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Malambe SLIIT Campus ; Venue of IEEE Global Conference

The venue of the IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference is Sri Lanka Institute of Technology (SLIIT) because it is very much closure to the administrative capital of Sri Lanka , Sri Jayawardenapura Kotte as well as Commercial Capital City of Colombo Sri Lanka. SLIIT is situated at IT Park of New Kandy Road, Pittugala in Malambe Closure to the Sri Lanka Administrative Capital City of Sri Jayawardenapura and heart of the Education Hub of Sri Lanka Homagama where 21st centaury all leading education institutes are situated.
SLIiT is about 35 km distance away from Bandaranaike Inter National Airport (BIA) in Katunayake CMB. It is a half an hour journey to Malambe SLIIT IT Park by a car via from Katunayake – Colombo – Matara highway. Train services are operating from the Airport and to Colombo fort. Central Transport Board expanded its services to Malambe Slit and other private bus oprators and Taxi services also giving a round a clock services to the commuters.
On your way to Malambe SLIIT and Colombo city you will be passing all kinds of tourist board approved leading hotels providing of all kind of modern hospitality facilities, inclusive of five stars room services, restaurants with high caliber treatments and middle level hotels and rest houses with all kinds of tasty foods, delicacies with varieties for global tourists while staying in the city and touring the conference premises at Malambe and Sri Jayawardenapura capital city and the adjoining urban commercial areas etc.
SLIIT is a degree awarding university institute, approved by the University Grant commission and the Ministry of Higher Education Sri Lanka. SLIIT is a nonprofit organization offering multitude of degree programmes inclusive of information Technology, Engineering, Business Management, Architecture, Quantity surveying, Tourism and Hospitality Management. The conference Vice Chair and the Head, Department of Information Systems Engineering Dr. Pradeep Abeygunaawardena said SLIIT has gained its own identity by providing reliable experience lecturers, well equipped modern Information systems , Technological laboratories and sophisticated well maintained lecture halls, Library facilities with a modern equipments , large collection of books with new arrivals and other education materials to cover all areas of the modern technology and other fields. Giving special attention to the management and information sciences, industrial and business management, physical sciences , it is second to none when comparing with the other private sector degree awarding universities.
Sri Lanka Parliament complex, Death Guyana, Kotte Historical Museum and the Diyawanna oya reservoir and several other government and nongovernmental institutes are situated nearby areas with beautiful and attractive surroundings. You can enjoy with the different types of multi coloured bloomy trees with the different shapes and shades inclusive of foot paths for walking.
Boating,wind surfing, rowing crafts , swimming and bathing facilities are available nearby Kelani river Bolgoda and baire lakes crafting at Kitulgala 60 km away from the SLIT along Hatton Sri pada Mountai (Adams Peak) road, and sunny beaches along the west coast between Kaluthara and Mt Lavinea.
Several different types of food outlets are at Diyawanna Diyath uana sit with indigenous food items as well as foreign foods items on variety of recipes made by Ceylon Hotel School train full qualified graduates Chefs and other hospitality staff.
Sri Lankan traditional Kandyan, Low country and Sabaragamu dancers are ready to present their traditional dances and rural folk dances on requests at Battaramulla Jana Kalakendraya. These things could be seen and enjoy with the local artists at the nearby Theatre, by the name APEGAMA Janakala Circle where you can see and understand the pulse of the genuine rural folk and the indigenous people Veddha Community (early settlers lived in interior Sri Lanka. The gypsies Ahikuntika community who speaks Thelengu language and caffry community who speaks Portuguese language also could be seen on requests.
Malambe SLIIT is providing facilities and giving coverage of the conference activities is quite wide and technical papers / special sessions / workshops / tutorials / exhibits touching humanitarian aspects from various fields of engineering and technology such as telecommunication, energy, robotics, computing and biomedical engineering etc.
Those who are interested in participating in this global conference can find more information at and for specific queries one can contact the Conference Chair Professor Kithsiri Liyanage of the Faculty of Engineering of University of Peradeniya, the Publicity Chair, Dr Jeevani Jayasinnghe of the Faculty of Applied Sciences of Wayamba University of Sri Lanka or the Technical Program Chair Prof. Ruwan Gopura of Faculty of Engineering of University of Moratuwa. All enthusiastic parties are invited to submit papers and proposals for workshops, tutorials, special sessions and exhibitions. Those who are interested in submitting tutorial presentations are invited to contact Dr. S. Vasanthapriyan of the Faculty of Applied Sciences of Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka and Dr. Prabahth Binduhewa of the Faculty of Engineering of University of Peradeniya. Those who are willing to sponsor activities in the conference are invited to communicate their interest to Finance chair Dr. Sarath Kumara of Faculty of Engineering of University of Peradeniya. The complete list of organizing committee and contact information are found in the conference web site.

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