Jeewanthi Gangani Sirisena has obtained her 1st class honors degree of Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka in 2009 and Master of Engineering in Water Engineering and Management from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand in 2013. She worked as an Irrigation Engineer in Department of Irrigation, Sri Lanka from Aug 2009 to Aug 2011. After her masters degree, she joined as a Research Engineer in Lanka Hydraulic Institute (Ltd), Sri Lanka till April 2016. She is now associated with both Coastal Systems and Engineering and Port Development (CSEPD) and Hydrology and Water Resources (HWR) chair groups of Water Science and Engineering Department as a PhD Fellow.
Topic"Process based modelling of future variations in river flows and fluvial sediment fluxes to coasts in data poor regions due to climate change and human activities".
Sirisena, T. A. J. G., Maskey, S., Ranasinghe, R., & Babel, M. S. (2018). Effects of different precipitation inputs on streamflow simulations in Irrawddy River Basin, Myanmar. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 19(2018), 265-278. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2018.10.005