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Phil Council for Industry & Energy Research Development,a backgrounder on the government agency

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  • Content of REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8439
  • Chairman
    HONORABLE ESTRELLA F. ALABASTRO SecretaryDepartment of Science and Technology (DOST)Members
    Private Sector RepresentativesMR. FERNANDO S. BALDIVIA, JR.President and ChairmanVMC Technologies, Inc.MR. MANUEL Q. LIM, JR.PresidentNational Agri-Business Development Center (NADC)DR. GERONIMO V. MANAHANPresidentPlanning Resources and Operations Systems (PROS)DR. JOSE S. SANDEJASPresidentProfessional Managers, Inc.Government Sector RepresentativesDR. GRACIANO P. YUMUL, JR.Undersecretary for R&D, DOST and Officer-In-Charge, PCIERDMR. ELMER C. HERNANDEZUndersecretaryDepartment of Trade and Industry and Managing Head, Industry Planning Group (BOI-DTI)
    DR. JUDY F. SESEDirector III, Bureau of Research and StandardsDepartment of Public Works and Highways (BPRS-DPWH)MR. ELMER C. SONEJAAssistant Secretary, Planning and Project DivisionDepartment of Transportation and Communication (DOTC)ENGR. RODOLFO R. PENALOSAMemberTechnical Panel for Engineering, Technology and Architecture Commission on Higher Education (TPETA-CHED)DIR. RAQUEL S. HULIGANGA DirectorEnergy Research Testing Laboratory ServicesDepartment of Energy (ERTLS-DOE)
  • Chairman
    HONORABLE ESTRELLA F. ALABASTRO SecretaryDepartment of Science and Technology (DOST)Members
    Private Sector RepresentativesMR. FERNANDO S. BALDIVIA, JR.President and ChairmanVMC Technologies, Inc.MR. MANUEL Q. LIM, JR.PresidentNational Agri-Business Development Center (NADC)DR. GERONIMO V. MANAHANPresidentPlanning Resources and Operations Systems (PROS)DR. JOSE S. SANDEJASPresidentProfessional Managers, Inc.Government Sector RepresentativesDR. GRACIANO P. YUMUL, JR.Undersecretary for R&D, DOST and Officer-In-Charge, PCIERDMR. ELMER C. HERNANDEZUndersecretaryDepartment of Trade and Industry and Managing Head, Industry Planning Group (BOI-DTI)
    DR. JUDY F. SESEDirector III, Bureau of Research and StandardsDepartment of Public Works and Highways (BPRS-DPWH)MR. ELMER C. SONEJAAssistant Secretary, Planning and Project DivisionDepartment of Transportation and Communication (DOTC)ENGR. RODOLFO R. PENALOSAMemberTechnical Panel for Engineering, Technology and Architecture Commission on Higher Education (TPETA-CHED)DIR. RAQUEL S. HULIGANGA DirectorEnergy Research Testing Laboratory ServicesDepartment of Energy (ERTLS-DOE)
  • Research project proposals will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
    - marketability of product/process to be developed; - socio-economic impact; - probability of success; - contribution to the advancement of S&T; - environmental impact; and - private sector participation - Link to the details of these Criteria.
  • For research funding: go to e-Proposal. A web based application provided for on-line submission of research proposals for funding.
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    • 1. A Government Agency Background Research Study
    • 2.  Founding Law of the agency  Organization  Major area of work  Services to the public  How the public can avail of its services  Accomplishments in terms of research  Contributions & benefits to the public
    • 3. Philippine Council for Industry & Energy Research & Development  The Philippine Council for Industry and Energy Research and Development (PCIERD) is one of the sectoral planning councils of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).  It is mandated to serve as the central agency in the planning, monitoring and promotion of scientific and technological research for applications in the industry, energy, utilities and infrastructure sectors.  It has the authority to set and specify research and development (R&D) goals and priorities and rationalize the allocation of available resources for its delineated sectors.
