Mandalay Technological University

Department of Civil Engineering

About Us

The department of civil Engineering has offered undergraduate courses since 1993. The department also offers the post-graduate programme with two specialization fields in water resources engineering and structural engineering for the master degree and Ph.D degree. The educational philosophy of the department emphasise learning the scientific fundamentals of engineering as a foundation for proficient and innovative practice. Interactive classroom lectures are augmented by hands-on laboratory sessions and design and research experience. At the both undergraduate and graduate levels, the students will have an academic advisor from whom the students can seek help in identifying opportunities to enhance their educational experience. Fora sustainable future as well as for the advancement of engineering teaching and research, collaboration between the department and industry can also be enjoyed in their student life. Presently, the department has highly qualified, experienced and dedicated teaching faculty members, actively participating in research and consultancy work. Over a period of time, the department has built up a wide research potential. Major area of research in the department  includes; sustainable development, low cost sanitation, water treatment, application of GIS and remote sensing in water resources and environment, vulnerability assessment, seismic analysis  of structures, retrofitting, soil structure  interaction, water resource assessment and management. The department strongly believes in continuous efforts to strive for excellence by exploring new frontiers of knowledge, impacting the latest technical knowledge to the students and conducting high quality research.

Programmes Offered

Bachelor of Engineering

B.E. (Civil)

Master of Engineering

M.E. (Structural Engineering); M.E (Water resource Engineering)

Doctor of Philosophy

Ph.D (Structural Engineering) ; Ph.D (Water Resources Engineering)

Civil Engineering department strongly believes in continuous efforts to strive for excellence by exploring new frontiers of knowledge, impacting the latest technical knowledge to the students and conducting high quality research.

Contact Info

Civil Engineering Department

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

+95-9-33064259
+95-2-57361
civilengineering@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:

  • Computer Room& library
  • Water Resources Engineering Laboratory
  • Environmental Engineering Laboratory
  • Structural Engineering Laboratory
  • Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory
  • Surveying Laboratory
  • Building Material &Construction Laboratory
History
Vision
Mission

Civil Engineering Department offered M.E and Ph.D courses. The courses scheduled to be offered have been reviewed and revised by Board of Postgraduate Studies of the Engineering Departments. Each course carries a ‘credit’ rating relating to the work load for each semester. The candidates registered for Master Degree is required to obtain minimum (60) credit points from two semesters. Each semester takes (16) weeks. In case of Ph.D courses, the candidates are required to obtain minimum (18) credit points of core courses from one semester. Four skill English courses are compulsory for both courses. The courses are designed to provide the students with the necessary research training oriented program and special assignments. In addition to formal course work, students are also required to participate in group seminars and weekly departmental seminars.

Vision

  • Expecting long lasting civil engineering knowledge and practices successfully while short term programs are implementing in through and effective ways.

Mission

  • To provide engineering students the ability to design and construct physical infrastructures as related to civil, environment, and communication activities in our society.

Department of Civil Engineering

List of Faculty Members

Dr. Nilar Aye

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

Degree: Ph.D (Civil, CWRE)
Corresponding Research Field: Water resources and Environmental Engineering

Sr. Name Degree Position Email Research Field
1. Dr. Aye Mya Cho Ph.D (Civil) Professor ayemyacho@mtu.edu.mm Construction Management, Wind and Earthquake Engineering
2. Dr. Kay Thwe Tun Ph.D (Civil) Professor kaythwetun@mtu.edu.mm

