[Blueboard] Ateneo Physics News

Quirino Jr. M. Sugon qsugon at ateneo.edu
Wed Dec 4 13:07:22 PHT 2013


After receiving the BPI-DOST Science Award Last 4 March 2013 at Escaler
Hall in Ateneo de Manila University for her work on “Optical wavelength
tuning using a fluidic grating” under Dr. Raphael Guerrero, BS Physics with
Materials Science Student Sarah Jaye C. Oliva won again another award this
year. Sarah won First Place in the 1st Annual Enabled by Optics Contest for
the Students Category by the Optical Society of America (OSA). According to

"Sarah Jaye Oliva, a graduate student at the Ateneo de Manila University in
the Philippines, clinched first place in the student contest for her video
“Black and White,” which describes the simple, but ingenious product
enabled by optics—the laser barcode scanner. The video describes how the
technology uses optics and the science of colors to do its valuable job."

Below is an interview with Sarah Oliva by the Ateneo Physics News. The
interview on the BPI-DOST Science Award was held last March 20, 2013, while
that on the OAS Award was done last November 22, 2013. (Read

Dr. Quirino Sugon Jr.

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, Ateneo de Manila University
Program Manager, Upper Atmosphere Dynamics, Manila Observatory
Phone: 63-2-4266001 local 4850
Physics Department Blogs: Ateneo Physics
Handbook <http://ateneophysicshandbook.wordpress.com/>, and
Personal Blogs: Quirino Sugon Jr. <http://quirinosugonjr.blogspot.com/>, Summa
Physica <http://www.summaphysica.blogspot.com/>, and Monk's
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