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Job Opening

Graduate Assistant  Student Assistant 
 Qualifications:
  • Currently enrolled and no failing grades
  • Computer literate
  • Knowledge in local area network is an advantage
  • Familiar with Linux OS
Qualifications:
  • must be currently enrolled.
  • computer literate
  • knowledgeable in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel)

 Duties:

  • Installation of software
  • Assist in maintenance of HPC
  • Assist in maintaining computer laboratories

Duties:

  • Clerical functions to support administration office
  • Assist in inventory of supplies and equipment
  • Assist in minor computer maintenance

Background & History

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The Computational Science Research Center (CSRC) of the College of Science aims to be the core for high performance scientific computing at the University of the Philippines and the country as a whole. The CSRC is located close to the country’s hub for higher learning and research institutions to facilitate a straightforward collaboration of interdisciplinary researchers who venture into computing-related research activities leading to scientific and engineering breakthroughs.

The CSRC also provides basic computing resources to faculty, researchers and students of the University of the Philippines and training programs available for interested parties from other schools.

The Computational Science Research Center originated from the Research Computer Sytem (RCS) Project of the College of Science at the University of the Philippines Diliman in 1992 under the Engineering and Science Education Project of the Department of Science and Technology(ESEP-DOST) and World Bank.

ESEP-DOST provided the hardware and network infrastructure while UP committed to construct the building to house the system.  CSRC's primarily goal is to provide computing support to researchers and graduate students who are engaged in information systems development, algebraic computations for modeling and simulations. The CSRC facilities are also available for use by researchers and students of other universities, as well as those in other government units and the industry.

 

Collaborators

Christopher Monterola, PhD Complex Systems
Publications
Research links
Instrumentation Physics Laboratory
(NIP, CS, UP Diliman)

Ronald Banzon, PhD Computational Physics
    Publications
    Research Links
           Structure and Dynamics Group (NIP, CS, UP Diliman) 
Arturo Lluisma, PhD Computational Biology
    Publications
    Research Links
           Marine Science Institute (CS, UP Diliman)
Ganni Tapang, PhD Statistical Optics
    Publications
    Research Links
           Instrumentation Physics Laboratory (NIP, CS, UP Diliman)
Celia Torres-Villanueva, PhD Biotechnology, Immunology and Bioinformatics
    Publications
    Research Links
           Molecular Medicine and Biotechnology (NIMBB, CS, UP Diliman)
Corazon de Ungria, PhD Molecular Biology
    Publications
    Research Links
           DNA Analysis Laboratory (NSRI, CS, UPDiliman)
Christine Villagonzalo, PhD Computational Physics
    Publications
    Research Links
           Structure and Dynamics Group (NIP, CS, UP Diliman) 
Ricardo Del Rosario, PhD, Numerical Methods
Ernesto Adorio, High Performance Computing  

Staff

csrc staff

FREDEGUSTO GUIDO DAVID, Ph.D.
Coordinator
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Administrative Staff

Technical Staff

Melinda Fucio
Administrative Officer II


Computer Programmer III

Lady Lee Cañon
Administrative Officer I

Noel Ballarta
 
Senior Admin Assistant II

 

Laurence Edward  Macatangay
Administrative Assistant VI

 

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