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Glynnis Saquilayan (Graduate School of Science and Engineering) Receives Best Poster Award at the International Symposium of the Philippines Vacuum Society

Updated Jan. 19, 2016
On January 14 and 15, 2016, the 1st International Symposium of the Philippines Vacuum Society was held at Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines, where Glynnis Mae Saquilayan (Major of Electrical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering) received the Best Poster Award. The award is offered to poster presentations by students based on the evaluation of the research content, poster description, and responses during the Q and A session. Lively discussions took place following Saquilayan’s presentation.
Saquilayan received the credit of the Global Resource Management (GRM) Program* at Doshisha University.

■Title of Presentation
‘Laser ion source using a cylindrical graphite target for negative ion production’

■Presenter
G. M. Saquilayan
Second year, Major of Electrical Engineering, Doctoral Program, Graduate School of Science and Engineering

■Co-author
Motoi Wada (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

* The GRM Program is an interdisciplinary advanced doctoral program in global resource management, and has been selected as part of the Leading Graduate School Program (under the category of interdisciplinary programs for a harmonious multicultural society) implemented by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT).

Website of GRM
Saquilayan (right of photo) with the Chairperson of the Symposium Executive Committee, Mr. C. Mahinay

Saquilayan (right of photo) with the Chairperson of the Symposium Executive Committee, Mr. C. Mahinay

On January 14 and 15, 2016, the 1st International Symposium of the Philippines Vacuum Society was held at Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines, where Glynnis Mae Saquilayan (Major of Electrical Engineering, Graduate School of Science and Engineering) received the Best Poster Award. The award is offered to poster presentations by students based on the evaluation of the research content, poster description, and responses during the Q and A session. Lively discussions took place following Saquilayan’s presentation.
Saquilayan received the credit of the Global Resource Management (GRM) Program* at Doshisha University.

■Title of Presentation
‘Laser ion source using a cylindrical graphite target for negative ion production’

■Presenter
G. M. Saquilayan
Second year, Major of Electrical Engineering, Doctoral Program, Graduate School of Science and Engineering

■Co-author
Motoi Wada (Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering)

* The GRM Program is an interdisciplinary advanced doctoral program in global resource management, and has been selected as part of the Leading Graduate School Program (under the category of interdisciplinary programs for a harmonious multicultural society) implemented by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (MEXT).

Website of GRM