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  1. HRIDD PROJECT REVIEW July 24, 2013

  2. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT • Fellowship in Advanced Science and Technology (FAST) • Research Attachments • Faculty Immersion • Visiting Professorship • Support for Attendance in Seminars andTrainings • Support for the Conduct of Seminars and Trainings

  3. BALIK SCIENTIST PROGRAM A program to entice Filipino experts abroad to return to the Philippines to help with the programs of DOST including its partner institutions to eventually help in accelerating the economic development of the country

  4. BCDA-FUNDED TRAININGS Short-term Trainings Sandwich Program Postdoctoral Fellowships

  5. INSTITUTION DEVELOPMENT • Laboratory upgrading • Development of new curricular programs

  6. MONITORED 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 IMPLEMENTED 4 3 2 1

  7. MONITORED 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 Human Resource Development Institution Development IMPLEMENTED 4 3 2 1 Human Resource Development

  8. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  9. Y Chromosomal DNA Variation of the Filipino Population using Rapidly Mutating (RM) Y-chromosome Specific Short Tandem Repeat (STR) Markers PROJECT LEADER :JazelynM. Salvador DNA Analysis Laboratory NSRI –UPD DURATION :1 Year December 2012 – November 2013 PROJECT COST : P 400,000.00

  10. A reference Philippine frequency database of RM Y-STRs which will be used to complement the existing database of more conserved Y-STR markers. • Original research paper describing the extent of genetic variation and relationship among a regional population, which serve as a microcosm of the entire Philippine population, using "rapidly mutating" (RM) YSTR • markers. • The end product of these efforts is the ability to successfully resolve a wider spectrum of forensic cases through the use of DNA analysis for IMPROVED GOVERNMENT SERVICES EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  11. Extracted DNA samples from 155 males volunteers. DNA profile of 155 Filipino males generated at 23 conventional Y-STR markers using the PowerPlex Y23 kit (Promega). The result was validated using the procedure provided by Dr. Manfred Kayser, NSRI collaborator from the Erasmus Medical Center University, Rotterdam, Netherlands Ms. Salvador will be presenting her data at the International Symposium on Human Identification in Altlanta, Georgia on October 6-11,2013 ACCOMPLISHMENTS (as of May 2013)

  12. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  13. PROGRAM ON COILS, CELLS, & GELS: Developing Capabilities for Biophysics Research at the University of San Carlos PROJECT LEADER : Dr. Rommel G. Bacabac, SVD Physics Dept., USC DURATION : 24 months(June 1, 2013- May 31, 2015) • PROJECT COST : Year 1 - P 4,231,460.60 Year 2 - P 1,959,927.10 • Year 2 - P 708,016.50 • Total - P 6,899,404.20

  14. Project 1. COILS IN GELS : Developing Capability to Investigate Gel Composite Viscoelasticity A prototype, stand-alone microfludic chamber for fast elasticity characterization of living cells using videomicroscopy Project 2. FLOW TO GEL : Developing capability to implement optical tweezers with microfluidics for homogenized gelling An optimized stand-alone microfluidcchamber using optical tweezers Project 3. CELLS AS GELS : Developing Capability for High Throughput Cell Elasticity Sorting A generic model for a viscoelasticallytunable biomaterial (alginate-DNA composite) EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  15. Project 1. COILS IN GELS : Developing Capability to Investigate Gel Composite Viscoelasticity • Develop the experimental set-up for microrheology with microscopy and optical tweezers • Measure the shear modulus of alginate-whole geneomic DNA composites Project 2. FLOW TO GEL : Developing capability to implement optical tweezers with microfluidics for homogenized gelling • Develop protocols for fibrin reconstitution using fibronogen and thrombin at 37 degrees Celsius • Measure the shear modulus of fibrin using videomicroscopy ACTIVITIES

  16. Project 3. CELLS AS GELS : Developing Capability for High Throughput Cell Elasticity Sorting • Develop microfluidic chamber design for cell elasticity • Measure the elasticity of living cells using videomicroscopy ACTIVITIES

