Welcome To EP Department
EP means Electrical Power Engineering. There are five main components which are (i)Power System Engineering (Generation, Transmission, Distribution), (ii)Electrical Machine Engineering,(iii) High Voltage Engineering, (iv)Power Electronics and (v)Renewable Energy Engineering. Electricity is very important to improve the nation and the subjects are interesting.
To produce skillful electrical engineers for developing the role of nation.
To make the high quality education for electrical power engineering students.
To produce the skillful electrical power engineers for leading our respective area.
The main aim of this researh is To utilize solar power for charging mobile phone where grid power is not available.
In,this research, portable mobile charger with solar tracking system based on micro-controller. By using solar tracking system, mobile charger will get sufficient sunlight read by LDR. Two LDRs set at the edge of the solar panel, so , the sensors sent digital information about presence or absence of light intensity to the micro-controller. The micro-controller decides the output signal for the motor driver so as to drive the motor in clockwise or anti-clockwise direction. The motor driver module receives the signals from the micro-controller and drives the motor in the specified speed. The motor in turn controls the orientation of the solar panel mounting structure. Thus maintaining constant exposure to sunlight throughout the day. Therefore, mobile charger can charge all day because of using solar tracker.
(i) To take the research activities deal with solar power
(ii)To know the control for motor driver circuit by using micro-controller
(iii)To test the working principle of solar tracking circuit
Supporting Training From Department
- Basic Course for Matlab
- Wiring and Installation
- Basic Multisim software
Master Engineering Batches
- 2006-2008 ME-First Batch
- 2008-2009 ME-Second Batch
- 2009-2010 ME-Third Batch
- 2010-2011 ME-Fourth Batch
- 2011-2012 ME-Fifth Batch
|1||M-11001 & 12011||Myanmar|
|3||EM-11001 & 12011||Engineering Mathematics I & II|
|4||Ph-11001 & 12011||Engineering Physics I & II|
|5||Ch-11001 & 12001||Engineering Chemistry I & II|
|6||ME-11011 & 12011||Basic Engineering Drawing I & II|
|7||EP-11011 & 12011||Principle of Electrical Engineering I & II|
|1||E-21001 & 22001||English|
|2||EM-21003 & 22003||Engineering Mathematics III|
|3||EP-21015 & 22015||Engineering Mechanics I & II|
|4||EP-21011 & 22011||Electrical Engineering Circuit Analysis I & II|
|5||EP-21014 & 22011||Basic Electronics I & II|
|6||EP-21021 & 22021||Electromechanics I & II|
|7||EP-21026 & 22026||Generation, Transmission and Distribution|
|1||E-31011 & 32011||English|
|2||EM-31005 & 32005||Differential Equation I & II|
|3||ME-31034 & 32034||Mechanical Engineering Fundamental I & II|
|4||EP-31011 & 32011||Electrical Engineering Circuit Analysis III & IV|
|5||EP-31014 & 32014||Power Electronics I & II|
|6||EP-31021 & 32021||Electrical Machine and Operation I & II|
|7||EP-31033 & 32033||Electromagnetic Field I & II|
|8||EP-31025||Electrical Measurement Instructions|
|EP-32034||Electrical Design Estimating and Costing|
|1||E 41011 & 42011||English|
|2||EM 41007 & 42007||Discrete Mathematics I
|3||EC-41004 & 42004||Computer Science I & II
|4||EP-41027 & 42027 ||Linear Control System I & II|
|5||EP-41028 & 42028||Programmable Logic Control I & II
|6||EP-41021 & 42021 ||Electrical Machine Design I & II|
|7||EP-41036 & 42036||Design & Layout of Power System I& II
|8||EP-41042 & 42042||Power System Analysis I & II
|1||E-51017 & 52017 ||Modern Control System I & II|
|2||EP-51014 & 52014 ||Electrical Machine and Control I & II|
|3||EP-51022 & 52022 ||Power System Protection I & II|
|4||EP-51002||Power System Stability|
|EP-52002||Economic Operation of Power System
|5||EP-51043 & 52043 ||Electromechanical Energy Conversion I & II|
|1||EP-61033 & 62033||Computer Aided Electrical Engineering
|2||EP-61014 & 62014||Electrical Safety and Ethic
|3||EP-61012 & 62012||Power System Reliability
|4||EP-61011 & 62011||Humanities and Social Science
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) of EP Department :
PEO 1 – Technical Competence
PEO 2 – Communication Skills/ Leadership
PEO 3 – Professional Ethics/ Lifelong Learning
Graduate Attributes (GA) of EP Department :
The Engineering Department has established the following learning outcomes in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our program objectives. These outcomes are subordinate to the program objectives and represent the skills and attributes our students should GAs at the time of graduation. At the end of six years programme, the graduates will be able to:
- Apply fundamental knowledge of mathematics, engineering science, and achieve specialization in electrical engineering discipline.
