Congratulations to Nisssanka Seneviratne and Anushka Hapukotuwa, The a�?Team AlgoRa�? from SLIIT for emerging as one of the two winners in the #Microsoft South East Asia Imagine Cup 2018 competition! Their project was FarmAI; a predictive analytics solution which uses machine learning to improve farming. The team will compete at the Asia pacific finals in
The student community at SLIIT has the unique advantage of not only gaining knowledge in a specific area of study but also experiencing other non-academic areas that help them to hone important life-skills and become confident, well-rounded, creative individuals. Every year, the Faculty of Computing Student Community at SLIIT stages an extravaganza of the performing
Students of SLIIT organized a�?Esela Kalapayaa�� to enhance the value of Esela poya with the theme of a�?Sarasaviyata Daham Sisilaa�� which included various activities engaging staff and students. The week of Esela Kalapaya consisted of a Bhakthi Gee Festival and a Pirith ceremony which followed by an almsgiving.A�Our students also produced Sri Lankaa��s first ever
Organized by the first year engineering students of SLIIT, a�?Young EngineeringA�Expo 2016a��, showcased over 100 innovative exhibits at the SLIIT auditorium in Malabe recently.A�Along with the Chief Guest Prof. Lalith Gamage, President/ CEO SLIIT and Guest of HonourA�Prof. Lakshman Ratnayake, Chairman SLIIT, the Deans of all the faculties, academic staff,A�undergraduate students, parents and school children
Get ready to witness an extravaganza of talents and a spectacular evening filled with performances which will rob your hearts and souls. Talent Show of SLIIT Faculty of Engineering: a�?SLIITa��s Got Talenta�? was a massive success last year and will be even better with this episode. a�?SLIITa��s Got Talent 2015a�? A showcase for hidden talents
ROBOFEST is the annual robotic competition organized by the Faculty of Engineering of Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology. The competition was first held in 2010, where only students of Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology were encouraged to participate. In 2011, the competition was expanded so that interested students from all around the country
Application of the Finite Element Method inA�Restoration & Conservation of Ancient Stupas A Guest Lecture by Professor M.P Ranaweera from Univercity of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. We would like to welcome you all for this valuable speech on 21st of August 2014 at Main Auditorium, SLIIT Malabe Campus at 11.00 AM.