Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Ateneo Thanksgiving Mass and Bonfire (UAAP Season 71)

From the Ateneo Blueboard:

Congratulations to the Ateneo community for the following achievements by our various teams:

  • Loyola Schools: UAAP Season 71 Mens' Basketball Champion and Ladies' Swimming Champion
  • High School: UAAP Season 71 Juniors Basketball Champion and Swimming Champion
  • Grade School: Small Basketeers of the Philippines Champion

The following are the details of the thanksgiving Mass, bonfire, and program today,
September 30:

6:00 PM: Thanksgiving Mass at the Church of the Gesu

7:30 PM: Program at Bellarmine Field (across the Gesu)

Tribute to the various Ateneo champion teams

Autograph Signing

Performances by the Blue Babble Battalion, Migs Escueta, APO Hiking Society, Chicosci,
Kjwan, Parokya ni Edgar, Spongecola, and other bands

1. Food & Beverage

Some 30 concessionaires have signed up to sell for the duration of the evening. There
will be also be complimentary Pepsi products while supplies last. Beer will be sold ONLY
to adults, ages 21 and above.

2. Tents, Tables and chairs

Some tents, 100 tables and 1,300 chairs will be provided free of charge and made
available on a first-come, first-served basis.

People are free to bring their own tents, tables, and chairs but can set up ONLY AFTER 5:00 PM AND ONLY at designated areas.

For the designated areas, please inquire at the information booth on Bellarmine Field, Xavier
Hall side.


Fire Hits Pisay (PSHS Main Campus in Diliman, Quezon CIty)


I saw in the news (Unang Hirit, GMA 7) today, 30 September 2008: A portion of Philippine Science High School Main Campus (Diliman, Quezon City) got burned early morning Sept. 30. Nobody was hurt. According to the news, a portion of the Registrar's Office and the Faculty Center were damaged. Periodical exams scheduled today were postponed to another day said Ms. Herminigilda Salac, CISD Chief.
Photo Link:

Video Clips Part 1: Ateneo is the Champion! (UAAP Basketball Season 71)

Click on the Video Links below to see the videos:

GO ATENEO! http://booleanlogic.multiply.com/video/item/44

MARY FOR YOU: http://booleanlogic.multiply.com/video/item/45/Ateneo_Crowd_Sings_Mary_For_You_UAAP_Finals_Game_2_Araneta_Coliseum


Monday, September 29, 2008

Congratulations: Ateneo Students Top U.P. Statistics Contest

From the Ateneo Blueboard (c/o Ms. Edith Bagtas, Math Dept. Secretary)

The annual statistics competition, STAT - IS - EEKS, sponsored by the UP
Statistical Society and held last September 13, 2008 was totally dominated by
Ateneo students.

Ateneo won the top three awards in both the individual and
the team categories in the competition which was participated in by 31 teams
from the top colleges and universities in the country.

The winners in the individual category are:

First Place
- Emerson Escolar (BS/M AMF)
- Alvin Tan (BS ME)

Second Place - Emmanuel Plan (BS MA)

Coach - Mr. Tony Zosa
Math Department

The winners in the team category are

First Place - (Ateneo Mathematics Society)
Gian Chua
Emerson Escolar
Jason Naniong

Second Place - (Ateneo Celadon)
Jessica Chua
Earvin Go
Mark Anthony Tolentino

Third Place - Ateneo MEA
Kyna Cheu
John Clerigo
Alvin Tan

Coach - Mr. Tony Zosa
Math Department

The fourth place in the team category was also occupied by the Ateneo CMG team
composed of Alvin Belleza, Carmina Padua and Emmanuel Plan. (coach - Mr. Tony Zosa,
Instructor, Math Department)

Ateneo has consistently topped this competition in both the team and
individual categories for the last three years. However, this year is the
best performance ever delivered by our teams.

Note: Earvin Go is my student in Numerical Analysis (Ma 195).


A 'Mourning' Cat


Last Sunday, 28 September 2008, I accompanied my mother during a visit to the grave of my sister, Lorie, at Manila Memorial Park in Paranaque City. I saw an amusing scene: a cat that seemed to be mourning the loss of its owner. Interesting!

