The UPLB Department of Electrical Engineering continues its 100% passing rate in the recently concluded licensure examination for Registered Electrical Engineers. Ten graduates took the Electrical Engineering Licensure Examination. The exam was given by the Professional Regulation Commission last September 1-2, 2018. The national passing rate is 66.74%.
The following are the new Registered Electrical Engineers form the department:
- Engr. Rei-Ann M. Dayapera
- Engr. Glen C. Guray
- Engr. Patrick Laurence S. Manalang
- Engr. Reynaldo B. Pareja Jr.
- Engr. Carlex Joy D. Pedrigala
- Engr. Johanne Vhalmegar M. Rivera
- Engr. Jan Daniele J. Tan
- Engr. Rock Christian V. Tomas
- Engr. Cedric C. Velandres
- Engr. John Paul A. Villareal
The University of the Philippines Los Banos (UPLB), under the initiative of Department of Electrical Engineering (DEE) faculty member Engr. Melvin C. Ilang-Ilang, was chosen to be one of the five universities around the Philippines to receive a drone starter kit (DSK) from DOST-PCIEERD. The DSK was developed under the Unmanned Aeriel Vehicle (UAV) project of DOST-PCIEERD.
Engr. Ilang-Ilang, along with fellow DEE faculty members aProf. John Paolo A. Ramoso, Engr. Adrian R. Quicoy, and Engr. Aryan Paula A. Manalo underwent a 2-day training program under the supervision of the De La Salle University UAV Team. The training included workshops on drone assembly, programming, and flight testing. DEE plans to use the DSK in teaching modules for electronics courses; for research involving motor control, remote sensing, and path planning for UAV; and for extension work involving the applications of UAVs in the surrounding community.
Engr. Ilang-Ilang, Engr. Manalo, and Engr. Quicoy
with the drone kit they have assembled.
Participating DEE faculty members with the DLSU UAV team.