Rayda studied the thermodynamics and transport properties of two-dimensional electron systems at low temperatures as a SanD researcher. She was also an NIP instructor and a CHED scholar. She obtained her PhD degree in 2011 and was a post-doctoral fellow at the Asia Pacific Center for Theoretical Physics in Pohang, South Korea for three years. Upon her return to the Philippines in 2015 Rayda became a faculty member of the Mapúa Institute of Technology.
Tilted magnetic fields and spin interactions on a two-dimensional electron gas at low temperatures
The heat capacity of two-dimensional electron systems with broadened Landau levels
The effect of the chemical potential and electron concentration on the specific heat of a 2DEG in a magnetic field