Geotechnical Engineering

3. Dr. Tin Tin Htwe Ph.D (Engineering) Professor tintinhtwe@mtu.edu.mm

Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

4. Dr. San Yu Khaing Dr.Engg (Structure) Professor sanyukhaing@mtu.edu.mm

Structural and Bridge Engineering

5. Dr. Nang Su Le` Mya Thwin Ph.D (Civil) Professor nangsulemyathwin@mtu.edu.mm

Building Materials and Construction

6. Daw Aye Aye Thant M.Engg (Civil & Environmental) Associate Professor ayeayethant@mtu.edu.mm

Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

7. Daw Tin Ni Ni Ko M.E (CSE) Associate Professor tinniniko@mtu.edu.mm

Structural and Bridge Engineering

8. Dr. Ohm Mar Zaw Ph.D (CSE) Associate Professor ohmmarzaw@mtu.edu.mm Building Materials and Construction
9. Dr. Thet Mon Soe Ph.D (CSE) Associate Professor thetmonsoe@mtu.edu.mm Wind and Earthquake Engineering
10. Daw Kyi Kyi Thein M.E (Civil) Lecturer kyikyithein@mtu.edu.mm Building Materials and Construction
11. Daw Ei Ei Phyu M.E (Civil) Lecturer eieiphyu@mtu.edu.mm

Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

12. Dr. Wai Mie Kyaw Ph.D (Civil) Lecturer waimiekyaw@mtu.edu.mm

Structural and Bridge Engineering

13. Daw Zin May Htun B.E (Civil) Lecturer zinmayhtun@mtu.edu.mm

Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

14. Dr. Khin Su Su Wai Ph.D (CSE) Lecturer khinsusuwai@mtu.edu.mm

Structural and Bridge Engineering

15. Dr. Yin Yin Htwe Ph.D (Civil) Lecturer yinyinhtwe@mtu.edu.mm

Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

16. Dr. Shwe Sin Phyo Ph.D (Civil) Lecturer shwewinphyo@mtu.edu.mm Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
17. Daw Than Mar Swe M.E (Civil) Lecturer thanmarswe@mtu.edu.mm Building Materials and Construction
18. Daw Aye Mya Moe B.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer ayemyamoe@mtu.edu.mm

Geotechnical Engineering

19. Daw Kyu Kyu Hmwe M.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer kyukyuhmwe@mtu.edu.mm Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
20. Daw Pwint Wai Wai Aung M.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer pwintwaiwaiaung@mtu.edu.mm Geotechnical Engineering
121 Dr. Thae Mon Zaw Ph.D (CSE) Assistant Lecturer thaemonzaw@mtu.edu.mm

Structural and Bridge Engineering

22. Daw Yin Mon Phyo B.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer yinmonphyo@mtu.edu.mm Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
23. Daw Zon Pwint Phyu B.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer zonpwintphyu@mtu.edu.mm Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
24. Daw Thingyi Kyaw B.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer thingyikyaw@mtu.edu.mm Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
25. Daw Hnin Nwe Aye B.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer hninnweaye@mtu.edu.mm Building Materials and Construction
26. Daw May Phyo Thu B.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer mayphyothu@mtu.edu.mm

Geotechnical Engineering

27. Daw Phyo Yi Mon M.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer phyoyimon@mtu.edu.mm Wind and Earthquake Engineering
28. Daw Aye Thet Zin B.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer ayethetzin@mtu.edu.mm

Structural and Bridge Engineering

29. Daw Phwe Phwe Ei B.E (Civil) Assistant Lecturer phwephweei@mtu.edu.mm Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
30. Dr. Nay Yee Kyaw Ph.D (CSE) Demonstrator nayyeekyaw@mtu.edu.mm Structural and Bridge Engineering

 

Research Activities

AREAS OF RESEARCH

Academic Year 2009-2010

  • Water Pollution Control for TaungTha Man Lake

Academic Year 2010-2011

  • Irrigation System for Chaungmanet Cultivated Area

Academic Year 2011-2012

  • Water Treatment Plants Model for MTU

Academic Year 2018-2019

  • Experimental Research on High-Strength Concrete

Academic Year 2019-2020

  • Design of Drinking Water Purification System for Tube Wells in Nat Kone Village
  • Evaluation of Wind Directionality Factor (Kd) in Mandalay
  • Health Monitoring of the Existing Bridge Structures

What can you do with your civil engineering degree?

Civil Engineering can be used in a wide range of applications such as in industrial, design and construction of structures (building, bridge, road, dam…), environmental and agricultural sectors.

Current Academic Research Fields

  • Water resources and Environmental Engineering
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Construction Management Engineering
  • Wind and Earthquake Engineering
  • Structural and Bridge Engineering
  • Building Materials and Construction Engineering