Suneth Fernando

Suneth Fernando BSc, MSc, MBCS, AMACS

  • Lecturer


Role in the University

  • Lecturer


Suneth is a University lecturer in the Applied Computing department. Prior to joining UWTSD London, Suneth worked as a visiting lecturer at the University of Greenwich where he taught on computer science related modules. Suneth obtained a MSc Degree from University of Sunderland in 2010 and a BSc (Hons) degree in Computer Science from the British Computer Society in 2008.

He has over a decade of experience in IT and software engineering and has worked in various roles in industry as well as academia. He teaches modules within the Cloud computing and Certificate of Higher Education Skill for the Workplace programmes.

Member of

  • British Computer Society
  • Australian Computer Society

Academic Interests

Suneth's academic interests include Database Engineering, Development Frameworks & Methods, IS Planning, User Interface Design, Programming Framework, information requirement analysis, E-Commerce, Web Application development, IT Project and Quality Management, Software Development, Information Systems, Computer Network Technology, Database Systems/Advance Database Management systems, Professional Issues, System Analysis & Design, IT Service Management, Object Oriented Programming, Management Information Systems, Computer Service Management, Software Engineering, System Design Methods, Programming Paradigms, Cloud Computing and served as a project supervisor of computing research projects.

Research Interests

Suneth's research interests include Information System Adoption, Cloud Computing Technologies, Big Data and Analytics, Machine Learning, and Internet of Things.

Enterprise, Commercial & Consultancy Activities

Suneth has worked in partnership with clients, advised them how to use information technology to meet their business objectives and to overcome problems. He has worked with clients to improve the structure and efficiency of their IT systems. He has also provided strategic guidance to clients with regard to technology and IT infrastructures and enabled major business processes through enhancements to IT.