Would I call you names (e.g. stupid, idiot) or shower you with all kinds of insults because you don’t agree with me or believe in what I believe?
And would I kill you because we are not of the same faith or affiliation?
No, I won’t. Doing so is what I consider bigotry.
Would I force you to do things that are against your conscience, faith and beliefs?
Would I force you to say that what I am doing is correct and morally acceptable?
No, I won’t. Doing so will make me more than a bigot – a dictator.
Some people may not be as intelligent as we think we are. Some are rich and some are poor in this world’s standard. We have different beliefs and also differ in how we live life. But God loves us all and has given us his Word (Bible) to be our guide in life.
I always desire to maintain work-life effectiveness wherever I am and whatever I do. Life is not all about work. But we work to live. And when we work, I believe we should not just work hard but work smart as well. So as much as possible I see to it that I optimize my office working time so I won’t have to render overtime work.
We work so we can provide food for our family. But let not our work be a reason for the family’s disintegration when we don’t have time anymore for those people we care for. We have to remember that work is just one aspect of life.
One good reminder in Colossians 3:23: “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters.”
I just want to have this page as repository for my technical papers presented at the annual ASEMEP National Technical Symposium (Association of Semiconductor and Electronics Manufacturing Engineers of the Philippines).
- “QFN Fine Pitch Packaging Design and Manufacturing Challenges”, 22nd ASEMEP National Technical Symposium, June 7-8, 2012 (Awarded Overall Best Paper)
ASEMEP – QFN Fine Pitch Packaging Design and Manufacturing Challenges
- “Understanding the Mechanical Behavior of Thin Packages During Die Attach Curing Process,” 25th ASEMEP National Technical Symposium, June 4-5, 2015 (R&D Special Award)
Understanding the Mechanical Behavior of Thin Packages During Die Attach Curing Process
- “Burn-in Oven Modeling Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)”, 13th ASEMEP National Technical Symposium, June 19-20, 2003
ASEMEP Paper – Burn-in Modeling
- “Understanding Silicon Die Fracture Strength Using Weibull Analysis”, 14th ASEMEP (Association of Semiconductor & Electronics Manufacturing Engineers of the Philippines) National Technical Symposium, June 17-18, 2004
- “Using Finite Element Analysis in Understanding Package Moisture Absorption Behavior”, 22nd ASEMEP National Technical Symposium, June 7-8, 2012
ASEMEP – Using Finite Element Analysis in Understanding Package Moisture Absorption Behavior
- “Understanding and Eliminating Wire Bondability Problem on Overhang Stacked Die,” 23rd ASEMEP National Technical Symposium, June 2013
Understanding and Eliminating Wire Bondability Problem on Overhang Stacked Die R1 (2)
- “Elimination of Delamination and Solder Flow-out in a New SiP with Large SMD,” 23rd ASEMEP National Technical Symposium, June 2013
Elimination of Delamination and Solder Flow-out in a New SiP with Large SMD R1
- “Optimization of Stacked Die QFN Package Reliability Through Design and Virtual Prototyping,” 23rd ASEMEP National Technical Symposium, June 2013
Optimization of Stacked Die QFN Package Reliability Through Design and Virtual Prototyping
- “The Effect of Glue Bond Line Thickness and Fillet Height on Interface Delamination,” 23rd ASEMEP National Technical Symposium, June 2013
The Effect of Glue Bond Line Thickness and Fillet Height on Interface Delaminationx
Other ASEMEP papers supported:
A Systematic Approach in Optimizing Strip Warpage of Quad Flat No-lead Package Rev 1
ELIMINATION OF VOIDS AND DELAMINATION BY OPTIMIZING SUBSTRATE DESIGN
Citation (IEEE Reference ):
Category Best Paper 2017
Life is not without struggles. There are circumstances that test our determination to succeed. We may fail along the way, maybe several times but it doesn’t matter. We get up, learn from our failures and go on to realize our dream. And I would say, dream big. It should be big enough to inspire us each day.
I’d like to share 3 things we need on our journey to success.
1. Don’t stop learning.
With the recent advances in information technology, vast resources are made available to us. So learn as much as you can and acquire new skills. Do a self-study on any new available technologies or topics that interest you if there are no opportunities for formal training. That would give you a significant advantage over others even those foreign counterparts you may have in your career life. And never forget to learn from the people around you.
2. Don’t be afraid to take risk.
Trying to do something you haven’t yet tried involves risk. And generally, we are afraid to take risk. We are so afraid to fail. But if we look at the people we consider successful, they have their share of failures.
3. Go beyond your comfort zone.
We have a tendency to stay within our comfort zone. But I would say more exciting challenges are out there. The more rewarding thing to experience is to overcome challenges and discover new things. At first, we’ll feel the stress and discomfort but the success at the end will be much sweeter.
So if you don’t stop learning, never afraid of taking risk and willing to go beyond your comfort zone, then you would surely be amazed at the success you would achieve. And above all, honor God and trust in Him for it is HE who gives us the ability to produce wealth (Deuteronomy 8:18).
1)”God loves you and offers a wonderful plan for your life.”
2)”Man is sinful and separated from God. Therefore, he cannot know and experience God’s love and plan for his life.”
3)”Jesus Christ is God’s only provision for man’s sin. Through Him you can know and experience God’s love and plan for your life.”
4)”We must individually receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord; then we can know and experience God’s love and plan for our lives.”
Lord Jesus, I need You. Thank You for dying on the cross for my sins. I open the door of my life and receive You as my Savior and Lord. Thank You for forgiving my sins and giving me eternal life. Take control of the throne of my life. Make me the kind of person You want me to be.
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When your car aircon blower stops working on lower speeds (commonly speed “1”), then the most likely culprit is the blower motor resistor. Usually when you have resistor damage, the blower would still work on the highest speed (“4”). The figure below shows the typical blower motor resistor diagram.
So when your car A/C blower stops working, there’s a quick fix to make it working again. And you don’t need to spend money or go to the auto repair shop when you can do it yourself easily.
Here is what I did and the blower is still working for more than a year now. First, I needed to locate the resistor. The usual location is near the blower motor behind the glovebox in the front passenger seat. Second, I removed the glovebox and then the resistor. Third, I checked for broken wire coil connections and joined them by twisting the wire ends together. And finally, I put back the resistor and the A/C was up and blowing cold air on all speed settings!