The Mathematics Department of the Mapua University recently conducted its 3rd Research Colloquium on April 3, 2019 at Seminar Room. Four undergraduate theses from the Management Science and Engineering under the supervision of Prof. Edgar M. Adina and four graduate theses under the supervision of Dr. Dante L. Silva were presented. The event aims to spur research collaboration among faculty and students in Mathematics, Statistics and related field.

The following are the topics presented in the seminar:

Kert Bryan M. Ocampo - “Artificial Correlation Analysis of the Credit Risk Management and Profitability of Commercial and Universal Banks in the Philippines”

Saud Abdulaziz M. Malallah - “Predicting Performance in Calculus 1 using Logistic Regression”

Ronald C. Griño - “Simple Predator-Prey Model of the Telecommunication Industry in the Philippines.”

Louie Mark O. Pastrana - “Quantitative Reasoning, Mathematical Calculation and Mathematical Application as Predictors of Mathematical Achievement”

Kevin Lawrence M. de Jesus - “Artificial Neural Network on High Volume Roads: Model for Predicting Pavement Distress”

Maria Virginia Cabalag - “Variation Prognostic Model on Port Infrastructures: Employment of Principal Component Analysis for Factor Extraction Instigating Disparity on Planning and Implementation Phase”

Jay T. Cabuñas - “Exploratory Factor-Item Analytic Approach for Construction Project Cost Overrun using Oblique Promax Rotation for Predictors Determination.”

Marra Diadem M. Andaya - “Construction and Corporate Social Responsibility (CCSR) in the Philippines: Framework Standard Formulation for Construction Firms.”