Bachelor Of Science In Physics

"I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned."
-Richard Feynman

Physics does not ask what, rather it subjects us to questions with hows and whys. To further understand the nature of the universe and everything it holds, curious minds who constantly question the current threshold of knowledge is what pushed science towards its betterment.

President's and Dean's List for 4th Quarter SY 2021-2022

Congratulations to the following physics majors who made it to the President's and Dean's List for 4th Quarter SY 2021-2022:

 

PRESIDENT’S LIST

AGUB, EDETTE MICAH V. (PHEC-3)

BERCASIO, CZAROWITZ JOSS O. (PHY-2)

ORONGAN, MANUEL ALLAN L. (PHEC-1)

 

DEAN’S LIST

AGUB, EDETTE MICAH V. (PHEC-3)

BERCASIO, CZAROWITZ JOSS O. (PHY-2)

LAGUADOR , JOSE ANGELO R. (PHMS-2)

ORONGAN, MANUEL ALLAN L. (PHEC-1)

Student Research in Focus: Effect of polyaniline on the structural, conductivity, and dielectric properties of chitosan

Nicole Ashley V Santos, a Bachelor of Science in Physics alumna and part-time faculty member of the Department of Physics, published a scientific article entitled, “Effect of polyaniline on the structural, conductivity, and dielectric properties of chitosan” through an open-access journal in ScienceDirect; named “Carbohydrate Polymer Technologies and Applications.” This journal focuses on the scientific and technological

Student Research in Focus: Synthesis and Characterization of Acetic Acid-Doped Polyaniline and Polyaniline-Chitosan Composite

Bachelors of Science in Physics double degree with Materials Science and Engineering (PHMS) alumni Bianca Rae Pasela (left) and Acelle Pearl Castillo (right) published their first scientific article entitled, “Synthesis and Characterization of Acetic Acid-Doped Polyaniline and Polyaniline–Chitosan Composite” which belongs to the special issue chitin- and chitosan- based composite materials of Biomimetics Journa

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