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Hansi Sachintha Alwis is a PhD candidate in the College of Engineering, IT and Environment under the supervision of Dr Vinuthaa Murthy. Her current research focuses on the characterisation of metal nanoparticles conjugated with Kakadu plum extracts with biomedical applications and on applying Computational techniques to understand the surface interaction between nano surfaces and organic molecules. Hansi completed her Bachelor of Science special degree (Honours Degree) in the field of chemistry from the University of Sri Jayewardenepura (USJP), Sri Lanka. She has previously researched the creaming property of different grades of black tea liquors in Sri Lanka and studied the various factors affecting ice tea liquor quality (Sri Lankan Black tea). After graduation, she worked as a teaching assistant in the chemistry department, as an assistant lecturer and assistant programme coordinator in the B. Sc. (Honours) degree programme conducted by the faculty of applied sciences, USJP.
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