JD Dorongon and RD Borlongan (PSHS-BRC) is with the CX Team for Summer 2014 through the PSHS Summer Science Internship Program.
Reniel Cabral successfully defended his dissertation on "Towards optimum strategies for managing marine populations" on 20 March 2014, 10:00am at NIP R109. Adrian Chester Balingit successfully defended his BS thesis titled "Growth patterns for competition in a monospecific forest" on 25 March 2014, 10:00am at NIP F205.
Congratulations, Ren and Chester!
25 April 2014. Ren received the NIP Most Outstanding PhD Graduate Award.
26 April 2014. Ren also received the College of Science Most Outstanding PhD Graduate Award and the Edgardo Gomez Award.
27 April 2014. UP Diliman graduation day. Congratulations, Dr. Cabral and Mr. Balingit!
Reniel Cabral received the 2014 Gawad Chanselor sa Natatanging Mag-aaral. The award was presented at the Malcolm Hall of the UP College of Law last 21 February 2014. Congratulations, Ren!
Dr. Christian Alis joins the group of Prof. Steven Bishop at the University College London as a postdoc this month. Congratulations and good luck to Christian!
New publication: Modelling the impacts of fish aggregating devices (FADs) and fish enhancing devices (FEDs) and their implications for managing small-scale fishery
C.M. Alis and M. T. Lim. Spatio-temporal variation of conversational utterances on Twitter. PLoS ONE 8(10): e77793 (2013)
CX Team members Christian Alis (PhD Physics) and Aivin Solatorio (MS Physics) will be receiving their respective degrees from UP Diliman on 28 April 2013. Christian's dissertation is on the "Dynamics of Conversational Utterances" while Aivin's thesis concerns the "Analysis and Modeling of User Temporal Behavior in Online Communication Using a Doubly Stochastic Process."
Congratulations, Christian and Aivin!
The Santa Fe Institute (www.santafe.edu) will offer its first free online 11-week course on "Introduction to Complexity" beginning 28 January 2013. Course instructor is Melanie Mitchell.
Course website: http://www.santafe.edu/mooc/subscribe
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