Sandun Priyamewan Madola

Sandun Priyamewan Madola

Computer Science undergraduate who likes creativity and thinks smarter way. Learner and good friend for all.


E-mail: sandunmadola7@gmail.com | phone: +94710754861 | Course: CS

Passionate about thinking different and like to come up with my own methods in problem solving. I like to share my knowledge as well as learn from anybody. I am self-motivated by doing things smarter way myself and as a team.

Interests: Algorithms, programming, UI/UX, Drawing, Photoshop and illustrator, volunteering

Technical Skills: JJava, Python, C, PHP, HTML5, CSS3, MySQL, Maven, GIT, JAX-RS, Arduino, Material design, Angular-JS

Project Experience

Dynamic Carpooling
An Android application and web application. This is an alternative method for common transportation in Sri Lanka. Implemented using PHP, MYSQL, Google Map API and mobile GPS.

Panaash Sweetshop
Responsive web application for an Indian sweetshop. Able to share content in Facebook and Tweet. Implemented using Joomla. Mobile app created using PhoneGap.

Standalone application – Nirosha and Fancy house
Software for small shop to generate billing system via barcode readings. Implemented using NetBeans IDE, Java, jasper report, barcode reading system.

Work Experience

IFS R&D International (Pvt) Ltd.: Six month internship as a Trainee Software Engineer. Implemented single page responsive web application for tracking, borrowing, booking devices currently used at IFS and for making requests for new devices and managing new requests. – Angular-JS, HTML5, CSS, GIT, MYSQL, JAX-RS, Maven, Material Design.

Achievements | Awards

• First place in iHack 1.0
• Finalist for the Google IO Hackathon 2015 – Smart Spring
• Participated in Microsoft Imagine Cup, ACES coders v5.0, IEEEXtreame in three years
• Taekwondo 2 nd place 53-58kg Category in University of Colombo.
• Swimming 2 nd place fresher’s meet in University of Colombo.
• 1 st place in Pole vault in Bandaranayake College Gampaha.

Final Year Project

Implementing MAC layer protocol for bidirectional communication in Visual Light Communication

Final year research to develop a prototype for establish bidirectional visual light communication within more than three nodes. Implement Media Access Layer protocol for LED to LED bidirectional communication. Involves modifying LED to LED communication system on top of the open hardware platform. Arduino IDE, C, LEDs, Optical wireless technologies.

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