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Visitors to ASLGSC HQ

Visit of Prof. I. S. Jawahir PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 January 2014 09:07

Prof. I. S. Jawahir visited ASLGSC HQ on 28.12.2013, the last Saturday of December 2013. He is a Mechanical Engineering Graduate of Peoples Friendship University (1970-1975). After graduation he has worked in various capacities in Sri Lanka, PNG, Australia and USA in the field of mechanical engineering and since 1990 he has been attached to the University of Kentucky,USA, as Professor of Mechanical Engineering and James F. Hardymon Endowed Chair in Manufacturing Systems.

We are happy to learn that he is the  recipient of the Year 2013 American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME) Milton C. Shaw Manufacturing Research Medal. Congratulations!

We wish to note that Jawahir never fails to visit ASLGSC Headquarters whenever he comes to Sri Lanka.

Visit of Dr.Siripala Ranaweera PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 03 December 2013 09:45

Dr. Siripala Ranaweera (PFU 1965-1975) visited ASLGSC HQ on Nov 30th. He was an Associate Professor in the Department of Botany of University of Sri Jayawardhanepura prior to his departure to USA. Now he is attached to a global pharmaceutical compny-Bristol Myers Squibb as a Research Scientist. The photo taken with him shows L to R three members of the Calipso Band, Disa, Newton, Siri, Padma, Bandara, Hemantha, Susitha, Siva, Gamini, Dhammika, Yusuf, Thilak and Jaliya.

November 2013 Visitors PDF Print E-mail

The members and their spouses who were at ASLGSC HQ on 2nd Nov 2013. From L to R Jaliya, Bandara, Dr Refai, Karu, Chandra, Champika, Prof. Ismail - Vice Chancellor Eastern University of Sri Lanka, Molly Liyanage from Trinidad, Dr Yusuf, Geethi, Mrs. Sathischandra, Gina, Orr Liyanage from Trinidad, and Sathischandra.


Dr. Lakshman Jayaweera's visit to ASLGSC PDF Print E-mail

Dr. Lakshman Jayaweera, the Chairman/Director General of Board of Investment  Sri Lanka was an unexpected guest at the “Last Saturday of the Month Dinner” for October at ASLGSC Head Quarters held on 26th October 2013.

He is an alumnus of Peoples’ Friendship Unversity, Moscow, USSR, who  graduated in Chemical Engineering in early 1970’s. He is the founder of Hydromet Corporation Ltd, a leading resource recovery and chemical company listed in the Australian Securities Exchange.

April 2010 Visitors PDF Print E-mail

During last few days the ASLGSC had two visitors from overseas. The first one to arrive was Mr. Vladimir Kothzr who happened to be a very senior officer in the Foreign Students Section in the People’s Friendship University during the 70s.

Although he did not have a particularly close relationship with the Sri Lankan students like some others we used to know, Mr. Kothzr attentively listen to the students when they had problems. There were several occasions we  knew when he helped out SL students when they had encountered serious problems. In 2003, he took a particular interest to meet the SL delegation (ASLGSC) to the ‘Graduates Forum’ held in Moscow.

This time, he is here on a private visit to this country and it is his first time here. He happily accepted the invitation to the end of the month dinner hosted by Dr. Hector Weerasingha, Newton Karunaratna and Hemantha on 24th April.

He thoroughly enjoyed the evening, having met many of his old acquaintances. He admired our newly completed building and commented that in no other country, graduates from Russia have achieved such a feat.

The second visitor was one of our own, Mr. Kumar Athulathmudaly and his wife from Sydney, Australia. Having a brief and a busy stay in SL, Kumar was unable to join us for the dinner on 24th and could visit “Mahagedara’ only on Monday, 26th evening.

The President and a few of the EXCO members, who were free that evening, met him at the ASLGSC.

Kumar Athulathmudali is one of our members in Down under who vigorously campaigned for contributions for our building project successfully. He was also very pleased to see the present state of our building and congratulated the EXCO, assuring his continued support for any other future project we undertake.

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