  17. The Establishment and Operation of the Philippine Institute for Integrated Circuits • Project Leader : Dr. John Richard Hizon EEEI, UP Diliman Project Duration : 3 years • July 1, 2013- June 30, 2016 PROJECT COST : Year 1- P 20,581,911.50 Year 2- P 29,344,630.80Year 3- P 33,352,730.80Total - P 83,279,273.10

  18. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  19. Faculty Members ( Immersion in Academe and Industry) Students ( Training in Basic and Advanced IC Design) EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  20. ORGANIZATION • CONSULTATION WITH INDUSTRY AND ACADEME PARTNERS • TRAINING MODULE DEVELOPMENT • LAUNCHING OF UNDERGRADUATE TRAINING • LAUNCHING OF WEB-BASED TRAINING PORTAL • IMMERSION • TRAINING • ASSESSMENT TARGET ACTIVITIES

  21. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  22. Human Resource Intervention for the Sustainable Growth, Productivity and Competitiveness of the Metals and Engineering Sector :Development of Appropriate Training Curriculum Design for CNC Machine Tool Programming & Operations • PROJECT LEADER : Dr. Danilo N. Pilar • MIRDC • DURATION : 24 months • September 2012 to August 2014 • PROJECT COST : P 106,613,820.91 • Year 1-P 1,459,956.91 • Year 2-P 52,714,431.00 • Year 3-P 52,439,433.00

  23. Developed appropriate training curriculum design for CNC machine tool programming and operations • Trained 400 participants yearly on CNC programming and operations • Conducted training of trainers (2 batches per year) EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  24. ACCOMPLISHMENTS (as of June 30, 2013)

  25. PROBLEMS / CONCERNS

  26. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  27. Developing the PNRI Capability for Electron Beam Technology Applications • PROJECT LEADER : Luvimina G. Lanuza • PNRI • DURATION : 2 years • January 2012 to December 2013 • PROJECT COST: PhP 43,070,743.10 • Year 1 - P 32,583,600.00 • Year 2 - P 10,487,134.10

  28. Research Infrastructure • An operational EB irradiation facility that will serve as an R&D and service facility for the different applications of the EB technology • Research & Development • Synthesized and characterized starting materials for the development of EB cross-linked functional materials and matrices • Human Resource • Trained personnel on EB technology EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  29. ACCOMPLISHMENTS (as of June 30, 2013) • Electron Beam Facility • Construction for the shielding of EB accelerator (92%) • Bidding completed for the installation of the cooling • and ventilation system • Delivery of the cart conveyor system (awaiting installation)

  30. R & D • Grafting of nonwoven fabrics (water hyacinth and abaca/ polyester) with glycidylmethacrylate(GMA) • Production of 300 radiation-sterilized honey alginate wound • dressing ( 2” X 2” ; 3” X3” ) • -Sterility test conducted on one year old samples to determine shelf-life • -Animals tests were conducted in cooperation with UPLB Bee Program • & College of Veterinary Medicine) ACCOMPLISHMENTS (as of June 30, 2013)

  31. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  32. Dual Planar Magnetron for TiO2-based Photocatalytic Wastewater Treatment System • PROJECT LEADER : Dr. Henry J. Ramos • NIP, UP DilimanDURATION : 3 Years • February 2013 to January 2016 • PROJECT COST : P 4,917,768.00 • Year 1- P 1,639,256.00 • Year 2- P 1,639,256.00 • Year3- P 1,639,256.00

  33. 5 • Training of graduate students • Fabrication of Plasma Dual Planar Magnetron • 1 DPM table top –Philippines • 1 DPM (bigger unit, spherical)- Japan • Synthesis and characterization of useful films like TiO2 EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  34. Two (2) PhD Students from the Philippines visited Japan this quarter • Three (3) BS, two (2) MS and (2) Professors of Doshisha University • visited the Philippines • Rough design of the Dual Plane Magnetron (DPM) finished. ACCOMPLISHMENTS (as of May 2013)

