Welcome to SCL!

The Scientific Computing Laboratory (SCL)  is one of the research laboratories under

Department of Computer Science, University of the Philippines Diliman

interested in the construction of mathematical models and numerical techniques 

for optimization, configuration and design of complex systems 

to better understand scientific, social scientific and engineering problems.


New Members

5 August 2023

SCL welcomes the new members for AY 2022-2023:


Recent Publications

Welfare maximization under a three-choice minority game model for energy demand allocation 

Catalina A. Montes, Adrian Roy L. Valdez. International Journal of Smart Grid and Clean Energy 9(1), 2020. 212-217. DOI:  10.12720/sgce.9.1.212-217

Structural Stability Analysis of Models of Dopamine Synthesis and D1 Receptor Trafficking in RPT Cells using Chemical Reaction Network Theory

John Justine Villar, Patrick Vincent Lubenia, Eduardo Mendoza, Carlene P. C. Pilar-Arceo. Philippine Journal of Science 148(3), 2019. 523-533.

A three-choice minority game model with homogeneous agent preferences for resource allocation

Catalina A. Montes, Adrian Roy L. Valdez. Procedia Computer Science 140, 2018. 56-63. DOI:  10.1016/j.procs.2018.10.292

Formation of Acetamide in Interstellar Medium

Lois Foo, Attila Surányi, Andrea Guljas, Milán Szőri, John Justine Villar, Béla Viskolcz, Imre G.Csizmadia, Anita Rágyanszki, Béla Fiser. Molecular Astrophysics 13, 2018. 1-5.  DOI: 10.1016/j.molap.2018.06.002

A Prelude to Building Mathematical Models for Polypeptide Folding: Analysis on the Conformational Potential Energy Hypersurface Cross-Sections of N-Acetyl-Glycyl-Glycine-N'-Methylamide

John Justine Villar, Logine Negm, Anita Rágyanszki, David Setiadi, Adrian Roy Valdez, Béla Viskolcz and Imre G. Csizmadia. Canadian Journal of Chemistry 96(10), 2018. 912-921. DOI: 10.1139/cjc-2018-0017 

An Improved Two-Rotor Function for Conformational Potential Energy Surfaces of 20 Amino Acid Diamides

John Justine Villar, Adrian Roy Valdez, David Setiadi, Béla Viskolcz, Imre G. Csizmadia and Anita Rágyanszki. Canadian Journal of Chemistry 96(1), 2018. 58-71. DOI: 10.1139/cjc-2017-0571