Dr Jayathilake Pahala Gedara
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- Address: School of Engineering
Newcastle upon Tyne
Dr Jayathilake Pahala Gedara is a Research Associate in the School of Engineering at Newcastle University.
Areas of expertise
- BSc in Mechanical Engineering, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, 2003
- PhD in Computational Fluid Dynamics, National University of Singapore, 2010
- PhD (NUS, Singapore)
- BSc (University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka)
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Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Biomechanics, Non-Newtonain Fluids
Current Work (2014/OCT-Present)
School of Mechanical & Systems Enginering
- Frontiers in Engineering biology (http://research.ncl.ac.uk/nufeb/)
Previous Work (2010/JAN-2014/OCT)
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Singapore-MIT Alliance
National University of Singapore
- Exploratoty study of the impact of climate change on mucociliary functions as the first line of defence against air-borne infectious diseases
- Design-Simulate-Fabricate micro/nano-fluidics for cell and biomolecule manipulation
- Multilayer functional composites for personnel protection against improvised explosive devices
- Jayathilake PG, Gupta P, Li B, Madsen C, Oyebamiji O, Gonzalez-Cabaleiro R, Rushton S, Bridgens B, Swailes D, Allen B, McGough AS, Zuliani P, Ofiteru ID, Wilkinson DJ, Chen J, Curtis TP. A mechanistic individual-based model of microbial communities. PLoS One 2017, 12(8), e0181965.
- Oyebamiji OK, Wilkinson DJ, Jayathilake PG, Curtis TP, Rushton SP, Li B, Gupta P. Gaussian process emulation of an individual-based model simulation of microbial communities. Journal of Computational Science 2017, 22, 69-84.
- Oyebamiji OK, Wilkinson DJ, Pahala-Gedara J, Rushton SP, Li B, Bridgens B, Zuliani P. A Bayesian approach to modelling the impact of hydrodynamic shear stress on biofilm deformation. PLOS ONE 2018, 13(4), e0195484.