Completed and Current Research Projects

EXTERNALLY FUNDED PROJECTS

Completed Projects 

  • 2013-2014 DOST PCIEERD & CHED: Regional Disaster Science and Management Science and Technology Capacity Development (Dr. Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto,Program/Project Leader; Roberto D. Pelayo and Ma. Johanna J. de Dios, Project Staff)
  • 2013-2014 NRCP: Livelihood Projects using Sustainable Technologies: Aquaponics; (Chito F. Sace, Project Leader, Jonna Dumayag, Science Research Specialist)
  • 2013-2014 ADB, DENR: Biodiversity Monitoring and Assessment of Coastal Ecosystems in Selected Municipalities of Zambales, Philippines (Dr. Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto, Project Leader; Oliva B. Parico and Shirly C. Serrano, Project Staff)
  • 2011-2015 DOST-PCAARRD: Integrated R&D Program on Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation of Selected Forest Ecosystem in Central Luzon (Project Leader – Dr. 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: 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 (Dr. Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto, Project Leader; Ronaldo T. Alberto, Ma. Johanna J. de Dios and Shirly C. Serrano, Projects Staff)
  • 2013-2014 DOST PCAARRD: Technology Demonstration for Aquaponics (Chito F. Sace, Project Leader)
  • 2013-2015 DOST PCAARRD: Hydroponic System as Smart Farming Technique for Vegetable Crop Production (Chito F. Sace, Project Leader; Ar-Jay Aquino, Project Staff)
  • 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 (Ronaldo T. Alberto, Project Leader; Ariel G. Mactal, Project staff)
  • 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
  • 2017- 2019DA-BAR: Development and Promotion of Cost-Effective Seed Production Technology for Onion ( Project Leader – Dr. 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  (Dr. Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto,Program/Project Leader)

On-Going Projects 

  • 2019-2022 PCAARRD: Integrated Research and Development Program on Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation of Selected Forest Ecosystems in Central Luzon (Project Leader – Dr. Annie Melinda Paz-Alberto)
  • 2020-2022 CHED: Enhancement of the System for Agriculture and Fisheries Education through the integration of Green and Remote Sensing Technologies Towards Food Security, Sustainability, Health and Safety of the Environment (SAFE>GRS>FOSHE)

INTERNALLY-FUNDED PROJECTS:

Completed Projects 

  • Adaptive Research on Paper Production from Biomass Wastes – Dr. Annie Melinda Paz Alberto, Project Leader; Ma. Johanna de Dios, Project Staff
  • Emergent Briquette from Biomass Wastes– Dr. Annie Melinda Paz Alberto, Project Leader; Ma. Johanna de Dios, Project Staff 
  • Small Scale Composting Facility Project (Vermicomposting project) Dr. Annie Melinda Paz Alberto, Project Leader; Ms. Shirly C. Serrano, Project Staff
  • 2018-2019 CLSU-ARC: Efficient Solar Dehydrator for Excess Produce (ESDEP) (Project Leader – Dr. Gella Patria Abella; Study Leaders – Ms. Johanna J. de Dios, Assoc. Prof. Roberto D. Pelayo, Ms. Roan A. Lao, Dr. Marvin Cinense)
  • Assessment of Land Cover Change in Selected Municipalities and Cities of Nueva Ecija using Remote Sensing and GIS (Project Leader – Engr. Eliza E. Camaso)
  • Spectral Characterization of Trees in Central Luzon State University
  • Flood Susceptibility Assessment of Agricultural Areas in Selected Municipalities of Nueva Ecija Using GIS And Remote Sensing Technologies

On-Going Projects 

  • 2020-2021 GAD-CLSU: Dapat LIGTAS (Ligtas, Ingat at Gayak ang may Talino sa Amba ng Sakuna): A DRRM Intensive Information Dissemination Drive thru Mothers in Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija (Project Leader – Dr. Gella Patria L. Abella; Study Leaders – Assoc. Prof. Roberto D. Pelayo, Dr. Mercedita M. Reyes, Assoc. Prof. Evelyn M. Ben, and Mr. Mark Christian V. De Jesus)
  • 2021 GAD-CLSU: Vulnerability Assessment of CLSU and its Students to Climate Change (Project Leader: Engr. Eliza E. Camaso; Study Leaders – Mr. Edmark P. Bulaong, Assoc. Prof. Roberto D. Pelayo, Dr. Gella Patria L. Abella)
  • 2021 GAD-CLSU: Gender-differentiated impacts of climate change on CLSU employees (Project Leader: Engr. Eliza E. Camaso; Study Leaders – Mr. Edmark P. Bulaong, Assoc. Prof. Roberto D. Pelayo, Dr. Gella Patria L. Abella, Dr. Carolyn Grace Somera)