistant Professor with a joint position at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics and the C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. He was born and raised in Italy and obtained his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He has done work in a wide variety of topics ranging from quantum gravity to the physics of particle acceler ators. His current research program focuses on the overlaps between high-energy physics and abstract mathematics.

Mario Martone was an Invited Speaker at the 2019 SPP Physics Conference in Bohol, where he talked about superconformal field theory.


There are many challenges in physics teaching, research, and extension especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. In line with our goal to build a strong tradition and capability in physics, we invite you to the Physics Academic Festival during the 38th SPP Physics Conference.

The objectives of the Festival are:

  1. Promote and advance physics in the country; and,
  2. Open new avenues for students interested in pursuing a career in physics.

During the Festival, various universities will present their physics academic programs and research and, also, share their challenges and strategies in adapting to remote learning.

The Physics Academic Festival is scheduled on Day 1 of the SPP 2020 Physics Conference (20 October 2020 from 1:00PM to 3:50PM). It is open to students, teachers, researchers, and the public.

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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.

The Philippine-American Academy of Science & Engineering (PAASE) organized Dr. Mario Martone’s online lecture Understanding Geometry Through Nature and Nature Through Geometry. The webinar was held on 6 November 2020 at 8AM (Friday, Philippine Time) or 5 November 2020 at 8PM (Thursday, US Eastern Time).

A recording of the webinar is available at this YouTube link.

About the webinar
Since the early days of calculus and classical mechanics, physics and mathematics have been in a symbiotic relationship. The physics of the 20th (and 21st!) century has brought this relation to yet new highs with no end of exciting new results in sight! We will explore these con nections starting from Einstein’s theory of General Relativity. In this context I will review the singularity theorem which granted Roger Pen rose this year’s physics Nobel prize. I will then turn to Supersymmetry and String Theory and the fascinating world of complex geometry which continues to inspire physicists and mathematicians worldwide, transforming our understanding of reality.

About the speaker
Mario Martone is a Theoretical Physicist and Research Assistant Professor with a joint position at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics and the C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. He was born and raised in Italy and obtained his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He has done work in a wide variety of topics ranging from quantum gravity to the physics of particle acceler ators. His current research program focuses on the overlaps between high-energy physics and abstract mathematics.

Mario Martone was an Invited Speaker at the 2019 SPP Physics Conference in Bohol, where he talked about superconformal field theory.


There are many challenges in physics teaching, research, and extension especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. In line with our goal to build a strong tradition and capability in physics, we invite you to the Physics Academic Festival during the 38th SPP Physics Conference.

The objectives of the Festival are:

  1. Promote and advance physics in the country; and,
  2. Open new avenues for students interested in pursuing a career in physics.

During the Festival, various universities will present their physics academic programs and research and, also, share their challenges and strategies in adapting to remote learning.

The Physics Academic Festival is scheduled on Day 1 of the SPP 2020 Physics Conference (20 October 2020 from 1:00PM to 3:50PM). It is open to students, teachers, researchers, and the public.

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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.

The Philippine-American Academy of Science & Engineering (PAASE) organized Dr. Mario Martone’s online lecture Understanding Geometry Through Nature and Nature Through Geometry. The webinar was held on 6 November 2020 at 8AM (Friday, Philippine Time) or 5 November 2020 at 8PM (Thursday, US Eastern Time).

A recording of the webinar is available at this YouTube link.

About the webinar
Since the early days of calculus and classical mechanics, physics and mathematics have been in a symbiotic relationship. The physics of the 20th (and 21st!) century has brought this relation to yet new highs with no end of exciting new results in sight! We will explore these con nections starting from Einstein’s theory of General Relativity. In this context I will review the singularity theorem which granted Roger Pen rose this year’s physics Nobel prize. I will then turn to Supersymmetry and String Theory and the fascinating world of complex geometry which continues to inspire physicists and mathematicians worldwide, transforming our understanding of reality.

About the speaker
Mario Martone is a Theoretical Physicist and Research Assistant Professor with a joint position at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics and the C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. He was born and raised in Italy and obtained his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He has done work in a wide variety of topics ranging from quantum gravity to the physics of particle acceler ators. His current research program focuses on the overlaps between high-energy physics and abstract mathematics.

Mario Martone was an Invited Speaker at the 2019 SPP Physics Conference in Bohol, where he talked about superconformal field theory.


There are many challenges in physics teaching, research, and extension especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. In line with our goal to build a strong tradition and capability in physics, we invite you to the Physics Academic Festival during the 38th SPP Physics Conference.

