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THE OUR GRADUATES, WHO RECEIVED COMPETITIVE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES
NO
NAME
STUDENT NUMBER
SPECIALIZATION AREA
PhD/MASTER
SCHOLARSHIP
CURRENT OCCUPATION
01
Ms. S H N Husna
FM/FW/2016/039
Oceanography and Marine Geology
Erasmus Mundus MSc in Marine Environment and Resources (MER+)
Erasmus Mundus International Master Programme
Temporary Demonstrator, University of Ruhuna
02
Ms. L G H Prasadee
FM/FW/2016/033
Water Sciences and Technology
International Master of Science in Environmental Technology and Engineering
Erasmus Mundus International Master Programme in Environmental Technology and Engineering 2022 –2024
Temporary Demonstrator, University of Ruhuna
03
Ms. C W Kiel
FM/FW/2016/016
Oceanography and Marine Geology
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Tropical Biodiversity and Ecosystems. (TROPIMUNDO)
Erasmus Mundus International Master Programme
Temporary Demonstrator, University of Ruhuna
04
Mr. R N Sameera
FM/FW/2016/012
Water Sciences and Technology
Masters of Science in Applied Ecohydrology
Erasmus Mundus Scholarship program
Temporary Research Assistant, University of Ruhuna
05
Ms. W G A N Adikar
FM/FW/2016/010
Water Sciences and Technology
MSc chemistry (professional practice) SW
Nottingham Trent University, UK
Temporary Demonstrator, University of Ruhuna


Awardees of Scholarships for MSc under MoU between South China Sea Institute of Oceanology (SCSIO) and University of Ruhuna (UoR)
NO
NAME
STUDENT NUMBER
TOPIC OF THE RESEARCH
CURRENT STATUS
01
T.S.M. Elapathage
FS/2007/079
Environment regime impact on Black Marlin and Yellowfin tuna distribution in the waters around India and Sri Lanka.
Completed PhD in SCSIO, Lecturer in University of Peradeniya
02
Gayan Pathirana
FS/2009/152
Thermal Situation in the Bay of Bengal and its consequences on the air-sea interactions
Completed the MSc in 2019, Lecturer in University of Ruhuna
03
W.A. Erandi Lakshani
FS/2009/151
Impact of anomalous sea surface temperature in the tropical Indian Ocean -western Pacific on precipitation in Sri Lanka during summer monsoon.
Completed the MSc in 2019
04
W. Chathurika Hemamali
FS/2010/197
Securing of Sri Lankan extended continental shelf - a review of continental shelf submissions of the Bay of Bengal.
Completed the MSc in 2019
05
S.A.H.K. Dassanayaka
FS/2011/259
Isolation and structural elucidation of the secondary metabolites of marine fungal species.
Completed the MSc in 2019 and Upgraded to PhD in 2019

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