Mandalay Technological University

Department of Chemical Engineering

About Us

Chemical Engineering Department was built up in 1994-1995. It is situated in Workshop No.3 at the Southern Part of the Main Building, Mandalay Technological University.

Programmes Offered

Bachelor of Engineering

B.E. (Chemical)

Master of Engineering

M.E. (Chemical)

Doctor of Philosophy

Ph.D (Chemical)

Diploma of Food Technology

D.F.T

Chemical Engineering focuses on environmental quality improvements through the application of chemical engineering principles.

Contact Info

Chemical Engineering Department

Building no. xx
Department of Chemical Engineering
Mandalay Technological University
Patheingyi Township
Mandalay, Myanmar

+95-9-33064238, +95-9-402597178
+95-2-57361
chemicalengineering@mtu.edu.mm

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 4:00P.M.

To ensure that our undergraduate and graduate programs are qualified, the following facilities that have been assembled:

  • Unit operation Laboratory
  • Quality Control Laboratory
  • Food Technology Laboratory
  • Biotechnology Laboratory
  • Biomass and Biofuel Laboratory
  • Environmental Laboratory
  • Department Library
History
Vision
Mission

Chemical Engineering Department was founded in 1994 – 1995 under Mandalay Technological University, Mandalay, Myanmar. At that time, the Head of Chemical Engineering Department was Daw Aye Aye Kyaw (Associate Professor). From 1994 to 2004, undergraduate course (regular) in chemical engineering was offered and undergraduate course (in service) in chemical engineering was offered from 2001 to 2005 at Mandalay Technological University. In academic year 2004 – 2005, master program (regular) in chemical engineering was offered. Since 2004, master program (in service) in chemical engineering was offered. Ph.D program in chemical engineering was offered in Department of Chemical Engineering at Mandalay Technological University since 2005.

Vision

  • Our vision at MTU will be known for leadership in research and education that focuses on environmental quality improvements through the application of chemical engineering principles.

Mission

  • To prepare the students for professional practices, graduate study, lifelong learning,
  • To advance the scientific and technological basis for chemical engineering practice
  • To give a clear concept of the important principles and general methods concerning with the chemical engineering field and other related fields.
Department of Chemical Engineering

List of Faculty Members

Dr. Chaw Su Su Hmwe

Professor & Head of Department
chawsusuhmwe@mtu.edu.mm

Degree: Ph.D (ChE)
Corresponding Research Field: Environmental Engineering

Sr. Name Degree Position Email Research Field
1. Dr. Mie Mie Han Htun Ph.D (ChE) Professor miemiehanhtun@mtu.edu.mm Biofuel
2. Dr. April Nway Nway Htet Ph.D (ChE), Ph.D (Engineering), Japan Professor aprilnwaynwayhtet@mtu.edu.mm Environmental Engineering
3. Dr. Thet Thet Wai Ph.D (ChE) Professor thetthetwai@mtu.edu.mm Environmental Engineering
4. Dr. May Zon Kyawt Oo Ph.D (ChE) Professor mayzonkyawtoo@mtu.edu.mm Renewable Energy
5. Dr. Myo Min Win Ph.D (ChE) Professor myominwin@mtu.edu.mm Environmental Engineering
6. Dr. Ei Mon Aung Ph.D (ChE), Ph.D (Engineering), Japan Professor eimonaung@mtu.edu.mm Renewable Energy
7. Dr. Myat Kyaw Ph.D (ChE) Associate Professor myatkyaw@mtu.edu.mm Renewable Energy
8. Daw Zan Win Moh Moh Phoo M.E (ChE) Associate Professor zanwinmohmohphoo@mtu.edu.mm Renewable Energy
9. Daw Mu Mu Aye B.E (Chemical Engineering), M.S (Biotechnology), MPA  (Public Administration) Associate Professor mumuaye@mtu.edu.mm Environmental Engineering
10. Daw San San Maw M.E (ChE), Germany M.Sc (Vocational Education) Associate Professor sansanmaw@mtu.edu.mm Renewable Energy
11. U Thet Paing Zaw M.E (ChE) Lecturer thetpaingzaw@mtu.edu.mm Food
12. Daw Yin May Thant B.E (ChE) Lecturer yinmaythant@mtu.edu.mm Food
13. Daw Thin Thin San B.E (ChE) Lecturer thinthinsan@mtu.edu.mm Food
14. U Myo Thu B.E (ChE) Lecturer myothu@mtu.edu.mm Renewable Energy
15. Daw Mu Mu Aung M.E (ChE) Lecturer mumuaung@mtu.edu.mm Food
16.

Dr, Thi Thi Win

Ph.D (ChE) Lecturer thithiwin@mtu.edu.mm Food
17.

Daw Naing Naing Aye

M.E (ChE) Lecturer naingnaingaye@mtu.edu.mm Food
18. Daw Thandar Soe B.E (ChE) Lecturer thandarsoe@mtu.edu.mm Food
19.

Daw Win Sandar Tun

B.E (ChE) Assistant Lecturer winsandartun@mtu.edu.mm Food
20. Daw Yi Yi Zaw B.E (ChE) Assistant Lecturer yiyizaw@mtu.edu.mm Food
21. Daw Zar Li Shwe M.E (ChE) Assistant Lecturer zarlishwe@mtu.edu.mm Food

 

Research Activities

AREAS OF RESEARCH

Academic Year 2009-2010

  • Processing of Natural Fruit Candy
  • Preserving Method of Mango Slice and Candy
  • Ethanol and Glycerol Recovery from Biodiesel Waste
  • Organic Fertilizer Preparation from Jatropha Meal

Academic Year 2010-2012

  • Extraction of Jatropha Oil from Jatropha Seed
  • Preparation of Catalyst (Zeolite Y-type) for Petroleum Cracking
  • Dehydrated Ethanol Production by Using Zeolite P-type
  • Manufacture of Alkyd Resin in Application of Paint

Academic Year 2012-2013

  • Dehydration of Ethanol- Water Mixture using Lignocellulosis based Adsorbents
  • Production of Fine Silica Powder from Rice Husk Ash

What can you do with your chemical engineering degree?

Chemical Engineering can be used in a wide range of applications such as in food, medical, industrial, environmental and agricultural sectors.

Current Academic Research Fields

  • Renewable Energy Field
    • Production of Bioethanol from microalgae (Sargassum Sp.)
    • Production of Liquid Fuel from Mixed Plastics Wastes