The objectives of the Festival are:

  1. Promote and advance physics in the country; and,
  2. Open new avenues for students interested in pursuing a career in physics.

During the Festival, various universities will present their physics academic programs and research and, also, share their challenges and strategies in adapting to remote learning.

The Physics Academic Festival is scheduled on Day 1 of the SPP 2020 Physics Conference (20 October 2020 from 1:00PM to 3:50PM). It is open to students, teachers, researchers, and the public.

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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.

The Philippine-American Academy of Science & Engineering (PAASE) organized Dr. Mario Martone’s online lecture Understanding Geometry Through Nature and Nature Through Geometry. The webinar was held on 6 November 2020 at 8AM (Friday, Philippine Time) or 5 November 2020 at 8PM (Thursday, US Eastern Time).

A recording of the webinar is available at this YouTube link.

About the webinar
Since the early days of calculus and classical mechanics, physics and mathematics have been in a symbiotic relationship. The physics of the 20th (and 21st!) century has brought this relation to yet new highs with no end of exciting new results in sight! We will explore these con nections starting from Einstein’s theory of General Relativity. In this context I will review the singularity theorem which granted Roger Pen rose this year’s physics Nobel prize. I will then turn to Supersymmetry and String Theory and the fascinating world of complex geometry which continues to inspire physicists and mathematicians worldwide, transforming our understanding of reality.

About the speaker
Mario Martone is a Theoretical Physicist and Research Assistant Professor with a joint position at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics and the C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. He was born and raised in Italy and obtained his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He has done work in a wide variety of topics ranging from quantum gravity to the physics of particle acceler ators. His current research program focuses on the overlaps between high-energy physics and abstract mathematics.

Mario Martone was an Invited Speaker at the 2019 SPP Physics Conference in Bohol, where he talked about superconformal field theory.


There are many challenges in physics teaching, research, and extension especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. In line with our goal to build a strong tradition and capability in physics, we invite you to the Physics Academic Festival during the 38th SPP Physics Conference.

The objectives of the Festival are:

  1. Promote and advance physics in the country; and,
  2. Open new avenues for students interested in pursuing a career in physics.

During the Festival, various universities will present their physics academic programs and research and, also, share their challenges and strategies in adapting to remote learning.

The Physics Academic Festival is scheduled on Day 1 of the SPP 2020 Physics Conference (20 October 2020 from 1:00PM to 3:50PM). It is open to students, teachers, researchers, and the public.

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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.

The Philippine-American Academy of Science & Engineering (PAASE) organized Dr. Mario Martone’s online lecture Understanding Geometry Through Nature and Nature Through Geometry. The webinar was held on 6 November 2020 at 8AM (Friday, Philippine Time) or 5 November 2020 at 8PM (Thursday, US Eastern Time).

A recording of the webinar is available at this YouTube link.

About the webinar
Since the early days of calculus and classical mechanics, physics and mathematics have been in a symbiotic relationship. The physics of the 20th (and 21st!) century has brought this relation to yet new highs with no end of exciting new results in sight! We will explore these con nections starting from Einstein’s theory of General Relativity. In this context I will review the singularity theorem which granted Roger Pen rose this year’s physics Nobel prize. I will then turn to Supersymmetry and String Theory and the fascinating world of complex geometry which continues to inspire physicists and mathematicians worldwide, transforming our understanding of reality.

About the speaker
Mario Martone is a Theoretical Physicist and Research Assistant Professor with a joint position at the Simons Center for Geometry and Physics and the C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at The State University of New York at Stony Brook. He was born and raised in Italy and obtained his Ph.D. from Cornell University. He has done work in a wide variety of topics ranging from quantum gravity to the physics of particle acceler ators. His current research program focuses on the overlaps between high-energy physics and abstract mathematics.

Mario Martone was an Invited Speaker at the 2019 SPP Physics Conference in Bohol, where he talked about superconformal field theory.


There are many challenges in physics teaching, research, and extension especially during this COVID-19 pandemic. In line with our goal to build a strong tradition and capability in physics, we invite you to the Physics Academic Festival during the 38th SPP Physics Conference.

The objectives of the Festival are:

  1. Promote and advance physics in the country; and,
  2. Open new avenues for students interested in pursuing a career in physics.

During the Festival, various universities will present their physics academic programs and research and, also, share their challenges and strategies in adapting to remote learning.

The Physics Academic Festival is scheduled on Day 1 of the SPP 2020 Physics Conference (20 October 2020 from 1:00PM to 3:50PM). It is open to students, teachers, researchers, and the public.

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