EXTERNALLY FUNDED PROJECTS

Completed Projects 

  • “Regional Disaster Science and Management Science and Technology Capacity Development” funded by the Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology, Research and development, Department of Science and Technology (PCIEERRD) and Commission of Higher Education (CHED) – Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto,Program/Project Leader; Roberto D. Pelayo and Ma.Johanna J. de Dios, Project Staff members-January 2013-December 2013 (extended until June2014)
  • Livelihood Projects using Sustainable Technologies: Aquaponics; funded by National Research Council of the Philippines, Bicutan, Taguig City; August 2013 to May 31,2014 – (Chito F. Sace, Project Leader, Jonna Dumayag, Science Research Specialist)
  • Biodiversity Monitoring and Assessment of Coastal Ecosystems in Selected Municipalities of Zambales, Philippines” –ADB through DENR3 – (Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto, Proj. Leader; Oliva B. Parico and Shirly C. Serrano, Project Staff members- July 2013-June 2014.)
  • Biological Assessment towards Coastal Resource Management in Zamabales.
  • Ecosystems in Selected Municipalities of Zambales (2013-2014) funded by Asian Development Bank and DENR in partnership of The Marine Science Institute UP Diliman.
  • 2011-2015 DOST-PCAARRD: Integrated R&D Program on Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation of Selected Forest Ecosystem in Central Luzon (Project Leader – Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto) :

Project 1. Assessment of the diversity of plant and animals in selected forest ecosystems of Central Luzon (2011-2013)

Project 2. Molecular Identification and Green Technology Development of High Valued Plants in Central Luzon (2012-2015)

Project 3.  Community based watershed monitoring system for biodiversity conservation (2011-2013)

Project 4: Community-based Watershed Monitoring System for Biodiversity Conservation

Project 5. IEC and Technology Transfer on Biodiversity Conservation and Utilization in Central Luzon (2013-2015)

  • 2013-2014 DOST: Regional Disaster Science and Management S&T Capacity Development
  • 2013-2014 DOST: The Use of Radon in the Monitoring of the Philippine Fault and the Valley Fault System and Its Implication as an Earthquake Precursor- PCIEERD – DOST and CHED
  • 2014 NRCP: Pathological Response and Biochemical Changes in Allium cepa L. (Bulb Onions) Infected with Anthracnose-Twister Disease
  • 2015 DA-BAR: Utilization of Rice Straw, Composted and Uncomposted Swine Manure to Suppress Soil-borne Pathogens in Selected Cucurbits and Cruciferous Vegetables in Nueva Ecija
  • 2014-2017 DOST: LiDAR 1 Data Processing and Validation in Luzon: Region 3 and Pangasinan
  • 2014-2017 DOST: LiDAR 2 Data Processing, Modelling and Validation by HEIs for the Detailed Resources Assessment in Luzon: Region 3 and Pangasinan
  • 2015-2018  DOST: MODECERA (Monitoring and Detection of Ecosystem Changes for Enhancing Resilience and Adaptation in the Philippines)
  • 2016-2017 DA-BAR: Climate Change Impacts and Vulnerability Assessment of Ecosystems and Communities to Support Development of Resilient Communities and Livelihoods in Nueva Ecija
  • 2016-2017 DA-BAR: Climate Change Impacts and Vulnerability Assessment of Ecosystems and Communities to Support Development of Resilient Communities and Livelihoods in Nueva Ecija

 

On-Going Projects 

  • 2017- 2019DA-BAR: Development and Promotion of Cost-Effective Seed Production Technology for Onion ( Project Leader – Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto)
  • 2017-2019 DA-BAR: Detection, Spatial Tracking, Damage and Yield Assessment and Mapping of Armyworm Infestations and Diseases of Onion Using Remote ( Project Leader – Ronaldo T. Alberto)
  • 2017-2019 DA-BAR: Development of Products from Onion Leaves Towards Increased Farmer’s Income ( Project Leader – Ronaldo T. Alberto)
  • 2016-2019 DA-BAR: Etiology, Physiological Characterization and Molecular Detection of Gibberellin and Fumonisin and Management of Gibberella Moniliformis ( Project Leader – Ronaldo T. Alberto)
  • 2018-2020 CHEd: Coastal Resource Management integrating Coastal resource assessment and valuation, Carrying capacity, Climate change adaptation and Disaster risk reduction in the Province of Zambales: (A Systems Approach – Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto,Program/Project Leader)
  • 2018-2019 CLSU-ARC: Efficient Solar Dehydrator for Excess Produce (ESDEP) (Project Leader –  Gella Patricia Abella )
  • 2019-2022 Integrated Research and Development Program on Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation of Selected Forest Ecosystems in Central Luzon (Project Leader –  Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto)

 

On-Going Projects 

  •  “Integrated Research and Development on Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation of Selected Forest Ecosystems in Central Luzon”, funded by PCAARRD (Program Leader, Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto):
    Project 2. Molecular Identification and Green Technology Development of High Valued Plants in Central Luzon(Proj. Leader,  Ronaldo T. Alberto)- June 2012-May 2015
    Project 5. IEC and Technology Transfer in Biodiversity Conservation and Utilization – (Proj. Leader – Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto; Proj. Staff – Shirly C. Serrano) – July 2013-May 2015
  •  Utilization of Rice Straw, Uncomposted and Composted Swine Manure to Suppress Soil-Borne Pathogens in Selected Cucurbits and Cruciferous Vegetables in Nueva Ecija funded by the  Bureau of Agricultural Research, Department of Agriculture – Ronaldo T. Alberto, Project Leader; Ariel G. Mactal, Project staff
  • Hydroponic System as Smart Farming Technique for Vegetable Crop Production –  funded by Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development – Department of Science and Technology (PCAARRD-DOST)-Chito F. Sace, Project Leader; Ar-Jay Aquino, Project Staff – February 2013 – January 2015
    •    Technology Demonstration for Aquaponics – funded by PCAARRD-inland aquatics, at the DOST Compound, Bicutan, Taguig City; August 2013 to July 31, 2014 – Chito Sace , Project Leader
    •    The Use of Radon in the Monitoring of the Philippine Fault and the Valley Fault System and Its Implication as an Earthquake Precursor- PCIEERD – DOST and CHED – Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto, Project Leader; Ronaldo T. Alberto, Ma. Johanna J. de Dios and Shirly C. Serrano, Projects staff members – February 2013 – December 2014
  • ICCEM: Assessment of Land Cover Change in Selected Municipalities and Cities of Nueva Ecija using Remote Sensing and GIS ( Project Leader – Eliza E. Camaso)
  • ICCEM: Spectral Characterization of Trees in Central Luzon State University
  • ICCEM: Flood Susceptibility Assessment Of Agricultural Areas In Selected Municipalities Of Nueva Ecija Using GIS And Remote Sensing Technologies

 

Internally funded projects:

  • Adaptive Research on Paper Production from Biomass Wastes – Annie Melinda Paz Alberto, Proj. Leader; Ma. Johanna de Dios, Project Staff
  • Emergent Briquette from Biomass Wastes– Annie Melinda Paz Alberto, Proj. Leader; Ma. Johanna de Dios, Project Staff Small Scale Composting Facility Project (Vermicomposting project) Annie Melinda Paz Alberto, Proj. Leader; Shirly C. Serrano, Project Staff