Research Publications (selected):
Inkjet printed and “doctor blade” TiO2 photodetectors for DNA biosensors Iwona Bernacka-Wojcik, Rohan Senadeera, Pawel Jerzy Wojcik, Leonardo Bione Silva, Goncalo Doria, Pedro Baptista, Hugo Aguas, Elvira Fortunato, Rodrigo Martins. Biosensors and Bioelectronics 25 (2010) 1229–1234
Fabrication of highly efficient polythiophene sensitized metal oxide photovoltaic cells G.K.R. Senadeera, K. Nakamura, T. Kitamura, Y. Wada and S. Yanagida Applied Physics Letters (American Institute of Physics) 83, (2003), 5470.
Highly stable dye-sensitized solid-state solar cell with the semiconductor 4CuBr.3S(C4H9)2 as the hole collector. K. Tennakone, G.K.R. Senadeera, D.B.R.A. De Silva and I.R.M. Kottegoda Applied Physics Letters (American Institute of Physics) 77, 15, (2000) 2367.
Dye sensitized solid-state solar cell with Copper (I) Bromide-alkyl sulphide complex (CuBr.R2S) as the positive charge collecting p-type semiconductor material. K. Tennakone, G.K.R. Senadeera and D.B.R.A. De Silva
International patent (Japan) Polymer sensitized solar cells with some thiophene derivatives. Patent applied by Nippon Kayaku - NKS 2624 No. 2003-36805 NIPPON KAYAKU CO.,LTD. Functional Chemical Res. Lab. Tokyo, Japan S. Yanagida, G.K.R. Senadeera, T. Kitamura etal
Portuguese patent Application No. 104634, Portugal Patent in Method for perpetrating electrochromic inks, Patent applied by Y-Dreams –Portugal 2009, Madan Parque - Sul, Quinta da Torre, 2825-149 CAPARICA. Portugal By Claudia B. da Costa, G.K.Rohan Senadeera, Elvira Maria Correia Fortunato and Ines Domingues da Silva Henriques.
Ph.D, M.Phil., M.Sc. students, undergraduate students trained during 2014 with their affiliations, completed graduated during 2014 Postgraduate students trained/supervised by Prof. M.A.K.L. Dissanayake and Dr. G.K.R. Senadeera during 2013/2014:
Undergraduate students trained during 2014 (period: 2-3 months):