An APC RAM Presents at the Philippine Computing Science Congress 2018: Another SoCIT Research Milestone
At the recently concluded national presentation at the Philippine Computing Science Congress 2018, Samantha Mallari, an APC Computer Science student, has presented their accepted research paper entitled Quickgarde: A Plug-in for Detecting Cyberbullying Occurrences in Filipino Social Media Posts held at the Capitol University in Cagayan de Oro City last March 15-17, 2018.
The said research paper also won the Best Thesis at the School of Computing and Information Technologies (SoCIT)’s Research Forum last September 6, 2017.
APC SoCIT’s team is composed of Samantha Mallari, Faith Ballesteros, Eva Samillano, Paulo Capuz, Lorena Rabago, and Ernesto Boydon.
Special thanks to Ms. Adelina Calub and her team, Mr. Leonardino Lapira, Ms. Roselle Wednesday Gardon, Mr Ernesto Boydon and Ms. Rhea-Luz Valbuena, and Dr. Paulino Tan, for their guidance and support before and during the said event.
Kudos to another SoCIT Research milestone!