Suranga and Samaneh won the NASSCOM 2015 IT Innovation Award

Published on May 1, 2015

Congratulations to MSRG Students Suranga Seneviratne and Samaneh Movassaghi who have received the NASSCOM 2015 IT Innovation Awards! There were two awards this year and both have been won by two MSRG students out of the 9 finalists. Great achievement!

Suranga Seneviratne‘s project ‘PrivMetrics’ won the award in IT Technical Innovation Category. Suranga’s work is supervised by Aruna Seneviratne.

Samaneh Movassaghi‘s work on “An Innovative Approach to Self-Organizing Battery-Less Interference-Free Wearable Networks” won the award in IT Enabled Business Innovation Category. Samaneh’s work is supervised by David Smith and Mehran Abolhasan from UTS.

NASSCOM 2015 IT innovation awards covers IT PhD candidates across all Australian universities: https://nasscom.org.au/nsi-awards-2015-winners/

It is our pleasure to also mention another project from MSRG Students received one of the two “Highly Commended” awards. This is Girish Revadigar and Chitra Javali‘s project on ‘Ultra-lightweight Security Mechanisms for Wearable Devices’.

Nascomm winners

Samaneh Movassaghi (left) and Suranga Seneviratne (right)