A collaborative research and development paper was presented by students and professors of UA College of Computing Sciences and Technology (CCSIT) in the International Journal of Arts and Sciences’ (IJAS) Asian American Conference for Engineering and Technology on January 15, 2016 at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Entitled “3Crypt: A Developmental Tool for Complex Encrypting and Decrypting of Data” the paper was co-authored by Dr. Joey M. Suba, Dr. Grace C. Sadac, Kimberly De Guzman, Daryl Mariano and Donabel Manlapaz.  The paper met the international academic standards of double-blind review process.

IJAS conference brought together professionals from different countries for the presentation of research works which cover Business and Economics, Teaching and Education, Science and Technology, and Social Sciences.

According to Dr. Suba, Dean of CCSIT, the conference was a wonderful learning experience for the students because it gave them the opportunity to demonstrate the quality and depth of their scholarly work in UA before an audience of IT professionals.

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