Mandalay Technological University

Department of Engineering Chemistry

About Us

The science of “Chemistry” is an extremely broad subject, with implication from applications in the laboratory, industry, medicine, and agriculture, through innumerable uses in our daily lives, to the challenging intellectual exercise of making sense of such a wide subject. After thorough studying some ideas and ways in which “Chemistry” views the material world, apply these concepts to form a prosperous environment for every mankind.

Programmes Offered

Bachelor of Engineering

B.E., B.Arch., B.S

Master of Engineering

M.E., M.Arch., M.S

Doctor of Philosophy

Ph.D

After thorough studying some ideas and ways in which “Chemistry” views the material world, apply these concepts to form a prosperous environment for every mankind.

Contact Info

Engineering Chemistry Department

Block no. 10
Department of Engineering Chemistry
Mandalay Technological University
Patheingyi Township
Mandalay, Myanmar

+95-9-33064262, 09-402547502
+95-2-57361
chem_dept@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:

  • Volumetric Analytical Lab
  • Semimicro Analytical Lab
  • Computer and Seminar Room
  • Departmental Library
History
Vision
Mission

The Department of Engineering Chemistry is started in 1992 along with the establishment of the Mandalay Technological University, formerly known as Mandalay Institute of Technology.

Vision

  • The Department of Engineering Chemistry provide, through well designed studies of experimental and practical science and through an emphasis on the understanding and application of scientific concepts and principles, a worthwhile educational experience for all students (engineers) to enable them to acquire sufficient understanding and knowledge:

    • to become confident citizens in a technological world

    • to recognize the usefulness of “Chemistry” and to appreciate its applicability in other disciplines and in everyday life.

Mission

  • To produce capable and talented engineers, architects, technologists and academicians who can successfully solve the problems by applying learned- studies with rational thinking based on knowledge of chemistry for public welfare and nation building.

Department of Engineering Chemistry

List of Faculty Members

Dr. Myat Myat Mon

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

Degree: Ph.D (Engg. Chem.)
Corresponding Research Field: Inorganic Chemistry, Zeolite Chemistry

Sr. Name Degree Position Email Research Field
1. Dr. Toe Toe Khaing Ph.D (Chem.) Associate Professor toetoekhaing@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry, Zeolite Chemistry
2. Dr. Thida Tin Ph.D (Chem.) Associate Professor thida@mtu.edu.mm Physical Chemistry
3. Daw Saw Yuu Win B.Sc (Chem.), M.S (Aqua-Tech) Lecturer sawyuu@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
4. U Zin Min Htun M.Sc (Chem.) Lecturer zinminhtun@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
5. Daw Khin San Yin M.Sc (Chem.) Lecturer khinsanyin@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
6. Daw Myat Myat Thu M.Sc (Chem.) Lecturer myatmyatthu@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
7. Daw Khin Chaw Su Hlaing M.Sc (Engg. Chem.) Lecturer khinchawsuhlaing@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
8. Daw Nilar Ohn M.Sc (Chem.) Lecturer nini@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
9. Daw Myint Myint Zaw M.Sc (Chem.) Lecturer mamamyint@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
10. Daw Yee Lai win M.Sc (Chem.) Lecturer yeelaiwin@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
11. Daw Ohnmar Myint M.Sc, M.Res (Chem.) Assistant Lecturer ohnmarmyint@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry
12. Daw Lwin Lwin Cho M.Sc, M.Res (Chem.) Assistant Lecturer lwincholay@mtu.edu.mm Inorganic Chemistry

 

Research Activities

AREAS OF RESEARCH

Academic Year 2008-2009

  • Antibacterial and Antifungal Activity of Ficus racemosa Linn

Academic Year 2009-2010

  • Antimalarial and Antibacterial Activity of Premna integrifolia Linn

  • Antimalarial, Antibacterial and Antifungal Activity of Ficus racemosa Linn

Academic Year 2010-2011

  • Antimalarial and Antibacterial Activity of Premna integrifolia Linn

Academic Year 2012-2013

  • Some Pharmacological Studies on Terminalia catappa

Academic Year 2017-2018

  • Preparation, Characterization and Applications of Zeolites using Rice Husk Ash as Silica Source
  • Antimicrobial, Anti-oxidant, Anti-tumor activities of Some Myanmar Herbal Plants

 

What can you do with your engineering chemistry degree?

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

Current Academic Research Fields

  • Organic Chemistry
  • Medicinal Plant Chemistry