From the photo collection of Raffy Saldaña (http://raffysaldana.blogspot.com/)

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Sunday, September 28, 2008

Accompanying my Mother on a Sunday


Today, 28 September 2008, Sunday, I accompanied my mother (who celebrated her 75th birthday on 27 September 2008) to the following activites:

1. Visiting my sister's grave in Manila Memorial Park, Paranaque City.

2. Attending mass at St. James' Church in Ayala, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

3. Buying groceries at a supermarket in Bacoor, Cavite.

To view more photos click on the following link (Suggestion: Choose the Slideshow Option):


Related Link: http://raffysaldana.blogspot.com/2008/09/its-my-mothers-birthday-happy-birthday.html


Saturday, September 27, 2008

It's My Mother's Birthday: Happy Birthday Inang Flor

.Photo Caption: My mother an I during the celebration of my mother's 75th birthday. From the photo collection of Raffy Saldaña (http://raffysaldana.blogspot.com)

Photo Caption: My mother, Flora, celebrates her birthday today, 27 September 2008. From the photo collection of Raffy Saldana (http://raffysaldana.blogspot.com)

Today (27 September 2008) is the birthday of the greatest mother in the world -- my mother. Her name is Flora (meaning = flower) or Flor for short. She is now 75 years old, a diamond age.

Happy Birthday Inang! I wish you good health and happiness on your birthday.

We love you very much.

Your loving son,


Friday, September 26, 2008

Photo Links: Ateneo is the Champion! (UAAP Basketball 2008)

Photo Caption: At the Araneta Coliseum after the game between Ateneo and La Salle. Ateneo won the championship, 62 - 51. From the photo collection of Raffy Saldaña(http://raffysaldana.blogspot.com).

Click the links below to see photos taken by my digital camera during Game 2 of the University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) 2008 Basketball Championship held on Thursday, 25 September 2008 at the Araneta Coliseum in Cubao, Quezon City. Ateneo de Manila University beats De La Salle University, 62 - 51, to emerge as the champion.



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Thursday, September 25, 2008

UAAP Basketball Finals 2008: Ateneo is the Champion!


Game 2 of UAAP Basketball Finals

Thursday, 25 September 2008

Ateneo vs. La Salle

Araneta Coliseum, Cubao, Quezon City

Result: Ateneo = 62 pts., La Salle = 51 pts.



Note: Today (25 September 2008) I experienced a lot firsts: (1) It was my first time to watch a UAAP basketball game at the Araneta Coliseum, (2) my first time to watch a UAAP Basketball Championship, (3) and my first time to watch (live) the Ateneo basketball team winning the UAAP championship over La Salle :)

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Ateneo - La Salle UAAP Basketball Finals Tickets: Problem with the Queueing System


From the Ateneo Blueboard, 22 September 2008.

Source: http://www.ateneo.edu/index.php?p=120&type=2&sec=26&aid=5814

Queueing for Ateneo - La Salle Basketball Finals Tickets

Note: After waiting in line for almost six hours I got my two tickets :)

Yesterday (23 September 2008) I did something that I had never done before -- to queue for a basketball game ticket.

It is the UAAP (University Atheletics Association of the Philippines) Basketball Season Finals and the two contending teams are Ateneo de Manila University and De La Salle University. Game one (best of three games) was won by Ateneo last Sunday, September 21 (with a 69 - 61 win over La Salle).

I have never watched a basketball game live in Araneta Coliseum (venue of the UAAP Basketball Finals) before. Now that Ateneo is a strong contender in clinching the basketball championship this year, I decided to line up for tickets (reserved for faculty and staff of Ateneo).

Although the ticket distribution opened only at 12:00 noon, several people started lining up as early as 4:30 a.m. I arrived in the ticket place around 6:30 a.m. and I was number 22 in the queue.

The first 12 people in the queue were allocated with Upper A tickets. I got two Upper B tickets.

While waiting for the ticket office to open I was able to check several batches of exam papers.

Photo Link: http://booleanlogic.multiply.com/photos/album/164/Queueing_for_Ateneo_-_La_Salle_Basketball_Finals_Tickets

Related Link: Queueing Theory (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queuing_theory)

"Queueing theory is the mathematical study of waiting lines (or queues). The theory enables mathematical analysis of several related processes, including arriving at the (back of the) queue, waiting in the queue (essentially a storage process), and being served by the server(s) at the front of the queue. The theory permits the derivation and calculation of several performance measures including the average waiting time in the queue or the system, the expected number waiting or receiving service and the probability of encountering the system in certain states, such as empty, full, having an available server or having to wait a certain time to be served."


