The National Capital Region was represented by the teams from Mapua and from FEU Institute of Technology in the programming event. The members of the Mapua team were Jim Ilejay, Gabriel Abel, and Rowick Legaspi. They competed against 12 different schools representing the champion teams from the different regions of the country. The team from FEU Institute of Technology took home gold medal and the championship trophy while the team from Notre Dame College of Tacurong got the second runner up trophy and bronze medal. The Mapua team brought home the first runner up trophy and silver medal.
Groups of Computer Engineering students from Mapúa Institute of Technology emerged victorious in the recently held National Capital Region CpE Challenge 2016 in Adamson University last September 3, 2016 – winning silver in every competition of the said event. The CPE Challenge 2016 was composed of three main competitions namely: Bread boarding, Programming, and Quiz Bowl.
The bread boarding competition is an event where contestants show off their skills to design logic circuits that will match to solve the given problems. The programming competition is an event where the contestants display their ingenuity, analytical ability and programming prowess. And the main event of the CPE Challenge 2016, the Quiz Bowl, is where the contestants showcase their knowledge and familiarity in core courses of the Computer Engineering program.
The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) announces that 808 out of 1,957 or 41.29% Registered Electrical Engineers and 1,633 out of 2,914 (56.04%) Registered Master Electricians successfully passed the Electrical Engineer Licensure Examinations given by the Board of Electrical Engineering this April 2016.
Mapúa has continuously produced topnotchers in various licensure examinations through the years. In April 2016 alone, Mapúa had four sterling topnotchers in Registered Electrical Engineering Licensure Examination.
Analog Devices Test Development Laboratory was inaugurated last February 17, 2016 through the School of Electronics, Electrical and Computer Engineering. The Laboratory was located in N205B, Mapua Institute of Technology, Intramuros Campus.
Congratulations to Team Carding of Mapua Institute of Technology for winning the Grand Prize in the 2015 Sikat Design Challenge, the country’s first inter-university competition focused purely on Renewable Energy solutions targeted at the rural sector. Team Carding comprises of Electronics Engineering student Jeremy C. De Leon as team leader, Electronics Engineering student Norman David M. Quiniquini, Electrical Engineering student Gabrielle B. Leyson, Manufacturing Engineering student Alsus Don R. Adiaton, with Engr. Febus Reidj G. Cruz of School of EECE as faculty adviser, and Mapua alumnus Engr. Dominic Doctor of First Philec Corporation as mentor.
CHED recognizes Mapúa programs as Centers of Excellence and Center of Development
The Commission on Higher Education, through CHED Memorandum Order No. 38 Series of 2015, has recognized Mapúa Institute of Technology’s Chemical and Computer Engineering programs as Centers of Excellence and its Information Technology program as a Center of Development, proving once again that it is one of the premier technological schools in the country.
A group of Mapua Computer Engineering students was adjudged First Runner-up in the recently concluded 2015 ICpEP National CpE Challenge Inter-Scholastic Quiz Bowl held on February 18, 2015 at the Jose Rizal University. The group was composed of Chad Ferrino P. Abuda, Emil Patrick M. De Vera and Benner E. Redosendo.
Congratulations to ENGR. VINCENT JOHN DEYRO for landing Top 7 in the April 2015 Licensure Exam for Electronics Engineers!
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Kudos to all the passers of the April 2015 Electronics Engineer Licensure Examination
Congratulations to Engr. Miguel Paulo Azucena and Engr. Justin Rafael Salas for landing Top 5 and 6 in the April 2015 Licensure Exam for Registered Electrical Engineers.
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Kudos to all the passers!