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Caraga State University
College of Computing and Information Sciences
Ampayon, Butuan City, Philippines

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Research, Development and Extension (RDE) CENTERS
Center for Human-computer Interaction
General Activities
Capstone Project Proposal Defense
Dr. Jaymer M. Jayoma
Title:
Finding the Shortest Path Using Enhanced Ant Algorithm with Path Elimination Rules
Co-Author:
Bobby D. Gerardo, Ruji M. Medina
Publication:
2018 IEEE 10th International Conference on Humanoid, Nanotechnology, Information Technology,Communication and Control, Environment and Management (HNICEM) 29 Nov.-2 Dec. 2018
DOI: 10.1109/HNICEM.2018.8666432
Dr. Jaymer M. Jayoma
Title:
Inverse Ant Algorithm
Co-Author:
Bobby D. Gerardo, Ruji M. Medina
Publication:
International Conference on Multi-disciplinary Trends in Artificial Intelligence
MIWAI 2018: Multi-disciplinary Trends in Artificial Intelligence pp 233-239
Link: @ link.springer.com
Mr. Mark Phil B. Pacot
Title:
Feature-Based Stitching Algorithm of Multiple Overlapping Images from Unmanned Aerial Vehicle System
Co-Author:
Nelson Marcos
Publication:
Asian Journalof Business and Technology     Vol. 1, No. 2, (2018)
Link: @ asianjournal.org
Mr. Roland P. Abao rpabao@carsu.edu.ph
Title:
Design and Development of FoodGo: A Mobile Application using Situated Analytics to Augment Product Information
Co-Authors:
Cenie V. Malabanan, Adrian P.Galido
Publication:
3rd International Conference on Computer Science and Computational Intelligence 2018
DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2018.08.165
Dr. Rolyn C. Daguil
Title:
Using Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) to Assess Vegetation Cover Change in Mining Areas of Tubag, Agusan del Norte
Co-Authors:
Kendel P. Bolanio, Meriam M. Santillan, Jojene R. Santillan
Publication:
36th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2015 (ACRS 2015), Quezon City, Philippines, Volume 2, pp. 1375-1382, 2015
Link: @ Google Scholar
Ms. Jennifer E. Sabugaa
Title:
Domestic Potable Water Demand and Supply Simulation Model
Co-Authors:
Michael M. Sabugaa and Juarlito V. Garcines
Publication:
ASSCAT Research and Development Journal Vol. 11. January-December 2015 82-89
Address:
Bunawan, Agusan del Sur 8506, Philippines
Visit @: www.asscat.edu.ph
Ms. Jennifer E. Sabugaa
Title:
ICT Off-grid Community Data Connectivity Throughput using Grid Parabolic Antenna
Co-Authors:
Michael M. Sabugaa
Publication:
ASSCAT Research and Development Journal Vol. 10. No. 1 (2014) 124-128
Address:
Bunawan, Agusan del Sur 8506, Philippines
Visit @: www.asscat.edu.ph
Ms. Jennifer E. Sabugaa
Title:
Simulation Approach for Tertiary Schools Admission Selection
Co-Authors:
Michael M. Sabugaa
Publication:
ASSCAT Research and Development Journal Vol. 10. No. 2 (2014) 81-87
Address:
Bunawan, Agusan del Sur 8506, Philippines
Visit @: www.asscat.edu.ph
Dr. Rolyn C. Daguil
Title:
Design of the Secured Profile Binding Framework on AJAX-based Technology
Co-Authors:
Woo-Yong Son, Sang-On Nam, Gi-Weon Kim, Jung-Gil Song
Journal & Date:
한국정보기술학회논문지     2008/2
Link: @ Google Scholar
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Programs Offered


I. Bachelor of Science in
  Computer Science

The Computer Science is directed at the theory and technology of computation. It is the science of information and deals with structures that store, transmit, communicate and process information. Whether these structures are expressed in hardware, called machines or in software, called programs, the fundamental concepts are similar. The student of computer science does not specialize along traditional lines that divide hardware and software, systems and applications, or theory and experiment. Rather, in the curriculum, a unified approach to the design and analysis of computing structures is undertaken.



OBJECTIVES:
  • To produce graduates who are proficient in design and development of computing solutions.
  • To prepare students for graduate studies and become successful practitioners in the field of research and computing.
  • To enable students in acquiring a comprehensive knowledge, skills and right attitude in the field of ICT.
  • To conduct ICT related researches that facilitates new learning or enhance existing ones that focuses on public welfare.
  • To engage in community outreach and extension programs that will help alleviate quality of life.
  • To produce professionals who are national and/or international ICT Exam passers.
  • II. Bachelor of Science in
      Information Systems

    The Information Systems program links business and technology, and there is a great demand in the corporate world for people who can integrate all elements of the enterprise into a comprehensive network of responsive, proactive information delivery systems. Information systems have become increasingly important in fields such as health care and criminal justice.

