My teaching philosophy

My teaching philosophy centers around utilizing research-based learning approaches to enhance student engagement and foster critical thinking in the areas of robotics, mechatronics, automation, and control. I firmly believe in the power of hands-on experience and practical skills development, which is why I have developed and implemented project-based learning initiatives in these subjects. By providing students with opportunities to apply theoretical concepts to real-world scenarios, they can gain a deeper understanding of the material and develop valuable problem-solving skills. Additionally, I strive to stay updated with the latest advancements and industry practices in these fields, integrating relevant research findings into the curriculum to ensure that students are exposed to the most current knowledge. By combining these strategies, I aim to create an engaging and dynamic learning environment that prepares students for success in their academic and professional endeavors.

Teaching and leading of Mechatronics, Automation and Robotics and Control Systems Engineering modules to L2, L3, L4 and postgraduate students at University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.

Undergraduate Teaching

BSc Hons in Mechanical Engineering | BSc Hons in Electrical Engineering | BSc Hons in Computer Sciences & Engineering | BSc Hons in Materials Science in Engineering

Postgraduate Teaching 

MSc in Manufacturing Systems Engineering | MSc in Energy Technology | MSc in Industrial Automation

Teaching related activities

Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education (CTHE) at University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka (2016)

Provided services as a core member of Washington Accord accreditation team (2016 – 2021)

- Prepared documentation and evaluated Learning Outcomes (LOs) and Program Objectives (POs) for the Robotics, Automation, Biomedical Engineering, and Mechatronics modules to facilitate Outcome Based Education (OBE).