The SLIIT annual robotic competition Robofest organised by the Faculty of Engineering is currently underway, and will continue to September 08th, 2017. Held for the 8thA�consecutive year, the event is an opportunity for hundreds of school students to showcase their talents and innovations to a panel of experts and industry professionals. Look forward to witnessing
Young Engineering Expo is organised by SLIITa��s first year engineering students, and features a host of novel exhibits. Industry professionals and corporates have also been invited to witness budding talent and meet young inventors and visionaries. The expo which has expanded since its inception, is being conducted for the 3rd consecutive year, and has provided
Ruvini Kannangara, second year engineering student of SLIIT, the premier degree awarding institute, clinched three medals for Table Tennis at the recently concluded South Asian Games in India. Ruvini has also been selected to represent Sri Lanka at the Perfect 2016 World team Table Tennis ChampionshipsA�in Malaysia. Commenting on her performance, Prof. Lalith Gamage, President
The annual robotic competition organized by Faculty of Engineering, SLIIT was held on 1stA�and 2ndA�of September 2016 for the seventh consecutive year. Overwhelming enthusiasm among the school students and university students was outstanding this year as the seventh run of the annual encounter recorded 73 school teams representing all nine provinces of the country and
Spaghetti Bridge Competition organized by Civil Engineering Community was held on 17th August 2016 at Faculty of Engineering, SLIIT. Each group had to build a bridge made from Spaghetti. The bridge that was carried the heaviest load while still meeting specifications won the competition and bridges were loaded until they fail. Highlights of the event
The first year Engineering students of SLIIT organized a design exhibition titled a�?Young Expo 2015a�? at the SLIIT auditorium in Malabe recently. Over 90 exhibits, featuring a variety of designs, tools and solutions for real world engineering problems were showcased.A�Along with the Chief Guest Prof. Lalith Gamage, President/ CEO SLIIT and Guest of Honour Prof.
The launch of the MSc Degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management awarded by Sheffield Hallam University, UK at SLIIT was held on the 19thA�ofA�December 2014A�at the SLIIT Metro Campus premises.A� The event was attended by Professor Terrence Perera, Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Computer and Engineering Sciences from Sheffield Hallam University who