    • 4. REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8439 AN ACT PROVIDING A MAGNA CARTA FOR SCIENTISTS, ENGINEERS, RESEARCHERS AND OTHER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PERSONNEL IN GOVERNMENT.
    • 5. “The State recognizes science and technology as an essential element for the attainment of national development and progress.To attain this objective, it is hereby declared the policy of the State to provide for a program of human resources development in science and technology to achieve and maintain the necessary reservoir of talent and manpower that will sustain its drive for total science and technology mastery. ”
    • 6. PCIERD was created as part of the reorganized National Science and Technology Authority (NSTA) on 17 March 1982 through Executive Order no 784. Then, on 30 January 1987, President Corazon C. Aquino issued Executive Order No. 128 reorganizing NSTA into the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) to make it more effective and responsive to the scientific and technological needs of the country.
    • 7. DOST Advanced Science and Technology Institute Philippine Council for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development Food and Nutrition Research Institute Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Forest Products Research and Development Institute Philippine Council for Industry and Energy Research and Development Industrial Technology Development Institute Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology Metals Industry Research and Development Center Philippine Nuclear Research Institute National Academy of Science and Technology Philippine Science High School National Research Council of the Philippines Philippine Textile Research Institute Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration Science Education Institute Philippine Council for Advanced Science and Technology Research and Development Science and Technology Information Institute Philippine Council for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources Research and Development Technology Application and Promotion Institute
    • 8.  PCIERD  is composed of a Governing Council responsible for  policy  and  broad management  decisions with the Council Executive Staff as its implementing and support structure.  The DOST Secretary sits as Chairman of the GC. The members of the nine-man body include the undersecretaries of Trade and Industry, Transportation and Communications, Public Works  and Highways, four (4) representatives from the private sector  who  represent the industry  and  energy sectors, and the PCIERD Executive Director, who heads the Council Executive Staff.
    • 9. PCIERDVision             A recognized leader in the policy formulation, planning and programming of national S&T activities for the industry, energy, utilities and infrastructure sectors
    • 10. PCIERD Mission                  To lead and partner with public and private institutions in generating S & T policies, strategies and technologies that will contribute significantly to national economic development
    • 11. Quality Policy              We shall set directions for the development of appropriate technologies for application in the industry and energy sectors contributing to the national economic development.
    • 12. Achieved through:  Formulate policies, strategies and programs for S&T development in industry and energy sectors  Allocate government and external funds  Monitor and promote S&T research with applications in Industry, Energy, Utilities, Infrastructures ,Environment Sectors  Generate external funds to support R&D and S&T undertakings.
    • 13.  R&D Priority Areas 1. ENERGY Biofuels and Alternative Fuels  Feedstock Development  Biofuel Cost Effective Processing  Vehicle Performance Testing Renewable Energy  Windmill / Micro Hydro  Technology Assessment  Testing Center Establishment Solar Marine Current Resource Assessment Energy Conservation
    • 14.  R&D Priority Areas 2. ENVIRONMENT Climate Change Disaster Management (2010-2016)  Instrumentation, Monitoring, Forecasting, Rapid Assessment & Early Warning  Preparation, Mitigation and Immediate Response  Information Management and Dissemination
    • 15. R&D Priority Areas 1. ENERGY Biofuels and Alternative Fuels • Feedstock Development • Biofuel Cost Effective Processing • Vehicle Performance Testing  Renewable Energy • Windmill / Micro Hydro • Technology Assessment • Testing Center Establishment  Solar  Marine Current Resource Assessment  Energy Conservation • Energy Management • Regional Capability Building (I, II, IV, NCR, XI)
