To ensure that our undergraduate and graduate programs are qualified, the following facilities that have been assembled:
Mandalay Institute of Technology (MIT) was founded at 1st October, in 1991. It initially pursued undergraduate courses conducted by six departments such as Civil, Mechanical, Electronics, Electrical Power, Chemical and Architecture.
In Electrical Power Department, there are four types or programs were offered. They are engineering diploma or certification courses, Bachelor, Master and Doctor of Philosophy in electrical engineering. The first one is not included and the others are opening regularly.
The six years Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) for Centre of Excellence is opened on December, 2012 and that course and others will be continued every year.
Our Electrical Power Department has few teachers for a long time, but there are many teachers in it. At present, the electrical laboratory equipments are not enough for students and some indoor/outdoor laboratory equipments are needed but the students are familiar with their laboratory equipments.
To impart knowledge in electrical technology to meet the international standards and make the electrical engineering ethically and emotionally strong enough to meet the technological challengers for the well being of our country in coming years.
To educate students who are capable of taking a leadership affecting the broad aspects of the electrical engineering discipline, power engineering industry, and society.
To develop the electrical power engineering department as a centre of excellence in Power System Engineering, Power Electronics and Industrial Drives, Renewable Energies and other related areas of research.
Degree: Ph.D (Electromechanics and Electrical Apparatuses)
Corresponding Research Field: Power System
|1.||Dr. Myint Thuzar||Ph.D (EP)||Professoremail@example.com||Power System|
|2.||Dr. Swe Swe Myint||Ph.D (EP)||Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
|3.||Dr. Tun Lin Naing||Ph.D (EP)||Professoremail@example.com||Power System|
|4.||Daw San Myint Yee||M.E (EP)||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
|5.||U Thet Tin||M.E (EP)||Associate Professoremail@example.com||Electrical Machine|
|6.||U Kyaw San Lwin||M.E (EP)||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
|7.||U Thet Naing Htun||M.E (EP)||Associate Professoremail@example.com||Power System|
|8.||U Zaw Htet Myint||M.E. (Electrical Engineering, Electro mechanics, and Electro technologies)||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Power System|
|9.||Dr. Aye Myat Thin||Ph.D (EP)||Lectureremail@example.com||Electrical Machine|
|10.||Dr. Lai Yee Win||Ph.D (EP)||Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Renewable Energy|
|11.||Dr. Mai Kai Suan Tial||Ph.D. (Electrical Engineering)||Lectureremail@example.com||Power System|
|12.||U Zaw Win Paing||B.E (EP)||Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Power System|
|13.||Daw Chaw Su Hlaing||B.E (EP)||Lectureremail@example.com||Electrical Machine|
|14.||Daw Thu Zar Win||M.E (EP)||Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine/Automotive Electrical Engineering|
|15.||Daw Su Myat Thandar Win||M.E (EP)||Lectureremail@example.com||Renewable Energy|
|16.||Daw Aye Aye Tun||M.E (EP)||Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
|17.||Daw Thin Thin Lwin||M.E (EP)||Lectureremail@example.com||Electrical Machine|
|18.||Dr. Yu Yu Khin||M.E (EP)||Assistant Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
|19.||Daw San Yu Maw||M.E (EP)||Assistant Lectureremail@example.com||Electrical Machine|
|20.||Daw San Naing Nang Zee||M.E (EP)||Assistant Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
|21.||Daw Myint Myint Thwe||B.E (EP)||Assistant Lectureremail@example.com||Electrical Machine|
|22.||Daw Swe Swe Mar||B.E (EP)||Assistant Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
|23.||Daw Ei Ei Phyo||B.E (EP)||Assistant Lectureremail@example.com||Electrical Machine|
|24.||Daw Yin Yin Aye||M.E (EP)||Assistant Lecturerfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
|25.||Daw Su Hnin Wai||M.E (EP)||Assistant Lectureremail@example.com||Electrical Machine|
|26.||Daw Mon Myat Thu||M.E (EP)||Demonstratorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Electrical Machine|
AREAS OF RESEARCH
Academic Year 2010-2012
Renewable Energy (Solar Tracking System)
Academic Year 2012-2013
Solar Pumping System
Electrical Power Engineering can be used in a wide range of applications such as in food, medical, industrial, environmental and agricultural sectors.