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Oshadee Jayamanne

Nottingham Geospatial Institute, University of Nottingham, NG7 2TU


About Oshadee

Passionately Exploring the Intersection of Geospatial Systems and Structural Monitoring


Greetings! I’m Oshadee Jayamanne, a passionate researcher from the lively island of Sri Lanka. With a strong commitment to geospatial systems and structural monitoring, I am embarking on an exciting path as a Ph.D. researcher at the acclaimed Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Geospatial Systems, University of Nottingham.


My academic journey began at the General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Surveying Sciences. With a humble pride, I state that I won the award for the best academic performance in Surveying Sciences degree and the distinguished recognition of being first in order of merit among all graduates across all faculties. My undergraduate research on incorporating GNSS data to monitor positional deformations in the icon Colombo Lotus Tower, motivated by a drive to push the boundaries of knowledge, sparked a deep interest in the subtle interplay between technology and infrastructure. This enthusiasm grew into a fervent desire to investigate GNSS and structural deformation monitoring, propelling me to the forefront of cutting-edge research in the area.


During my time as a probationary lecturer at the Faculty of Built Environment and Spatial Sciences, KDU, I polished my enthusiasm for academia and developed an insatiable appetite for new research. It was here that I immersed myself in the dynamic world of geospatial systems, establishing the framework for my Ph.D. studies.


Now, as a proud member of the CDT community, I am ready to go on a revolutionary journey to unravel the complexity of geospatial systems and shape the future of deformation monitoring. With a combination of academic prowess, hands-on experience, and an unshakable commitment to innovation, I am prepared to make significant contributions to the ever-changing world of geospatial research.


MRes Research

Analysing GNSS network data for deformation monitoring in multi-scale, multi-temporal civil engineering applications.



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