Dr. G.M.R.I. Godaliyadda

Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.
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Biography

Dr. G. M. Roshan Indika Godaliyadda received B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering with First Class Honors from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka in February 2005. He received the NUS (National University of Singapore) Research Scholarship on August 2006 to pursue his PhD studies at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department in the National University of Singapore, Singapore. He obtained the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from National University of Singapore, Singapore in March 2011. Thesis title of his research is ‘Super Resolution Algorithms for Indoor Positioning Systems’. His research work focused on development and analysis of versatile super resolution techniques for indoor positioning for LoS and NLoS conditions.

He was attached to the Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department as a Temporary Instructor from March 2005 to June 2005. He was employed as a Planning and Development Engineering at Dialog Telekom Ltd., Sri Lanka from June 2005 to June 2006. Currently he is attached to the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Peradeniya.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • PhD : National University of Singapore, Singapore (March 2011)

  • BSc : University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka (February 2005)

Memberships & Awards

  • Member of The Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka.

  • Member of The Institute of Navigation.

  • National University of Singapore Research Scholarship was awarded in August 2006 to pursue PhD studies at NUS, Singapore.

RESEARCH

INTERESTS


  • Signal Processing Techniques for Indoor/Urban/Underground Positioning Systems under Dense Multi-Path conditions

  • Super Resolution, Subspace Separation Techniques, for Noisy Conditions

  • Time Domain Techniques and Location based Fingerprinting Techniques for Positioning under LoS and NLoS conditions

  • Adaptive Signal Processing Techniques

  • GPS Repeater, Pseudolite, and AGPS based Systems for Indoor and Urban Environments