Sunday, September 21, 2008

Katipunan Traffic: The Rain Factor

Source: http://www.ateneo.edu/index.php?p=120&type=2&sec=26&aid=5814

From the Ateneo Blueboard:

Heavy rain starting at 6:35 p.m. last Thursday night, 18 September flooded the northbound lane of Katipunan under the Gate 2.5 footbridge and blocked traffic.

Northbound vehicles slowed down before the footbridge. Some vehicles going through the flooded section up to Gate 2.5. Vehicles stopped as water got deeper.
Traffic build-up extended all the way to the south side of flyover & beyond.

Northbound vehicles were forced to take inner lanes to avoid flooded section. MMDA personnel allowed center barriers to be opened for U-turn before footbridge. Concrete barriers were opened by drivers.

Friday, September 19, 2008

The Future of Online Video (According to Chad Hurley, Founder of YouTube)

Official Google Blog: The future of online video


By Chad Hurley, CEO and Co-Founder of YouTube

Ten years ago the world of online video was little more than an idea. It was used mostly by professionals like doctors or lawyers in limited and closed settings. Connections were slow, bandwidth was limited, and video gear was expensive and bulky. There were many false starts and outlandish promises over the years about the emergence of online video. It was really the dynamic growth of the Internet (in terms of adoption, speed and ubiquity) that helped to spur the idea that online video - millions of people around the world shooting it, uploading it, viewing it via broadband - was even possible.

Today, there are thousands of different video sites and services. In fact it's getting to be unusual not to find a video component on a news, entertainment or information website. And in less than three years, YouTube has united hundreds of millions of people who create, share, and watch video online.

What used to be a gap between "professional" entertainment companies and home movie buffs has disappeared. Everyone from major broadcasters and networks to vloggers and grandmas are taking to video to capture events, memories, stories, and much more in real time.Today, 13 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute, and we believe the volume will continue to grow exponentially. Our goal is to allow every person on the planet to participate by making the upload process as simple as placing a phone call. This new video content will be available on any screen - in your living room, or on your device in your pocket.

YouTube and other sites will bring together all the diverse media which matters to you, from videos of family and friends to news, music, sports, cooking and much, much more.In ten years, we believe that online video broadcasting will be the most ubiquitous and accessible form of communication. The tools for video recording will continue to become smaller and more affordable.

Personal media devices will be universal and interconnected. Even more people will have the opportunity to record and share even more video with a small group of friends or everyone around the world.

Over the next decade, people will be at the center of their video and media experience. More and more consumers will become creators. We will continue to help give people unlimited options and access to information, and the world will be a smaller place.

(Acknowledgment: Thanks to Ms. Gilda Cabral of the Manila Futurists Society.)

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The Mathitudes

. Poster source: http://www.mathteacherstore.com/middle/midlpost/5-8/180130main.htm
Note: A clever mathematical adaptation of the Beatitudes (New Testament Bible) is the "Mathitudes". I first saw this adaptation in a mathematics classroom in Punahou School, Honolulu, Hawaii in 2003 while I was attending a fellowship training on e-learning.


Blessed are the mathematical in spirit, for they shall see patterns and relationships.

Blessed are those who mourn over their peer results in math, for they shall be tutored.

Blessed are the mathematically meek, for they shall gain confidence with practice.

Blessed are those who hunger and thirst after mathematical knowledge, for they shall be filled.

Blessed are the slow and unsteady in computation for their calculators shall comfort them.

Blessed are the logical, for they shall see the beauty of proof.

Blessed are those who prepare for their math tests, for success will be theirs.

Blessed are the rational, for they shall understand fractions.

Blessed are those who do their math homework regularly, for they shall learn the most.

Rejoice in the study of mathematics for great will be your reward in life.



