Gina Rose Tongco-Rosario

Gina completed the NIP BS and MS Physics programs in 2004 and 2014, respectively. Her graduate research was on the thermodynamic properties of 2D electron systems with spin-orbit interactions. In 2005 she joined an international consulting company as a software engineer. During her graduate studies, she joined a global technology company where she was an IT services and project management practitioner for several years. Gina has been a quality consultant since 2012, designing and managing organization-wide policies for the compliance of industry standards.

MS Thesis: 

Specific heat and magnetization of a two-dimensional electron gas with spin-interactions in tilted magnetic fields

BS Thesis: 

Monte Carlo studies of low dimensional magnetic systems