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Malith Senaweera

Loves programming and problem solving. A self learner with a keen interest in research


Email: malithsenaweera@gmail.com 
Phone: 0775286997
Course: IS

Interests:Research, Social Network Analysis, Data Analytics, Natural Language Processing, Algorithms, Reading, Travelling

Technical Skills: JavaScript, Python, AngularJS, React, NodeJS, Ionic Gulp, Grunt, MongoDB, SQL, Flask, NLTK, Gephi, Git, SVN, Jenkins, Java, Ruby, php, Clojure Django, Laravel, Codeigniter, Webpack, CouchDB, Gephi, Jenkins, Docker, Codeigniter

Project Experience

Bassa
An automated download queue to optimize internet usage in UCSC

Dankotuwa
A sales support system for Dankotuwa porcelain
FuelMe
Mobile application to locate nearest Lanka IOC Fuel sheds

CobwebIO
IoT device orchestration platform

BestAtLK
A dashboard to showcase the highlights of Sri Lanka twiter community

PlayMyWay
A web player aimed at providing a fully flexible and dynamic playlist ordering based on user voting

Work Experience

  • Cambio Healthcare Systems: Software Engineering Intern 2017
  • Google Summer of Code 2017, Google Code-In 2016/17: Mentor
  • OlivLabs: Mobile Application Developer 2016
  • CobwebIO: Frontend Developer 2015

Achievements | Awards

  • Vice president of IEEE Student Branch University of Colombo School of Computing 2018/19
  • CERT Sri Lanka Security Quiz 2017 Champions
  • Google Summer of Code 2016
  • IEEEXtreme 9.0 country rank: 9 and world rank: 197

Final Year Project

The Influence of Community Interactions on User Affinity in Social Networks: A Facebook Case Study

Impact of the social networks has been the center of that discussion due to well-known cases of using social networks to sway people’s opinion in events crucial to the democracy such as the election. There is a significant public outcry about how social media is been used. We analyze the social interactions in Facebook during Local Government election 2018 to understand the actual impact and the nature of the impact of social media towards elections. So far we have produced the following publications

  • A weighted Network Analysis of User Migrations in a Social Network: Accepted for ICTer 2018
  • The Influence of Community Interactions on User Affinity in Social Networks: Accepted for NITC 2018