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Computing and Information Systems

Industrial and Academic Collaborations

Industrial Training 

Students need to have an Industrial Training related to Information Systems at a relevant Industry.  The duration of the project period should be minimum15 weeks. A project report should be submitted at the end of the semester and should be presented and defended by the respective student in front of an Examination Committee appointed by the Department. Throughout the degree program, the students get the opportunity to have industrial visits as well.

Academic Collaborations with SLASSCOM

The academic staff members of the Department of Computing and Information Systems led by the Head of the Department Professor S. Vasanthapriyan had a collaboration meeting with SLASSCOM - the national chamber for the IT/BPM industry in Sri Lanka. The meeting was held online on the 06th of November 2020. Potential collaborations in the areas including research, internships, as well as curriculum design and development were discussed during the meeting. The Department gratefully acknowledges the participation of Ms. Chaminda de Silva, Mr. Shevan Goonatilleke, Mr. Nuwan Perera, Mr. Dileesha Rajapakse, and Mr. Andrew Davy from SLASSCOM who shared their valuable insights. In the future expansions and developments, the Department eagerly looks forward to networking with SLASSCOM in realizing its aim to produce industry-ready graduates through the BSc Honours Degree Programme in Computing and Information Systems and the newly introduced BSc Honours Degree Programme in Software Engineering.

Academic Collaborations with Nagaoka University of Technology

The Department of Computing and Information Systems organized a Guest Lecture by Professor Yuta Nishiyama, an Associate Professor from the Department of Information and Management Systems Engineering, Nagaoka University of Technology (NUT), Japan. The event which took place at the Faculty of Applied Sciences on 7th March 2019 aimed at further strengthening the collaborations between NUT and SUSL.

You can find the lecture slides here:

Lecture Slides.pdf

Opportunities at NUT for SUSL students:

  • Nagaoka Summer School for Young Engineers (NASSYE)
  • JASSO Scholarship for a student to visit NUT for a period of 03 months
    • Information for Scholarship of JASSO.pdf
    • Documents
  • NUT Admission Schedule

Applications need to be processed through the University and therefore please contact the Department of Computing and Information Systems for further information.