samali

Samali Liyanage

I am an achievement-oriented individual who is willing to learn and explore. Due to my diverse passions in technology, music and literature, I strive to look at everything around me in multiple perspectives


Email: samali.liyanage93@gmail.com

Course: CS

Interests:
Technology, Music, Literature, Formula 1, Ideology

Technical Skills: 
Python, C, Blender, Unity3D, Documentation

Project Experience

Web Based Information and Administrative System for Chest Clinic, Borella (2015)The project was to introduce an automated system for the Chest Clinic in Borella, Sri Lanka to replace the existing manual methods carried out as the 2nd Year Group Project.

eXCode (2015)This is a standard and an accompanying system to eliminate the problem of expired products reaching the consumer market carried out as an entry to the Microsoft Imagine Cup – 2015 competition

Work Experience

  • Research Intern on the UCSC Project “Augmented Reality for Emergency Medicine” (September 2016 – February 2017)
  • Content Writer at Felidae (Pvt.) Ltd. (April 2013 – August 2013)
  • Freelancer on Fiverr.com (April 2015 – Present)

Achievements | Awards

  • Member of the delegation selected to represent Sri Lanka at JENESYS 2016 held in Japan, organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan
  • Finalist in the Local level competitions in Microsoft Imagine Cup 2015, for the project eXCode under the World Citizenship Category
  • Recipient of the Devi Swarna Padma Award for Outstanding Student of the Year 2012 awarded by Devi Balika Vidyalaya

Final Year Project

An Affordable Solution for Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation Training Using Virtual Reality

This project intends to develop low-cost technological tools to train ER personnel in Sri Lanka in order to acquire the skills necessary to successfully perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Intubation under Advanced Life Support (ALS). The successful completion of the project will see and augmentation of current training methods in this area which currently use mechanical manikins. This is a joint venture by the University of Colombo School of Computing and the Accident and Orthopedic Service of the National Hospital of Sri Lanka.