Dr. Diana Marie R. De Silva
Assistant Professor 6
BS Industrial Engineering, University of the Philippines Los Baños 2007
MS Finance, University of the Philippines Diliman 2012
PhD Management Engineering and Real Estate Economics, University of Padua, Italy 2019
Teaching and Research Interests:
Inter-organizational Relationships (Strategic alliances, collaborations, supply chain networks)
Project Development and Management
IE 21: Industrial Processes
IE 31: Industrial Organization and Management
IE 32/132: Methods Engineering
IE 135/125: Industrial Quality Control
IE 150: Systems Evaluation
IE 141: Operations Research I
IE 153/184: Project Development and Management
IE 155/185: Industrial Systems Design
IE 190/ 200/ 200a: Special Problems/ Thesis/ Practicum
NSTP 1/2: National Service Training Program
Scientific Journal Articles Published
Lu, M. M. D., De Silva, D. M. R., Peralta, E. K., Fajardo, A. N., & Peralta, M. M. (2016). Growth and yield of tomato applied with silicon supplements with varying material structures. Philippine e-Journal for Applied Research and Development, 6, 10-18.
Lu, M. M. D., De Silva, D. M. R., Peralta, E. K., Fajardo, A. N., & Peralta, M. M. (2015). Effects of nanosilica powder from rice hull ash on seed germination of tomato (lycopersicon esculentum). Philippine e-Journal for Applied Research and Development, 5, 11-22.
De Silva, D. M. R., Calibo, R. B., Rodulfo, V. A. Jr., Cabardo, J. J .S., Aquino, N. A., & Saraos, K. C. Q. (2013). Perception on quality attributes as value-drivers of milled rice in CALABARZON, philippines. Philippine Journal of Agricultural and Bio-systems Engineering, X(2013), 48-56.
Book Chapter Published
De Silva, D. M., Vermeiren, M., & Verwaal, E. (2021). The influence of alliance and partner characteristics on tensions in contractual alliances in technologically turbulent environments. In T. K. Das (Ed.). Managing the Partners in Strategic Alliances (pp. 195 – 221). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
De Silva, D. M., & Verwaal, E. (2021). Alliance capability development through the adoption and adaptation of intra- and inter-organizational management control practices. In T. K. Das (Ed.). Managing the Partners in Strategic Alliances (pp. 319 – 343). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
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