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Manuel Beronilla


Ph.D., University of Rizal System
M.S., University of Rizal System
M.A.T., University of Rizal System
B.S., Mapúa Institute of Technology

Research Interests

Multivariate statistics, muticollinearity, robust statistics

Manuel Beronilla is a contributing faculty member for mathematics at The National Hispanic University and Art Institute of California—San Francisco. A former tenured professor of the University of Rizal System (1997–2011), he taught mathematics, engineering, physics, and research. He was a part-time faculty member of Siena College of Taytay (2007–2009) and ABE International Business College (2007–2010). In 2010, Dr. Beronilla headed the College of Information Management in the University of Rizal System (URS), managing more than 500 students and 30 faculty members. He was a coordinator of the statistical center of URS in 2007, overseeing the university's undergraduate research statistics. His research about robust multivariate outlier detection methods and Fourier basis regression to cope with multicollinearity was awarded as "Outstanding Research" by the University of Rizal System in 2010 and was presented at several conferences. He is a volunteer tutor for mathematics at the Evergreen Branch Library of the San José Public Library system.


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