Welcome to CX Team

The Complex Systems Team (CX Team) started out in 2007 as one of the three Complex Systems subgroups of the Instrumentation Physics Laboratory at the National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines Diliman. It is currently headed by Dr. May T. Lim.

About CX Team

The group investigates sociotechnical systems that are rich in empirical data. We are actively involved in data mining social media, agent-based modeling of ecological systems, agent-based modeling of vehicular traffic, and analyzing complex networks. (see Research).


12 July 2024

CX Team welcomes new undergraduates: Densel Roy Ariaga, Yciar Xanthe Arnedo, and David Johann Magpusao

3–6 July 2024

CX Team participates in the 42nd SPP Physics Conference at Batangas State University (Pablo Borbon Campus).

13 June 2024

Daniel Sebastianne Daiz successfully defends his thesis on Evaluating the 2022 Philippine Senate Election voting patterns extracted using hyperspectral unmixing. Congratulations, Daniel!

10 June 2024

Dana Sam Apigo successfully defends her thesis on Unveiling Urban Air Quality Dynamics: Spectral Analysis of Breathe London Pilot Project Data. Congratulations, Dana!

03 August 2023

CX Team welcomes new undergraduates: Efraim Ruen Alvaran, Christian Belmonte, Diego Sulayman Pascua, and John Harold Ruiz

30 July 2023

Congratulations to our new graduates: Kenneth Leo [MS Physics], Mark Louise Badua [BS Physics], and Lorenzo Gabriel Joquiño [BS Applied Physics (summa cum laude) ]

19–21 July 2023

CX Team participates in the 41st SPP Physics Conference at Del Carmen Convention Center and Baya Numancia, Siargao Island, Surigao del Norte.

26 June 2023

Lorenzo Gabriel Joquiño successfully defends his thesis on Entropy measurements on news attention and news homogeneity. Congratulations, Lorenzo!

22 June 2023

Mark Louise Badua successfully defends his thesis on Pre-ECQ versus ECQ: a descriptive and spectral analysis of time series measurements of ambient particulate matter at the Lung Center of the Philippines. Congratulations, Mark!

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