LWIN LWIN CHO, Assistant Lecturer
Department of Chemistry
Mandalay Technological University
|Dec 2005- Bachelor of Science(Hons) Pyay University, PYAY
|Dec 2010- Master of Science Pyay University, PYAY
|Dec 2016- Master of Research Hinthada University, Hinthada City
|Feb2013- Demonstrator Department of Chemistry
Nov 2017 University of Technology ( Hinthada City)
|Nov 2017 Assistant Lecturer Department of Chemistry
Present Mandalay Technological University(Mandalay City)
|TEACHING SUBJECT, RESEARCH INTERESTS and RESPONSIBILITY|
|Current Teaching Subjects Engineering Chemistry|
|Research Interests Organic Chemistry , Material Science|
|Responsibilities Teaching first year students (Practical)|
|Lwin Lwin Cho, Saw Hla Myint , Arnt Win (2019) “ Alkali Treatment of Toddy (Borassus Flabellifer) Fruit Fiber and Determination of Its Properties”.The Second International Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation, Mandalay by IEEE (IcSTI) Mandalay. 16-17 September 2019. –|
|Myat Myat Mon, Saw Yu Win, Lwin Lwin Cho (2019) “Preparation of Zeolite Type as An Water Softening Agent Using Rice Husk Ash as Silica Source”. The Second International Conference on Science, Technology and Innovation, Mandalay by IEEE (IcSTI) Mandalay. 16-17 September 2019. – –|
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