COURTESY CALL: EE BOARD TOPNOTCHERS TO MIT PRESIDENT

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.

Team Carding of Mapua Institute of Technology Wins the 2015 Sikat Design Challenge

  • Posted on: 4 February 2016
  • By: eece_admin

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

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.

Mapua Bags Best Conference Paper Award at 2015 ICpEP National Conference

  • Posted on: 18 September 2015
  • By: eece_admin

For two years in a row the Department of Computer Engineering of Mapua Institute of Technology bagged the “Best Conference Paper Award” at the recently concluded 2015 ICpEP National Conference on Computer Applications, Technologies and Engineering or CATE 2015. The said conference was sponsored by the Institute of Computer Engineers of the Philippines. The winning paper entitled “Raindrop Splash Algorithm on Basal Body Temperature for Ovulation Monitoring and Prediction” was presented by the group of Erika Joy H. Morales, Francis Dominic C. Bucao and Ma. Josephine C. Fujita. The advisers were Febus Reidj G. Cruz, Carlos Hortinela IV and Noel B. Linsangan.

Mapúa Phil-LiDAR 2 bolsters institute’s R&D initiatives, quest for university status

  • Posted on: 18 July 2015
  • By: eece_admin

As part of its initiatives to beef up research and development capabilities and to fulfill its mission of becoming a world-class university, Mapúa Institute of Technology will house in its newly opened Research Building the DOST grant-in-aid funded project Mapúa-Phil LiDAR 2 through the School of Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineering (EECE).

The new project is in addition to the Mapúa-Phil LiDAR 1 project under the School of Civil, Environmental, and Geological Engineering (CEGE), which will help in mapping flood hazards as well as predict the extent of flooding in the provinces of Cavite, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon or CABARZON. This, in turn, will greatly facilitate accurate planning and appropriate disaster and risk reduction and response of local government units in the said areas.

Mapúa ECE students triumphant in ShellIdeas360-Galing ng Pinoy Challenge

  • Posted on: 5 May 2015
  • By: eece_admin

Last February 28, three Mapúa electronics engineering students copped first place in the Shell Ideas360–Galing ng Pinoy Challenge, a local version of ShellIdeas360, besting other shortlisted schools all over the Philippines.

Jeremy de Leon, Earlene Sarmiento, and Norman Quiniquini bested students from the University of the Philippines, University of Mindanao, and the Polytechnic University of the Philippines with their idea “Bagwis,” a portable wind power generator.

According to de Leon, the idea was inspired by the spinners made from bottles seen at pedicabs in Intramuros, Manila.

“We thought, ‘what if there is a way to charge something or produce electricity while the pedicabs run?' This made Bagwis possible,” de Leon said, adding that the idea also aims to promote tourism inside the Walled City.