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educator , application developer

Maria Luisa Carino Catalan, Philippine application developer, educator. Achievements include invention of a multi-purpose fruit squeezer.

Background

Catalan, Maria Luisa Carino was born on December 3, 1969 in San Fernando City, La Union, Philippines. Daughter of Mildred Carino and Rico Ibanez Catalan.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education, Pangasinan State University, Philippines, 1990. Master of Science in Information Technology Education (honorary), Philippine Normal University Consortium with Asia Pacific College, Manila, 2002. Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science, Kumamoto University, Japan, 2008.

Career

Physics teacher Binday High School, 1992—1994. Information technical teacher Manaoag National High School, 1994—2003, information and communications technical teacher, 2005. Research assistant Kumamoto University, since 2005.

Founder Department Education Manaoag National High School Association Computer Education Students, Pangasinan, 1998—1999, organizer, 1998—1999, club adviser, 1998—1999. Training coordinator Department Education Region I Computer Literacy Summer Training Program Teachers, Pangasinan, 2001, Department Education Region I Computer Training Program High School Teachers, Pangasinan, 2001. Founder Department Education Manaoag National High School Teachers Information and Commission Technology Enthusiasts' Club, Pangasinan, 2002—2003, organizer, 2002—2003.

Member, committee program and invitation Ilocos Region Athletic Association Meet, Pangasinan, 2003, Department Education Region I Division Educators’ Congress, Pangasinan, 2003. Member, board judges Department Education Regional Students' Technologists' and Entrepreneurs' Philippines Skills Competition and Conference, Pangasinan, 2003. Committee chairman Department of Education, Pangasinan Division II 2003 Annual Division Schools Report, Pangasinan, Philippines, 2003.

Member, local organizing committee 8th International Conference Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training (ITHET), Kumamoto City, 2007. Part-time english teacher Zion English School, Kumamoto City, 2003—2006, Kumamoto Shin-Ai Girls' Junior High School, 2004—2006, Aye Communications Company Ltd., Kumamoto City, since 2006, Young Men’s Christian Association, Kumamoto City, since 2007.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of a multi-purpose fruit squeezer.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Developer (system software) Electronic Title Browser Manaoag National High School e-Library. Contributor scientific papers.

Membership

Organizer Iokepine Polynesian Dance Troupe Charity Concert for ABS-Christian Broadcasting Network Bantay-Bata, 2007. Front desk volunteer Kumamoto City International Center, 2007. Member of Kumamoto University Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society Branch, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Women Engineering, Young Men’s Christian Association Kumamoto.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Computers, photography, writing, poetry.

Connections

Children: Paul Jimuel, Mark Dominijk.

father:
Mildred Carino

mother:
Rico Ibanez Catalan

child:
Mark Dominijk Catalan

child:
Paul Jimuel Catalan