    The BSIS program includes: data communications, systems analysis, system development, database administration, project management, computer forensics, health information management, and quality/information assurance.



    OBJECTIVES:
  • To train students with technical concepts and practice in the Information Systems Area.
  • To provide students with competence and knowledge to take on appropriate roles in Information Systems upon graduation.
  • Enable students to anticipate change in IT and communicate the likely utility of these new trends.
  • To train students with management skills necessary for the proper deployment Integration and
  • To engage in community outreach and extension programs that will help alleviate quality of life.
  • To produce professionals who are national and/or international ICT Exam passers.
  • III. Bachelor of Science in
      Information Technology

    The Information Technology program is focused on the acquisition of theory and technical competencies associated with the Information Technology Profession The core courses provide fundamental knowledge and application both in the information systems and in systems development.

    The curriculum is designed to produce graduates ready to function in information systems positions with the competencies, skills, and attitudes necessary for success in the workplace. It forms the basis for continued career growth, life-long learning as an IT professional, or a future graduate program.



    OBJECTIVES:
  • To prepare students for graduate studies and be successful practitioners in the field of information technology.
  • To enable students in acquiring a comprehensive knowledge, skills and right attitude in the field of ICT.
  • Prepare students to become IT Professionals who are experts in Software Applications, Network and Database Administrations.
  • To produce IT professionals that demonstrates an understanding of the characteristics of information technology and their role within the organizations.
  • To produce IT professionals who can evaluate and recommend appropriate technologies for representing, managing, and disseminating of information as a vital resource.
  • To engage in community outreach and extension programs that will help alleviate quality of life.
  • To produce professionals who are national and/or international ICT Exam passers.
  • The GRADUATE SCHOOL

    IV. Master of Science in
      Information Technology

    The objective of the Master's degree in Information Technology is to prepare the student who has finished an undergraduate degree program for practical works in business and industry or to prepare the student for further academic studies in the field.

    Furthermore, It emphasizes the acquisition of concepts and technologies to prepare and enable the students for the industrial practices on systems administration, systems planning, systems implementation and other activities that maintain the integrity and functionality of the system and its components.



    Program E-objectives:
  • To be able to transform IT Knowledge into functional IT products and services through research and Development.
  • To provide IT expert services to the community, industry and other stakeholders.
  • To manage technology resources and infrastructure according to ICT standards.
  • Soon to be Offered!
    Doctor in Information Technology (DIT)

    Mission

    A globally-engaged University excelling in science, engineering and the arts.

    Vision

    Caraga State University endeavors to produce globally-competitive and socially responsible human capital towards the sustainable and inclusive development of Caraga Region and beyond.

    General Mandate

    Caraga State University shall primarily provide advanced education, higher technological, professional instruction and training in the fields of agriculture and environmental studies, fishery, engineering, forestry, industrial technology, education, law, medicine and other health related programs, information technology, arts and sciences and other related courses. It shall undertake research and extension services, and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.

    Core Values

    Competence
        Services; and
        Uprightness

    We are RIPE

    Research

    To produce quality computing researches anchored to the national and regional priority areas and are relevant to the industry needs.

    Instruction

    A leading institution delivering quality academic programs that is responsive to the needs of the industry in Caraga region and beyond.

    Production

    Generate revenue from Research and Development Innovation (RDI) outputs and services.

    Extension

    Deploy computing RDI outputs to improve the quality of life of the community.

    Organizational Structure and Profile

    Dean

    ROLYN C. DAGUIL
    Ph.D. in Computer Engineering

    Secretary

    JAYMER M. JAYOMA
    Doctor in Information Technology (CAR)

    Core Group

    JESTERLYN Q. TIMOSAN
    Master of Science in
    Information Technology
    Chairperson, CS Dept.
    JENNIFER E. SABUGAA
    Master of
    Information Technology
    Chairperson, IS Dept.
    MELBERT R. BONOTAN
    Master of Science in
    Information Technology
    Chairperson, IT Dept.
    JAYMER M. JAYOMA
    Doctor in Information Technology
    (CAR)
    Coordinator, Graduate School Dept.
    JENIE L. PLENDER
    Master of Science in
    Information Technology (CAR)
    QuAMS Coordinator
    ROLAND P. ABAO
    Master of Science in
    Computer Applications
    Computer Laboratory In-charge
    DEXTER A. ROMAGUERA
    Master of Science in
    Information Technology (On-going)
    OIC Web Administrator and Publicity Officer
    JOHN CARLO F. CAMBA
    Master of Science in
    Information Technology (CAR)
    OJT Coordinator
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    BS in Computer Science:     115
    BS in Information Systems:     352
    BS in Information Technology:     234
    MS in Information Technology:     25
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    Doctorate: 2, On-going: 5:     7
    Master Holder: 8, On-going: 7:     15
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