Presently, Randell is employed as a Project Research Assistant in the Manila Observatory where he is involved in the field of Computational Seismology and Geophysics. He has attended several trainings and workshops to back-up his expertise including in 2008 the Seismic Hazards in Asia at the CSIR Center for Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation (C-MMACS); Geoinformatics for Disaster Risk Reduction at the UPV-Tacloban College in 2009; Short Course on Basic and Advanced GPS Data Analaysis and Modeling for Scientific and Practical Applications at the UP National Engineering Center in 2011; and in 2012 the Workshop on Geophysical Data Analysis and Assimilation at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics.
According to Randell, “GE and the technology introduced to us in undergraduate courses cover a whole range of applications. Hence, I can involve myself not only with projects under our Division or Program but also with inter-program researches and projects. Relating and communicating to decision and policy makers with the use of maps makes the contextualization of information easier for them. The skills obtained in GE undergraduate training are invaluable in my work.”
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