[Blueboard] Ateneo Physics News

Quirino M. Sugon, Jr. qsugon at ateneo.edu
Sat Aug 18 08:58:57 PHT 2012


This week in Ateneo Physics News:

http://ateneophysicsnews.wordpress.com/2012/08/18/dr-james-b-simpas-and-lucille-joanna-s-borlaza-attended-the-the-10th-workshop-on-greenhouse-gas-inventories-in-asia-wgia-in-hanoi-vietnam-last-july-10-12-2012/

Dr. James B. Simpas and Lucille Joanna S. Borlaza attended the the  
10th Workshop on Greenhouse Gas Inventories in Asia (WGIA) in Hanoi,  
Vietnam last July 10-12, 2012. The workshop was convened by the  
Ministry of the Environment of Japan (MOEJ) and the National Institute  
of Environmental Studies (NIES), together with the Ministry of Natural  
Resources (MONRE) of Vietnam. This yearly workshop since 2003 has  
aimed at supporting Non Annex I (NAI) Parties of Asia to develop and  
improve their Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventories.

http://ateneophysicsnews.wordpress.com/2012/07/25/ateneo-physics-freshman-class-of-2012-high-schools-of-origin/

Below is a list of the Ateneo Physics Freshman Class of 2012.  There  
are a total of 21 physics freshmen students coming from 17 high  
schools all over the country. Nineteen (15) of the students took BS  
PS-MSE (BS Physics with Materials Science and Engineering), 4 took BS  
PS-ACS (BS Physics with Applied Computer Systems), and 2 took BS PS  
(BS Physics).  Twelve (12) students came from private schools.  Five  
(5) students came from the Ateneo system?4 from Ateneo de Manila and 1  
from Ateneo de Zamboanga. One (1) student came from each of the  
following private schools: Barcelona Academy, Immaculate Conception  
Academy, International British School, Miriam College High School,  
Sacred Heart of Jesus, and St. Paul College?San Rafael.  On the other  
hand, 9 students came from science high schools.  Three (3) students  
came from the city science high schools?Quezon City, City of Manila,  
and Pasig City; while 6 came from the Philippine Science High School  
System?Main (Diliman), Eastern Visayas, Cagayan Valley, Central  
Visayas, and Western Visayas. (See the maps in Figs. 1 and 2.  You may  
also check out the original interactive map in Google Maps that can be  
zoomed out to the Philippine scale or zoomed in to see the street  
names. Click on the blue balloon place markers to determine the school  
names.)


-- 
DR. QUIRINO M. SUGON, JR.

Physics Department, Loyola School of Science and Engineering,
Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Philippines 1108

P.O. Box 154, Manila 0917, Philippines

Tel. No. (632)426-1043 or (632)426-6001 local 5692
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