POSTED: 28 Aug, 2023
Cooperation and sharing of information are vital for the success of our Center. To support this, we ask our PhD Researchers to give a brief introduction to their projects within the initial 6 months.
During our latest seminar, Akash Hettiarachchi and Louis Fernandez provided an outline of their projects’ objectives, methodology, and anticipated outcomes.
As they continue their research, we’ll keep you posted on their progress. Meanwhile, you can learn more about their research updates HERE.
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