  35. Fabrication of the Compact Plane Magnetron (CPM) • a predecessor to the DPM (OES and Langmuir Probe • Characterization were done on the CPM) • Deposition of TiO2 on Si, Cloth, Polymer and glass • were done using the CPM • XRD results are now available for the Si deposited substrates • Phil. Science High School (PSHS) students through the • Summer Science Internship Program (SSIP) deposited TiO2 • with Ag on glass. The films are being characterized) ACCOMPLISHMENTS (as of May 2013)

  36. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  37. Upgrading the National Personnel Radiation Monitoring Services thru the Establishment of Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) Dosimetry System PROJECT LEADER : Estrella S. Caseria PNRI DURATION : 4 months November 2012 – March 2013 PROJECT COST : P 1,250,000.00

  38. An Optically Stimulated Luminescence (OSL) Personnel System • - using dossimetry • including a web-based database system for the OSL • - introduced and provided to major authorized users of ionizing radiation nationwide EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  39. Acquired the following items: • one (1) manual OSL reader • 2,400 OSL dosimeters • 2,400 holders • An offline database was designed • instead of web based information • system due to budget deficit. • Additional 1,000 OSL dosimeter were provided • by the client from industries. • Continuous distribution of handouts, brochures and letters for the current clients informing the availability of the new OSL system. ACCOMPLISHMENTS (as of June 30, 2013)

  40. PROBLEMS/ RECOMMENDATIONS

  41. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  42. DOST Online Practice Tests for the PSHS and DOST-SEI Examinations PROJECT LEADER : Dr. Susan Festin Computer Security Group Department of Computer Science College of Engineering – UPD DURATION : 6 Months PROJECT COST : P 1,399,005.00

  43. An Internet-based program for authoring and delivery of PSHS and DOST-SEI practice examinations, including executables and source code • corresponding documentation to enable maintenance of the program EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  44. Build system for exam administrators • Build system for exam delivery • Build system for basic data gathering • Deployment and Testing • Actual Use • Assessment of system use TARGET ACTIVITIES

  45. April 23 – MOA sent to Project Leader • May 3 – MOA at the Chancellor’s Office • May 24 – MOA at the OVCRD • June 7 – MOA notarized • June 24 – Project Leader provided check details • July 12 – Check picked up PROJECT HISTORY (April-July)

  46. 02447 02323 02326 Metals and Engineering (1) Emerging Technology (1) Electronics Technology (1) Biotechnology (1) BCDA BSP ASTHRDP IN HOUSE 02324 02325 02358 Nano-Technology (1) Materials Science (2) Information and Communication Technology (2) Human Resource Development (4)

  47. Human Resource Development for Nanoscale Metrology, Tribology and Instrumentation and Control PROJECT LEADER : Dr. Arnel A. Salvador National Institute of Physics–UPD DURATION : 1 Year January 2013 – December 2013 PROJECT COST : P 11,143,529.80

  48. A. Manpower with capabilities in: • metrology of nanostructured devices using AFM and WykoInterferrometry • instrumentation control systems using NI development system • tribology studies using SThM, STM and Raman spectroscopy • Instrumentation control - 17 TIP faculty members • AFM and STM - 4 MS Physics/MSE graduates • Raman and WykoInterferrometry - 4 MS Physics/MSE graduates EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  49. B. Computational models for metrology and tribology studies • C. New course offerings on: • on metrology and optical characterization (NIP) • instrumentation control ( TIP ) EXPECTED OUTPUTS

  50. Instrumentation and Controls • 11 TIP faculty trained on modeling. • Experimentation/simulation of data provided by WD/HGST (acoustic emission, rolling detection, envelop detection and derivative function) • Metrology • Topographical mapping of samples done using AFM by NIP students • Raman scattering spectroscopy was done on samples previously provided by HGST. Set up being optimized for the next batch of samples • AFM measurement done on samples previously provided by HGST. ACCOMPLISHMENTS (as of June 30, 2013)