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Welcome to the Research Center for Theoretical Physics!

The Research Center for Theoretical Physics (RCTP) was established on 27 December 1992 by the Central Visayan Institute, Inc. (now known as Central Visayan Institute Foundation, Inc.), with the following objectives:

1. To be a haven for theoretical physicists;

2. To be a center for advanced training in theoretical physics; and

3. To develop and nurture a strong tradition of frontier research in theoretical physics in the Philippines.

 

These objectives have now been expanded to include mathematical and computational sciences. The RCTP is situated in the coastal town of Jagna in the southern part of Bohol Island, the Philippines' first UNESCO Global Geopark.

JAGNA INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP PROCEEDINGS

RCTP organizes small international Workshops that feature pedagogical, review, and research-level lectures focusing on new concepts, methods and techniques used to investigate current problems in quantum physics, biophysics, complex systems, and various nonlinear phenomena, among others. The Proceedings of nine (9) International Workshops have been published so far.

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OUR TEAM

Dr. Christopher Bernido, director of RCTP Jagna.

DIRECTOR

Christopher C. Bernido

PhD (Theoretical Physics),  State University of New York, Albany

Senior Researcher of RCTP Jagna
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EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER & SENIOR RESEARCHER

Jinky B. Bornales

PhD (Theoretical Physics), University of the Philippines, Diliman

Professor, MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER

Reinabelle C. Reyes

PhD (Astrophysics), Princeton University 

Associate Professor, National Institute of Physics

University of the Philippines, Diliman

Adjuct Researcher of RCTP Jagna.

ADJUNCT RESEARCHER

Wolfgang Bock

PhD (Mathematical Physics)

Technische Universität Kaiserslautern

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M. VICTORIA CARPIO-BERNIDO FELLOW

Alfilgen N. Sebandal

PhD (Mathematics)

MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology

Adjuct Researcher of RCTP Jagna

ADJUNCT RESEARCHER

Matthew Reagan Solt

PhD (Physics)

Stanford University

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