CIT University successfully hosted and secured the Philippines’ FIRST-EVER Quantum Computing Hackathon 

Hackathon participants in their element in one of the performance events.

One for the quantum archives! CIT University, as a top university, has brought an immersive experience in the realm of Quantum Computing with these brilliant minds from various schools and universities. Under the visionary leadership of the Dean of the College of Computer Studies, Dr. Cherry Lyn Sta. Romana marked an incredible and unforgettable milestone in the realm of technological innovation. This was also made possible by OneQuantumPH in collaboration with IBM Quantum, DOST-ASTI, and USC. Honored, the event was also graced by the presence of notable figures like Cebu City Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia, who added prestige to this knowledge-rich gathering. 

This hackathon was the culmination of a comprehensive six-day lectures series on “Introduction to Quantum Computing”, which aimed to equip the participants with foundational knowledge of quantum computing. Additionally, expert speakers had also paved the way for exploration into new technological frontiers. This hackathon also served as an excellent opportunity for the participants to demonstrate and apply their accumulated knowledge from the extensive lecture series, turning it into an engaging, enjoyable experience while expanding their networks beyond the classrooms and campuses—it transcends within the quantum computing sphere.  

 AND within this quantum computing sphere, CIT University has secured the top spot as CHAMPION in this inaugural Quantum Computing Hackathon, among the 6 brilliant teams. All Hail, Maroon and Gold!  

CIT University unveils the Tsuneishi Technical Services (Phils.) Inc. Laboratory marker 

CIT University’s Academic and Administrative officials together with the Tsuneishi Technical Services (Phils.) Inc. officials displayed their smile of success after the successful unveiling of the top-notch laboratory.

The dawn of a new era in innovation and collaboration as CIT University unveils the Tsuneishi Technical Services (Phils.) Inc. Laboratory marker. This hub isn’t merely an upgrade—it’s a portal to the forefront of engineering design; a cutting-edge CADMatic software and hardware, donated by Tsuneishi Technical Services (Phils.) Inc. This generous donation underscores a joint commitment to nurturing the next wave of engineers, aligning seamlessly with our mission to groom industry-preferred, life-ready professionals.  

The inauguration of the state-of-the-art laboratory was graced with the presence of Engr. Segismundo Exaltacion, Jr., TTSPI President, Mr. Teruaki Kambara, TTSPI Director, Mr. Arvin Q. Rivera, Deputy General Manager TTSPI, and the entire TTSPI team. 

Nestled within our Mechanical Engineering department, this marker symbolized a shared dedication to education, innovation, and the cultivation of industry-ready, academically proficient students. A canvas of limitless possibilities—a space to sculpt ideas, refine skills, and prepare for real-world challenges.  

To forge a brighter, innovative future and continuing the culture of excellence. All hail!