Raffy Saldaña

PSHS NAA Board Meeting, September 17, 2008

Photo Caption: Officers and Members of the Board of Trustees of the Philippine Science High School National Alumni Association. L-R: Roggie Zeanarosa, Rene Abad, Ciel Habito, Eric Soriano, Raymond Ancog, Joel Garduce, Dang Flores, Jun Sabug, and Raffy Saldaña (standing). Not in photo: Joyce Simpas and Butch Zaldarriaga. From the photo collection of Raffy Saldaña (http://raffysaldana.blogspot.com)
Today ( 17 September 2008) the PSHS (System) National Alumni Association, Inc. (PSHSSNAI) Board of Trustees met at the Philippine Science High School (PSHS) in Diliman, Quezon City with the following agenda:
1. Approval of the minutes (highlights) of the August 1, 2008 Board Meeting.
2. PSHS NAA Referendum Mechanics.
3. Updates on the PSHS Board of Trustees Meeting
4. Other Matters (including the PSHS NAA website)
Link to photos:
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PSHS NAA Board Secretary

Monday, September 15, 2008

OGF24: Open Grid Forum (Singapore)

The 24th Open Grid Forum - OGF24

The Matrix building at Biopolis
September 15-19, 2008

Website: http://www.ogf.org/OGF24/

After several successful events in the US and Europe, OGF returns to Asia-Pacific in beautiful Singapore for OGF24, co-located with the GridAsia 2008 event, and hosted by Singapore Grid Forum. OGF24 will offer a unique opportunity for distributed computing experts, builders, and users to meet with OGF’s global community to discuss emerging trends, success stories of grid deployments, and standards. In addition to high-profile keynote speakers, participants can expect a wide variety of program content ranging from hot technologies like cloud and virtualization as well as practical uses of grids in scientific and industrial settings. A small commercial exhibition will also be an important part of this multi-faceted event. Participants will learn about products and services and see demonstrations of successful projects that have leveraged OGF technologies and standards.

OGF24 will show how grids have become a key enabling technology in a broad spectrum of IT environments. Participants will hear how researchers and scientists in both academic and commercial settings find grids useful to scale their compute capabilities and data analysis while enhancing their ability to collaborate across organizational boundaries. Participants will also hear how commercial users find grids to enable better business agility, reduce costs, and aid in the deployment of a shared, service-oriented infrastructure. OGF24 will also provide a unique forum for discussion on how grids form a necessary underpinning for emerging technologies such as virtualization and clouds.

Participants will have a number of different session types to choose from including:

Workshops exploring distributed computing usage in scientific disciplines and commercial sectors

OGF Specification Adoption sessions demonstrating the impact of OGF’s published specifications and best practices

Case studies of business uses of grids

Best practice development sessions where key challenges are discussed and solutions identified
Chartered group sessions where OGF standards, best practices, and other community work is discussed

Keynotes and other invited talks.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

A Moment in my Discrete Mathematics Class (AMC 124)


Photos taken by Migs Andres (http://blackmemories.multiply.com/photos/album/154/College_Capers?replies_read=20)

A few days ago I went to my Discrete Mathematics class (AMC 124) not feeling well. I was sick and very tired. So most of the time I was sitting while giving a lecture (normally I always stand while lecturing).

Migs, one of my students is a camera bug. He likes to take photos of his classmates (and his teachers).

Today (13 September 2008) I saw my photos in Migs' multiply site.

These photos captured a moment in my teaching life when even though I was sick I still gave a lecture in class :)


Raffy Saldaña

Friday, September 12, 2008

Visit to the Cancer Center of Medical City Hospital

Gerald Divinagracia (MS Information Technology student) giving a presentation of his thesis proposal.

Andrei Coronel (Ph.D. Computer Science student) discusses with Dr. Trixie Jayme-Tiangco some aspects of breast cancer ontology.

Dr. Trixie Jayme-Tiangco (oncologist) and Dr. Raffy Saldaña (applied mathematician and computational scientist)

Group picture with Dr. Trixie Jayme-Tiangco, oncologist, Cancer Center, Medical City Hospital, Pasig City

Last Thursday, 11 September 2008, my cancer informatics research students (BS AMC, BS CS, BS ECE, MS IT, and PhD CS) and I visited the Cancer Center of the Medical City Hospital (the affiliate hospital of Ateneo de Manila University) in Ortigas Avenue, Pasig City, Metro Manila.
We met with Dr. Trixie Jayme-Tiangco, one of the oncologists (cancer specialists) of Medical City Hospital. (Note: Trixie and I were schoolmates in Philippine Science High School -- Trixie belongs to Batch '79 while I belong to Batch '77).
My students (undegraduate, masters' and Ph.D. level) presented their research problems to Dr. Trixie Jayme-Tiangco.
Thank you very much Dr. Trixie Jayme-Tiangco for your valuable inputs. Our cancer informatics research group appreciate very much your generosity in spending time with us at the Cancer Center of Medical City.
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Monday, September 8, 2008