    • 16. R&D Priority Areas 2. ENVIRONMENT Climate Change Disaster Management • Instrumentation, Monitoring, Forecasting, Rapid Assessment & Early Warning • Preparation, Mitigation and Immediate Response • Information Management and Dissemination Water Environmental Management Program Water Roadmap • Rehabilitation of water bodies to its original state or condition with respect to its intended use. • Source of livelihood and place of recreation for the people • Preparedness to meet the impacts of climate change • Developing human resources for the industry and information management and dissemination • Strengthening of linkages among  academe, industry, government and communities Mining and Minerals Program Mining and Minerals Roadmap • Exploring for innovations, alternatives and new approaches • Value-adding to maximize benefits from minerals through development of downstream industries • Supporting environment-related R & D programs • Developing human resources for the minerals industry and information management and dissemination • Strengthening of linkages among academe, industry, government and communities
    • 17. R&D Priority Areas 3. FOOD Food Biotech Program • Application of New Microbial-Based Technologies • Capability Building for Bio-Processing • Development of Biotech Derived Food Ingredients Functional Foods and VCO Program • Bioavailability of Nanomaterials • Product Development and Diversification • Safety Assessment and Efficacy Testing • Characterization of Indigenous Materials Natural Products Program • Process Development of  Organic / Natural Ingredients • Value-Adding Through Organic Processing • Packaging Program • Development of Advanced / Modern Packaging Technology • Development/Improvement of Transport Packaging • Toxic Migrants in Canned & Plastic Packaged Food & Beverages Food Safety Program
    • 18.  Fostering Linkages with Private Institutions:  Information Dissemination: Guidebook on the implementation of R&D, Institutional Flyer, Annual Reports, Progress (newsletter), Compilation of Winning Entries of the First S&T Fora & Competition in Industry & Energy Research, Compilation of Winning Entries of the Second S&T Fora & Competition in Industry & Energy Research, Packaging Network, Technology Flyers  Training Workshops: e.g. Local trainors on biodigester development for pig farms, were trained on practical tools and methods from design to construction to gas utilization  Grants-in-Aids: provides Grants-in-Aid for approved research proposals to develop processes, products, equipment prototypes, utilities and services with practical and commercial applications  Scholarship Grants: aims to uplift the quality of graduate engineering in the country thereby increasing the pool of engineers and scientists that are needed in the industrial, educational, and academic institutions.  Funding for research proposals:  Promotion of Research Results: Tri-media (print & non-print), Fora/Seminars/Press Conferences, Special Media Exhibits
    • 19. For Scholarship Grants: • Master of Science (M.S.)  UPD Energy Engineering,Water Resources Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering  DLSU Electronics and Communication Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)  UPD Materials Science Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering,  DLSU Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
    • 20. For Scholarship Grants:  1. All applicants must secure admission from the graduate school and simultaneously apply for the PCIERD scholarship in either of the following engineering accredited schools:      1.1 University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD)      1.2 De La Salle University (DLSU) 2. Accomplished scholarship application forms may be submitted directly to the concerned accredited school or to PCIERD.  Upon admission to the graduate program and compliance with the admission requirements, applicants are required to submit their application for financial assistance to PCIERD. Applicants should submit the following requirements:  1. Letter of acceptance from accredited graduate schools; 2. Duly accomplished scholarship application form; 3. Health certificate and X-ray result; and 4. Certification from appropriate agencies of no criminal and/or administrative charges.
    • 21.  Best Practices on Biodigester Development to Local Trainors  Rainwater Harvesting System, a Practical Solution to Water Shortages  Modern Equipment and Facilities for Analysis of Earth Materials Housed at UP  Fruity Vegetable Juice Blends Ready for the Market  Eco-friendly Natural Dyes for Brighter Textiles  Research on Porphyry Copper Deposit Exploration  Guide to Export Quality Muscovado Sugar Developed  National Program on Virgin Coconut Oil  Electric Vehicle for Urban Transport  Study on Yacon Rootcrop to Develop Functional Foods  Many more…
    • 22.  Improve pool of scientists & engineers through scholarship grants  Improve efficiency of government resources by prioritizing high importance projects through planning & research  Improve quality of living of Philippine society
    • 23. Report by Raymund N. Sanchez