• (11:32 AM) The first part of the program ends.
  • (11:29 AM) The host awards certificate of appreciation to Engr. Manguerra
  • (11:28 AM) The host awards certificate of appreciation to Engr. Aquino.
  • (11:22 AM) Question and Answer portion
  • (11:08 AM) “Most ideas, hindi nagiging successful agad,” he says.
  • (11:06 AM) He challenges students to innovate more ideas, “Internet started as a stupid idea, but now it is a reality.”
  • (11:03 AM) Engr. Aquino says, “Kapag magtatayo ka ng business, you start with your passion.”
  • (11:01 AM) He discusses the challenges in innovation.
  • (10:56 AM) “I encourage you to pass the board examination. But don’t be discouraged if you don’t pass, because there are other options,” says Engr. Aquino.
  • (10:54 AM) He advices ECE students regarding techniques in getting hired. “You must have a right keyword in your resume.” He adds, “Gusto namin kapag pumasok, ECE skilled na.”
  • (10:51 AM) Engineer Aquino says that Smart often hire ECE graduates.
  • (10:50 AM) Smart is also the first company who upgraded in IP6.
  • (10:45 AM) “You really need to push IP. You should learn IP.”
  • (10:43 AM) “Bawat continent, may kanya-kanyang registry.”
  • (10:41 AM) “In 2011, naglabas ang law ng US na kailangan lahat ng household may IP television,” he says.
  • (10:39 AM) He says, “Kapag naubos na ‘yong IP address natin, wala nang expansion.” 
  • (10:38 AM) Engr. Aquino says that the Internet Protocol (IP) will play a major role in the Internet.
  • (10:36 AM) The most popular apps are Android.
  • (10:34 AM) The first LTE in the Philippines was launched by Smart at Boracay Island.
  • (10:00 AM) “We need more ECE professions to resolve internet issues,” Engineer Aquino stresses.
  • (9:54 AM) The host introduces the second speaker, Engineer Joseph Mark Aquino from Smart Communications Inc.
  • (9:36 AM) Manguerra starts asking, “Where did the word Engineer came from?”
  • (9:35 AM) The host says students will be having a quiz regarding Engr. Manguerra’s talk.
  • (9:34 AM) He ends his talk.
  • (9:33 AM) Manguerra summarizes the process of semiconductor manufacturing, “Take some send, purify it, make it flat, add materials to it, cut it into little chips, attach the chips to metal frames, connect wires to the, encase them in plastic, then test them.”
  • (9:28 AM) “Kung hilig niyo mag-experiment, sa Semiconductor Manufacturing kayo,” he says.
  • (9:27 AM) He discusses non-destructive FA Techniques and explains examples such as Curve Tracing and X-ray.
  • (9:19 AM) He says that Lead is used to dissolve Tin Whiskers.
  • (9:18 AM) He discusses Reliability Testing for example Autoclave and Burn-in.
  • (9:14 AM) He discusses Military and Aerospace Testing from 140 degree Celsius to -30 degree Celsius.
  • (9:09 AM) He discusses Semicondutor Manufacturing:Water Assembly, Assembly, Testing.
  • (9:04 AM) He mentions that Resin mould, Leadframe, Die and Bounding wire are parts of a package.
  • (9:01 AM) Engr. Manguerra shows an example of transistor.
  • (8:59 AM) Engr. Manguerra discusses making of a silicon Diode Junction thru Etching Diffusion.
  • (8:52 AM) Silicon is the second abundant example of a semi-conductor.
  • (8:49 AM) Static electricity has positive and negative charges.
  • (8:45 AM) Electronics came from the Greek word, “elektron”.
  • (8:41 AM) Engineering is the application of science to the optimum conversion of the resources of nature to the uses of human kind.
  • (8:40 AM) “You have to be curious, and that is what makes you an engineer,” says Engr. Manguerra.
  • (8:39 AM) Manguerra says, “To be an engineer, you must be curious how things are created.” 
  • (8:32 AM) Engr. says he took the board exam twice. The word engineer came from the Latin “ingenerare” means “to create”.
  • (8:30 AM) He says, “Dapat tayong mga engineer, ma-L. “Malikhain”. Manguerra remembers being asked when he applied for work, “Bakit ka nag-ECE?” “Kasi po mahilig ako sa gadgets.  However according to Manguerra, his boss said, “Kung mahilig ka sa gadgets, hindi ka engineer. You are just a consumer.” 
  • (8:31 AM) The host introduces the first speaker, Engineer Michael Manguerra from DLSU-D batch 2008.
  • (8:29 AM) Participants rise for the singing of national anthem.
  • (8:28 AM) The program starts with an opening prayer
  • (8:27 AM) The program will start in one minute.
  • (8:26 AM) All participants are requested to take seats.
  • (8:25 AM) The program will start in a short while
  • (8:24 AM) MicroCadd Institute Inc, also one of the sponsors starts setting up their booth.
  • (8:13 AM) The program will start in 10 minutes.
  • (7:59 AM) Pilot, one of the sponsors start setting up their booth at the left corner of the ULS.
  • (7:51 AM) Almost half of the students occupy their seats at the ULS.
  • (7:16 AM) Some students started entering at the Ugnayang La Salle (ULS).
  • (7:08 AM) IECEP-CAVITE opens registration for Electronics and Communications students from various universities.

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