Hiranthi Tennakoon

I am committed and self-motivated individual who is who is always willing to work as a team and collaborate my maximum effort to do the work a success.

Email: hiranthitrk@gmail.com
Course: IS

Interests: Business Analysis, Software Quality Assurance. Project Management

Technical Skills: Business Process modeling, Requirement Engineering. Software quality Management. Project Management. Web development.

Project Experience

A web based Video Bay for UCSC students : A web based system for UCSC students where it is possible to watch previous lecture videos which are synchronized with the particular slide set. Experience gained on requirement elicitation, analysis, database design, software quality assurance and interface designing.

Web portal for medical clinic : Online web portal for medical clinic where patients can online place a booking and search for Doctor details.

Work Experience

Orange Software(Inc.) : Trainee Software Quality Assurance Engineer (06 months internship)
I worked as a trainee Quality Assurance Engineer of both product team and Support team where I gained experience on writing test cases, writing deployment guides, conducted system upgrade testing, functional testing, system release presentation and working as a maintenance team member.

Achievements | Awards

• Senior Prefect in 2003 and 2005 in Mary Immaculate convent
• Completed Advance web development course at UCSC 2014 successfully
• Completed CCHRM course at IPM 2015 with a Merit pass
• Coordinator of Women In Engineering UCSC – 2015
• Western Music And Speech Theory Examination Trinity college London 2008

Final Year Project

A novel approach to identify imbalance of human lower body musculoskeletal system via gait analysis using motion tracking

The main objective of this research project is to find a novel self-identification mechanism of human musculoskeletal imbalance. Human gait cycle is tracked using motion tracking device and compare measurements with standard measurements in order to give the status of the individual’s musculoskeletal system. The motion tracking device we used is Kinect version 1 and prototype development is done in C#.