My name is Chiran Sachintha, and I’m a undergraduate, in the Department of Electronic and Telecommunication with specializing in Biomedical Enginnering at University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka.
I love to apply the knowledge of computing to solve complex computational problems. As long as there’s a problem to solve or a challenge to puzzle over, it’s bound to be something I love!
I like to keep myself busy; over the course of my high school years, I’ve been in my school’s Basketball team, an actor in multiple school productions, and member of Sinhala Literature Society. At university, I’ve been a committee member of IESL Student Chapter, Electronic Club and Nature Team. Through these societies I have engaged in a number of charity activities.
This site is host to a variety of things professional and personal; you can learn more about who I am, take a look at my resume, or read my git profile and if you have any questions, you can contact me via e-mail.
Projects - ETL System and File Upload, Recommendation Engine, Data Sense Engine, ZEPTO Insight Generation
Technologies - Rabbitmq, Celery, Python, Redis, MongoDB
Project - Classify Various Types of Transformers using Labels (Image Classifier)
Technologies - Python, UNET Architecture, ALEXNET Architecture
Algorithm and Data Structure, Machine Vision, Machine Learning, Web Development, Bioinformatics
Python, Java, Matlab, Arduino, Micro C, JS, PHP, HTML, CSS
MySQL, MongoDB, Redis
VScode, Pycharm, Git, Bootstrap, Django, Rabbitmq, Celery, TensorFlow, Pytorch, Keras
Matlab, PSpice, AutoCAD
OrCAD, Altium Designer, Proteus
Highest marks for combined mathematics in the Rahula College. (2014 GCE A/L)
Programming competition on complex mathematical problems organize by IEEE
Programming competition on complex mathematical problems ogarnize by IEEE university of Moratuwa student branch
Finalist of hackathon program conducted by Mobitel to give solution for current manual water meter reading using IoT and embedded systems.
Finalist of hackathon program conducted by CiSCO to give solution for environmental pollution (out of 150 teams from state and private universities).Prize
Mathematical and conditional generative adversarial networks (GANs) based approach for de-blurring images