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Nov 16, 2017. | By: Admin

Two of our researchers Mr. Prabhash Kumarasinghe and Ms. Dilushi Piyumwardhana presented three posters at SENSYS 2017 conference based on ASSEST and D4D projects at Delft, The Netherlands on November 5-8, 2017.

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Nov 10, 2017. | By: Admin

One of our researchers Ms. Akarshani Amarasinghe addressed ICTer 2017 conference entitled Suppressing Dengue via a Drone System at University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka.

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Oct 7, 2017. | By: Admin

One of our heads Dr. Kasun De Zoysa addressed DRONET 2017 conference entitled Identifying Mosquito Breeding Sites via Drone Images at Niagara Falls, New York, USA on June 23, 2017.

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Oct 7, 2017. | By: Admin

SCoRe Group won the Best Paper Award for ASSEST project at DCOSS conference. Dr. Chamath Keppetiyagama presented the paper on Elephant Detection. The conference was held at Ottawa, Canada on June 5-7, 2017.

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Jun 14, 2017. | By: Admin

Drone for Dengue (D4D) is a system for detecting dengue mosquito breeding sites via drone images. Public Health Inspectors (PHIs) in Sri Lanka are facing a problem of identifying certain mosquito breeding sites since they cannot easily reach places such as roof gutters, overhead water tanks, inaccessible rooftops and cement materials which are capable of retaining water.

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Jun 13, 2017. | By: Admin

Drone for Dengue (D4D) is a system for detecting dengue mosquito breeding sites via drone images. Public Health Inspectors (PHIs) in Sri Lanka are facing a problem of identifying certain mosquito breeding sites since they cannot easily reach places such as roof gutters, overhead water tanks, inaccessible rooftops and cement materials which are capable of retaining water.

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May 25, 2017. | By: Admin

Drone for Dengue (D4D) is a system for detecting dengue mosquito breeding sites via drone images. Public Health Inspectors (PHIs) in Sri Lanka are facing a problem of identifying certain mosquito breeding sites since they cannot easily reach places such as roof gutters, overhead water tanks, inaccessible rooftops and cement materials which are capable of retaining water.

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May 7, 2017. | By: Admin

The Sustainable Computing Research Group (SCoRe) at UCSC has conducted research covering various aspects of wireless sensor networks, embeded systems, digital forensic, information security, mobile applications and e-learning. The goal of our research is to generate computing solutions through identifying low cost methodologies and strategies that lead to sustainability.

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Jan 26, 2016. | By: Dilushi Piumwardane, GCI mentor.

The Sustainable Computing Research Group (SCoRe) at University of Colombo School of Computing, conducts research covering various aspects of wireless sensor networks, embedded systems, digital forensic, information security, mobile applications and e-learning. The goal of our research is to generate computing solutions through identifying low cost methodologies and strategies that lead to sustainability.

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Jan 15, 2016. | By: Admin

The Sustainable Computing Research Group (SCoRe) at University of Colombo School of Computing has conducted research covering various aspects of wireless sensor networks, embedded systems, digital forensic, information security, mobile applications and e-learning. The goal of our research is to generate computing solutions through identifying low cost methodologies and strategies that lead to sustainability.

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