The conduct of free lectures on new technologies and innovations to current Technologians by the visiting alumni has been one of the successful programs of CITAA, Inc.

As Technologian alumni become successful and gain further experience in their field, they to share their knowledge, skills, and/or talents to young students as a way of giving back to their beloved alma mater. The secret of this program’s success is its twofold
benefit for both the visiting alumni and his/her eager young audience: Self-fulfillment for the visiting alumni, and the gain of new knowledge and inspiration for the students.

These seminars are organized through prior arrangements with the academic program heads in coordination with the Alumni Affairs Office for the schedule and attendance of students in these activities.

You may send your plans for similar activities and other questions to alumni@cit.edu.

Recent List of Technical Seminars

1. DR. FELIXBERTO A. BUOT- BSME 1960
Ph.D. (Theoretical Physics), M.S.E.E. (Stanford)
M.S. Nuclear Physics (U.P.)
Affiliation : Research Professor
George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA
Lecture Topic : Computational Science & Engineering in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Date & Venue : August 11, 2008, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 107 Students and Faculty members

2. DR. ELY ANTHONY ROSALES OUANO- BSCHE 1970
Ph.D. (Environmental Engineering), Meng(AIT)
Present Job : Director
Environmental Management Bureau-Department of Environment and Natural Resource
Lecture Topic : Design of Equalization Basin in Waste Water Treatment Processes
Date & Venue : August 21, 2008, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 100 CE Students and Faculty Members

3. DR. JAIME TUMAMAC TABUCANON- BSCE
Ph.D. (Geotechnical and Transportation Engineering)
Present Job : Geotechnical Engineer
School of Civil & Mining Engineering
University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Lecture Topic : Deep Foundation
Date & Venue : January 8, 2008, CIT-AVR
Participants : 53 CE Students and Faculty Members

4. ENGR. RIZALINA ALIVIO TABUCANON- BSCHE 1976
MEng(AIT)
Present Job : Manager
Network & Telecommunications Architecture
Integral Energy, NSW, Australia
Lecture Topic : IT Business Application in the Utility Industry
Date & Venue : January 8, 2009, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 126 Students and Faculty Members

5. ENGR. RODULFO ALFORQUE-BSME 1967
Meng (Nuclear Engineering)
Present Job : Research Engineer
Brookhaven National laboratory, New York
Lecture Topic : Particle Accelerator
Date & Venue : September 6, 2008, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 39 Students and Faculty Members

6. ENGR. MARINO T. TABUCANON-BSCE 1970
Present Job : Head, Technical/Research & Development
CSR Hebe, NSW, Australia
Lecture Topic: Autoclaved Aerated Concrete for Future Living
Date & Venue : January 8, 2009, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 120 Students and Faculty Members

7. ENGR. LEO ORENDAIN BSCE 1967
Present Job : Chief of Transportation Division
PARSONS, Washington D.C. U.S.A.
Lecture Topic : Highway Design Using Micro Station
Date & Venue : January 25, 2008, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 62 CE Students and Faculty Members

8.ENGR. FELIMON CANTABACO BSEM 1970
Present Job : Loss Prevention Engineer
Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Lecture Topic: Basic Safety and Prevention
Date & Venue : March 10, 2009, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 46 Students and Faculty Members

9. ENGR. SAMMY GUEVARRA-BSME 1974
Present Job : Project Engineering Manager
Oil and Gas Division
Saudi Consulting and Design Office
Lecture Topic : Petroleum and Petrochemicals Processing
Date & Venue : August 3-4, 2009, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 377 Students and Faculty Members

10. ENGR. VIRGILIO CLARETE- BSEM 1979
Present Job : Principal Mining Engineer
BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance-Coal
Brisbane, Australia
Lecture Topic : Open-Cut Coal Mining
Date & Venue : August 11, 2008, CIT-Case Room
Participants : 46 EM Students and Faculty Members