Ajani De Vas Gunasekara

PhD research scholar
Monash University
Teaching Associate
Monash University

Clayton, VIC

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Ajani De Vas Gunasekara is a PhD candidate and Teaching Associate in the School of Mathematics at Monash University with a great interest in discrete mathematics. Her current research project is mainly focused on Combinatorial design theory.

Ajani obtained her master’s degree in mathematics from the University of Central Florida, USA, and she received the mathematics master’s thesis award for her research project. Furthermore, she worked as a teaching assistant in the school of mathematics while she was engaged in her studies.

She received her bachelor’s degree (specialized in mathematics) from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka with a GPA of 3.93/4.00, and was the recipient of an academic excellence award and colours awardee for chess. Right after graduating, she had the opportunity to work as a teaching assistant and then a lecturer in the mathematics department.

She has published several journal articles and conference abstracts related to her field and would like to contribute both in teaching and research.