Wellness Program: Talk on "Hypertension and Diabetes"


To All Ateneo Employees, From Ms. Imelda Nibungco -- Ateneo Personnel Director:

Talk on "Hypertension and Diabetes"

Speaker: Dr. Raymund M. Laiz, M.D.

Friday, September 26, 2008

3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

SOM 111 (Ching Tan Room)

Ateneo de Manila University

Note: I have hypertension so I think I must attend this talk.

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Links to Photos Taken During the Philippine Science High School Alumni Homecoming 2008

.PSHS Homecoming 2008 -- Men of Batch '77: L-R: Mon D., Rene, Rolly, Fidel, Butch, Andy, Raffy, Keku

PSHS Hoemcoming 2008 -- Men of Bath '77: L-R: Mon D., Rolly, Fidel, Rene, Butch, Keku, Raffy, Em

The following batchmates (PSHS Class of 1977) were present during the PSHS Alumni Homecoming Night, 6 September 2008.

PSHS '77 Batch Attendees:

Em F. (with wife)
Cora (with daughter Chloe)
Mon D.
Rene A.
Rolly B.
Keku D.
Raf S.
Andy S.
Fidel B.
Butch R.

Note: I was busy with the PSHS AA Referendum (part of my task in PSHAA Board) and I was not able to mingle much with batchmates. Thank you very much Cora and Chloe for the valuable assistance during the referendum.

Below are links to photos taken by my camera during the PSHS 2008 Grand Alumni Homecoming 2008, Saturday, 6 September 2008:

1. Batch '77 Photos

2. PSHS AA 2008 Referendum

3. Other Photos

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PSHS '77

Results: Philippine Science High School Alumni Association Referendum 2008

Link: http://pisayforum.blogspot.com/2008/09/results-pshs-alumni-association.html

Philippine Science High Shool Alumni Association
September 2008
6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
PSHS Gymnasium, Agham Road, Quezon City

Number of Active Members: 315

Number of Voters: 227 ( 72 %)

'YES' votes: 198 (87%)

'NO' votes: 29 (13%)Related Links:



Friday, September 5, 2008

Announcement: PSHS Alumni Association Referendum 2008

Source: http://pisayforum.blogspot.com/2008/09/announcement-referendum-2008.html


Please be informed that the Philippine Science High School Alumni Association (PSHS AA) Board of Directors will conduct a REFERENDUM during the PSHS Alumni Association Annual Meeting/Grand Alumni Homecoming on 6 September 2008 at the PSHS Gymnasium in Agham Road, Diliman, Quezon City.

The referendum is needed before the planned merger between the Philippine Science High School Alumni Association and the Philippine Science High School System Alumni Association (PSHS NAA) can materialize.

A seperate referendum will be conducted by the PSHS NAA Board of Trustees for active members of the PSHS (System) National Alumni Association (PSHS NAA).

Below is the REFERENDUM QUESTION to be answered by active members of the PSHS AA and PSHS NAA in separate referenda:

Do you approve the merger between the Philippine Science High School Alumni Association (PSHS AA) and the Philippine Science High School System Alumni Association (PSHS NAA) with the surviving entity adopting the name "Philippine Science High School National Alumni Association" and the proposed merger constitution and by-laws?

This question is answerable either by YES or NO.

A majority vote (50% of active members plus one) is needed to effect the merger.

For more information, contact:

The Referendum CommitteePSHS AA/ PSHS NAA

E-mail: raffysaldana@gmail.com

Related Link: http://pisayforum.blogspot.com/2008/08/proposed-constitution-for-merged-pshaa.html


Pisay Concert 2: PSHS '77 Representatives


Representatives of PSHS Batch '77 performing on stage at PETA Theater in Quezon city on 3 September 2008. From the photo collection of Raffy Saldaña (http://raffysaldana.blogspot.com)

I never thought that one day I would become a concert performer...

