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Computer Engineering Students Presented their Research Projects in an International Conference

Computer Engineering students did a very good job in the field of research. Their theses/prototype projects have been accepted for presentation in an international conference dubbed as InCite 2013: International Conference in Technology on 22 March 2013 at the Far Eastern University in Manila. This was organized by InCite and ICpEP (Institute of Computer Engineers of the Philippines).


The titles of the papers presented with the respective authors, are as follows:


“Brain-Controlled Wheelchair with Collision Avoidance”


  • Jojo Cabaobas
  • Julius Bryan Licu
  • Aldwin Tiamson
  • Jeffrey Simbulan
  • Aljon Santos
  • Cristopher Duya

“Diskless Workstation and Storage Aggregation”


  • Ray Anthony Pating
  • John Cristopher Santos
  • Sonny Bernabe
  • Jimbo Castro
  • Eugene Pangilinan

“Smart Classroom for CEA”


  • Benjamin Angelo Pacia
  • Ryan Gilbert Marucut
  • Joana Marie Labarete
  • James Azarcon
  • Jeremy Narciso
  • Jetter Daniel Amistades

The Brain Controlled Wheelchair with Collision Avoidance Project was presented in the main session at the auditorium, while the Diskless Workstation and Storage Aggregation and Smart Classroom for CEA were presented in breakout sessions. Everyone, including the guest professionals, the faculty attendees, the organizing bodies and students, were amazed about the projects.


The paper on “Brain-Controlled Wheelchair” was likewise presented during the PNP Directorate for Information and Communications Technology Management (DICTM) summit at Camp Crame, Quezon City. In this event, different technologies from companies around the globe gathered and showcased their products. The wheelchair became one of the most notable projects exhibited, as commented by most of the visitors.


Date Posted: 03-25-2013