Senior Lecturer – Grade I
- B.Sc. Physical Sciences (Honors) (SJP)
- M.Sc. Advanced Computing (UCSC)
- D. Eng. (Human-Computer Interaction) (Shimane University, Japan)
- Information & Communication Technologies
- Information Systems
- Information Security
- Blended Learning
- Human Computer Interaction
- Gesture Recognition
- IoT (Internet of Things)
Research and Publications
- Gunawardena, K. S. L. (2016). Foot-based static gesture interaction in water. Doctoral Thesis, Shimane University.
- Pitigala Liyanage, M. P., Gunawardena, K. S. L., & Hirakawa, M. (2013). A framework for adaptive learning management systems using learning styles. 2013 International Conference on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions (ICTer), (January 2016), 261–265.
- Kimura, K., Gunawardena, K. S. L., & Hirakawa, M. (2013). A framework for detecting positions of objects in water. In 2013 International Joint Conference on Awareness Science and Technology and Ubi-Media Computing (iCAST-UMEDIA), (pp. 679–685).
Peer Reviewed Articles:
- Pitigala Liyanage, M. P., Gunawardena, K. S. L., & Hirakawa, M. (2016). Detecting Learning Styles in Learning Management Systems Using Data Mining. IPSJ Transactions on Computers and Education, 2(1), 1–10.
- Gunawardena, K. S. L., & Hirakawa, M. (2015). GestureTank : A gesture detection water vessel for foot movements. International Journal on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions, 8(2), 1–11.
- Gunawardena, K. S. L., Kimura, K., & Hirakawa, M. (2014). SensorTank: An Interactive Water Vessel. Journal of Information Processing, 22(3), 547–555.
- Pitigala Liyanage, M. P., Gunawardena, K. S. L., & Hirakawa, M. (2014). Using Learning Styles to Enhance Learning Management Systems. International Journal on Advances in ICT for Emerging Regions, 07(02), 1–10.
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Important positions held
- Coordinator, Information Technology Resource Centre (ITRC) 2003-2006
- Chair, IEEE Computer Society Sri Lanka Chapter 2009-2010
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