In just five years, the International Conference in Technology (InCiTE) has steadily become one of the most anticipated academic conferences in the country and has continued to attract local and international researchers in the fields of engineering and information technology.
This year, the role of technological innovations in solving present-day problems is highlighted with the theme, 'Creating Resilient Communities Through Engineering and Technology.' Academicians from Malaysia, South Korea, and the United Kingdom met with Filipino delegates to share valuable information and research projects that will address the existing effects of climate change and natural and man-made disasters.
Keynote speaker Dr. Arturo S. Daag, Chief of Geology, Geophysics Research and Development Division shares updates on the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.
Guest Speaker Professor Chul Soo Ye of Far East University Korea presents his research ‘Image Processing and Remote Sensing Technology in Disaster Risk Reduction.’
Keynote speaker for the second day, Dr. Carmine Galasso of the University College London.
‘Smart City for Community Resilience’ from Director Abd. Rahman Bin Abdul Rahim of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) International – UTM Razak School of Engineering and Advanced Technology in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia shares strategies in strengthening the disaster resilience of communities.
De La Salle University Professor Andres Winston C. Oreta discusses new perspectives on finance, infrastructure resilience, and urban development through his paper titled, ‘Ten Essentials for Making Cities Resilient: A Framework for Research.’