Ateneo Physics faculty Dr. Joel Maquiling and his student Jansen Keith Domoguen to be awarded by American Physical Society Forum on International Physics

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Dr. Joel Maquiling and Jansen Keith L. Domoguen*, IV BS Applied Physics with Materials Science Engineering of the Department of Physics of Ateneo de Manila University

Congratulations to Mr. Jansen Keith L. Domoguen, IV BS Applied Physics with Materials Science Engineering, Department of Physics, School of Science and Engineering, for being awarded the 2015 Distinguished Student Award by the American Physical Society Forum on International Physics (APS-FIP DS3 Award).

Mr. Domoguen is one of the twelve (12) international students of physics being recognized with the APS-FIP DS3 Award. He will accept the award during the Annual APS Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA on 16-19 April 2016. A travel grant of 2500 USD is granted to Mr. Domoguen to attend the Awarding Ceremonies.

He will also present his research work at the APS April Meeting where more than 1,000 papers will be presented by eminent scientists in the field of physics, including astrophysics, nuclear physics, particles and fields physics, the physics of beams, and computational physics.

His adviser, Dr. Joel T. Maquiling, himself a 2015 APS-FIP Faculty Awardee, will present their geophysics research work on the “Suppression of Turbulence using Electrified Granular Matter” and our local physics education endeavors during the APS Meeting and during the Forum on International Physics in the aforementioned venue.

Congratulations to Jansen and Joel! We are proud of you!

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One Response to Ateneo Physics faculty Dr. Joel Maquiling and his student Jansen Keith Domoguen to be awarded by American Physical Society Forum on International Physics

  1. Rufino Bomasang says:

    Even belatedly, I join the faculty and student body of Ateneo in congratulating Mr. Jansen Domoguen, my fellow Igorot, for this prestigious international award. Jansen had his secondary schooling st St. Mary’s School of Sagada (SMSS) in the Mt. Probince and we, the alumni of said school, also take pride in Jansen’s prestigious award.

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