On April 29, 2023, the 13th EdukCircle International Convention on Engineering and Computer Technology was held both virtually, and face-to-face at GT Toyota Auditorium, University of the Philippines. The event was attended by various colleges from both local and international schools, highlighting the importance of technology in today’s world.

The webinar featured representatives from different colleges who shared their desired topics for discussion. One of the notable attendees was Solita M. Costales, the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng San Pablo – College of Engineering Dean who became one of the panelists for the topic “The COSMOS Testbed – a Platform for Advanced Wireless, mmWave, Optical, and Smart City Experimentation.” that was discussed by Professor Gil Zussman, a professor from Columbia University. Together with Dean Solita M. Costales were the other panelist from different schools including Mr. Reymar V. Manaloto, an instructor from Laguna State Polytechnic University- San Pablo Campus, Mr. Jhon Patrick De Mesa, an instructor from Cavite State University- CCAT Campus, and Dr. Kierven R. De Mesa, a professor from National University Dasmariñas.

During the convention, participants were able to explore the future of technology and its impact on engineering and computer technology. Various were discussed, including “Digital Realities in Health Care Innovations”, “Python Essentials for Machine Learning Clustering”, “The Changing Face of Edge Computing”, and so on. Attendees also had the opportunity to learn about new technological advancements in these areas.

The convention was a great success, providing an excellent opportunity for participants to exchange ideas and learn about the latest trends and innovations in engineering and computer technology. It showcased how technology is shaping the future and how education plays a critical role in preparing the next generation for the challenges ahead. Overall, the 13th EdukCircle International Convention on Engineering and Computer Technology was a valuable experience for all who attended, marking another step forward towards a more technologically advanced future.

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