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Sex: Male
Education:

  • Master of Science in Nuclear Power Plant Engineering, KEPCO International Nuclear Graduate School, 2019
  • Master of Science in Physics, Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology, 2014
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics, Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology, 2011

Field of Specialization:
Nuclear Energy
Construction
Project Management
Physics

Researches:

Article title: Selection of appropriate generation iv nuclear reactor development: a systems engineering approach
Authors: Mark Giono and Eric Yee
Publication title: Journal of the Korea Management Engineers Society 24(2): 109-132, 2019

Abstract:
In 2012, The Generation IV International Forum (GIF) (then representing 10 countries) selected six (6) reactor technologies to be further developed on the basis of being safe, sustainable, cost-effective, and resistant to weapons proliferation. Nowadays, there are several designs of Gen IV nuclear power plants (NPP) but few will be deployed due to strategic, economic, and even political reasons. Such factors posed a challenge in selecting an ideal Gen IV technology to be implemented. In this paper, selection criteria for implementing an appropriate Gen IV NPP program is developed for use in a systems engineering approach for decision making. In this paper, some selection criteria for implementing Gen IV technology is developed. It involves three goal areas with 10 goals and 25 criteria under them. It is important to note that metrics and the corresponding weight factors for each criteria has not been set due to its subjective nature and will be based on technology experts’ determination or a country’s suitable need for such nuclear systems.
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Article title: Development of polytetrafluoroethylene superhydrophobic surface with patterned micro-roughness morphology
Authors: J.C. Mercado, K.K. Nalaunan, C.G. Corpuz, M.G. Aliperio
Publication title: Proceedings of the 18th SPVM National Physics Conference, p. 157, 2016

Abstract:
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Article title: One-dimensional collective motion of chemically driven self-propelling boats in a channel
Authors: M.G. Aliperio and M.N. Confesor
Publication title: Proceedings of the International Scientific Meeting on Complex Systems, p. 101, 2016

Abstract:
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Article title: Surface viscosity effects on the dynamics and trajectory of self-propelling boats
Authors: M G Aliperio and Mark Nolan Confesor
Publication title: OP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 79:5-12, 2016

Abstract:
Self-propelled droplets have been conceived as simple chemical toy models to mimic motile biological samples such as bacteria. The motion of these droplets is believe to be due to the surface tension gradient in the boundary of the droplet. We performed experiments to look at the effect of varying the medium viscosity to the speed of a circular boat that was soaked in Pentanol. We found that the boats undergo oscillatory type of motion inside a channel. Moreover we found the maximum speed of the boat is independent on the viscosity of the medium. On the other a time scale describing the width of the velocity profile of the boat was found to increase with increasing viscosity.
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Article title: Development and Analysis of Fabricated Superhydrophobic Surfaces with Controlled Micro-roughness Morphology
Authors: M.G. Aliperio and R.B. Balili
Publication title: Book of Abstracts of the Baku World Forum of Young Scientists 2014, p 91 – 92 (2014)

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Article title: Surface Viscosity Effects on the One-dimensional Motion of Self-propelling Boats
Authors: M G Aliperio and Mark Nolan Confesor

Publication title: IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering 79: 012002, 2015

Abstract
Self-propelled droplets have been conceived as simple chemical toy models to mimic motile biological samples such as bacteria. The motion of these droplets is believe to be due to the surface tension gradient in the boundary of the droplet. We performed experiments to look at the effect of varying the medium viscosity to the speed of a circular boat that was soaked in Pentanol. We found that the boats undergo oscillatory type of motion inside a channel. Moreover we found the maximum speed of the boat is independent on the viscosity of the medium. On the other a time scale describing the width of the velocity profile of the boat was found to increase with increasing viscosity.
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Article title: Development of Superhydrophobic Surfaces with Controlled Micro-roughness Morphology
Authors: M.G. Aliperio, W.N. Membreve, R.B. Balili
Publication title: Proceedings of the 13th SPVM National Physics Conference, p 11, 2011

Abstract
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Article title: Quantifying Superhydrophobicity of Unstructured Surfaces
Authors: M.G. Aliperio, W.N. Membreve, R.B. Balili
Publication title: Proceedings of the 12th SPVM National Physics Conference, p 101 – 103, 2010

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Article title: Determination of Contact Angle through Fitting
Authors: W.N. Membreve, M.G. Aliperio, R.B. Balili
Publication title: Proceedings of the 12th SPVM National Physics Conference, p 169, 2010

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