UE Students, Prof Actively Participate in International Conference


Three UE CCSS students and their research adviser, CCSS professor Dr. Rex P. Bringula, presented two different research papers at the 14th International Conference on Advances in Mobile Computing and Multimedia (MoMM 2016).

MoMM 2016, which was held at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Singapore on November 28 to 30, 2016, was a double-blind peer-reviewed conference whose proceedings will be indexed in the ACM Digital Library and Scopus. (ACM is the Association for Computing Machinery.)


The first of the two papers, titled “Effects of Different Types of Feedback of a Mobile-assisted Learning Application on Linear Equations on Students’ Mathematics Performance,” was developed by Kharl John Rayala, Bernadette Anne Pascual, Jan Sepli De Leon and Kevin Sendino, with Mr. Rayala and Ms. Pascual presenting the paper at the conference.


Jairus Lyndel Belza, Sherwin Belarmino and Mary Claire Chavez are currently developing the study titled “Teacher AICA: A Mobile-based Intelligent Tutoring System for Laws of Exponents.” Mr. Belza presented this paper at the said conference. (AICA stands for Artificially Intelligent Cognizant Agent.)

The first paper was accepted at the conference as a full paper, underscoring the significant contributions of the study in advancing mobile computing. It was also selected to appear in a special issue of a respected journal.


Dr. Bringula, who is currently Research and Development Coordinator of the UE CCSS, also served as the Session Chair of MoMM 2016’s Human Center Computing Session.

All of the participating students are 4th-year Bachelor of Science in Computer Science students except that Mr. De Leon is BS Information Technology senior and Mr. Sendino is now a graduate, having earned his BS Computer Science degree from UE in December 2016.

Congratulations and kudos, CCSS Warriors!


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