Last September 3, 2008 some of my batchmates in highschool (PSHS Class of 1977) performed onstage at PETA Theater in Quezon City for the Pisay Concert 2 (PC2) a benefit concert which is a project of the PSHS Alumni Association.

Our group (Chloe [daughter of Cora] , Cora, Emy, Claire, Ana [aughter of Claire], Mon D., Noel O., Raffy, and Caloy) sang the following songs which became popular in the '70s: 1. Ikaw Pa Rin (by Tito Mina), 2. T.L. Ako sa Iyo, and 3. Country Roads by John Denver. When we sang Country Roads, we changed the lyrics a little bit so that Country Roads became 'Agham Road' (where PSHS is located). My batchmate, Caloy (Dr. Carlo Arcilla, Director of the National Geological Studies (NIGS) in the University of the Philippines - Diliman) impressed the audience with his rendition of the following songs: 1. Samba Song by Bong Pinera, 2. A Certain Sadness, and 3. Norwegian Wood (instrumental).

After our concert performance I told one of my batchmates jokingly: Now we can add one more line in our curriculum vitae -- "Concert Performer" :)

Below is the link to photos of our group taken during Pisay Concert 2:




PCSC 2009: First Call for Papers -- 9th Philippine Computing Science Congress

PCSC 2009

9th Philippine Computing Science Congress
March 2-3, 2009
Silliman University
Dumaguete City, PHILIPPINES

Organized by:




The Computing Society of the Philippines (CSP) invites you to participate and submit papers in the 9th Philippine Computing Science Congress (PCSC 2009). The CSP organizes this conference to enable local and neighboring computing educators, researchers, and ICT professionals and students to interact and to share their work in computing, computer science, computer engineering, computational science, and information and communications technology (ICT).

The conference features special lectures by prominent researchers and educators in the field of information and communications technology (including computing, computer science, computer engineering, computational science, and related disciplines). It also features contributed research papers on computing and ICT.

Conference Topics (but not limited to):

Cellular Automata


Genetic Algorithms


Computational Science

E-Based Communities

Computational Modeling and Simulation

High Performance Computing/Parallel Computation

Computer Architecture

Internet Technologies

Computer Applications

Mathematical Modeling

Computer Engineering Networking

Computer Science Education

Neural Networks

Computer Simulation

Software Engineering

Database and Information Systems

Theoretical Computer Science

Other relevant topics in computer science, computational science and ICT

Important Dates:

Submissions of Full Paper : December 15, 2008
Notification of Acceptance: January 13, 2009
Submission of Revised Paper: February 10, 2009
Conference Date: March 2-3, 2009

Paper Submission and Proceedings:
Contributed papers should be written in English and must follow the formatting guidelines based on the ACM Word Template for SIG Site or the ones that will be made available at the conference website. These papers will be peer-reviewed, and if accepted, these will be published in the Electronic Proceedings of the 9th Philippine Computing Science Congress (PCSC 2009).

Contributed full paper must be submitted electronically via the conference submission page (which will be made available soon) or to ha@dcs.upd.edu.ph.

For Registration and Further Information, Contact:

Dave Marcelo, MS

PCSC 2009

Silliman University, Dumaguete City
Email : demarcial02@yahoo.com

Monday, September 1, 2008

Y4IT 2008: 6th Philippine Youth Congress in Information Technology


WHEN: September 2-5, 2008
WHERE: UP Theatre, UP Film Institute,
UP Bahay ng Alumni
The 6th Philippine Youth Congress in Information Technology (Y4iT 2008) is organized by the University of the Philippines Information Technology Training Center (UP ITTC), UP System IT Foundation (UP SITF), and the Student Volunteer Corps (SVC), in cooperation with the Philippine Society of IT Educators (PSITE) and the Computing Society of the Philippines (CSP).

Y4iT 2008 will be held on September 2, 3, 4, and 5, 2008 simultaneously at three locations: the University Theater, the UP Film Institute for the Main Event, and the UP Ang Bahay ng Alumni for the Y4iT Sponsors Exhibit, all in the University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City.
Contact Information:
Direct Line: (02) 436-2217, (02) 920-2080
Trunk Line: (02) 981-8500 loc. 4468 / 4469
Fax No: (02) 920-2036
Email: info@ittc.up.edu.ph