- Identify, formulate, analyze electrical engineering problems and apply basic engineering principles to evaluate the alternative solutions.
- Design solutions for electrical engineering complex problems and design systems, components or processes to meet desired needs concerns for safety, societal and environmental considerations.
- Analyse electrical engineering problems and system using research –based knowledge and methods.
- Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modelling tools, simulate and analyze electrical engineering complex problems.
- Have sufficient knowledge of the humanities and social science to understand contemporary issues concerning the interaction between technology and society.
- Understand and evaluate the sustainability and impact of professional engineering work in the solution of electrical engineering in environmental contexts.
- Achieve personal success with awareness and commitment to their ethical and social responsibilities.
- Develop the skills for an individual, a member or leader of teams in multi-disciplinary settings.
- Communicate effectively on electrical engineering activities with engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentations, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering management principles and economic decision making.
- Maintain and improve their technical competence through lifelong learning in an advanced degree program in the electrical engineering fields.
Teacher List at EP Department
|1||Dr. Khin Trar Trar Soe||Professor and Head of Department||PhD(EP)||Power System|
|2||Dr. Saw Sandar Moe||Assistant Professor||PhD(EP)||Renewable Energy and Power System|
|3||Dr. Ei Thwe Win||Assistant Professor||PhD(EP)||Renewable Energy|
|4||Daw Zar Zar Htun||Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power Electronics|
|5||Daw Lwin War War Oo||Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power Electronics|
|6||Daw Kyu Kyu Nyunt||Lecturer||ME(EP)||Electrical Machine and Control|
|7||Daw Khin Mar Myint||Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power System|
|8||Daw Nwet Yin Win||Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power System|
|9||Daw Yin Min Nyein||Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power System|
|10||Daw Cho Cho Htwe||Lecturer||BE(EP)||Wiring and Installation|
|11||Daw Khin Htet Htet Aung||Lecturer||BE(EP)||Electrical Machine and Control|
|12||Daw Khaing Mar Wai||Assistant Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power System and Wiring and Installation
|13||Daw Ei Ei Mon||Assistant Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power Electronic and Renewable Energy|
|14||Daw Nang Wai Wai Kyaw||Assistant Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power System|
|15||U Aung Zaw Oo||Assistant Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power Electronics and Renewable Energy
|16||Daw May Thwe Myint||Assistant Lecturer||BE(EP)||Electrical Machine and Control
|17||Daw Lai Lai Win||Assistant Lecturer||BE(EP)||Electrical Wiring and Installation|
|18||Daw Zin Mar Soe||Assistant Lecturer||ME(EP)||Power Electronics and Renewable Energy
|19||Daw Cho Shwe Yi Win||Assistant Lecturer||BE(EP)||Electrical Wiring and Installation|
Organization Chart of EP Department
Professor Khin Trar Trar Soe was born in 1982, and graduated from Mandalay Technological University (MTU) in 2003. With Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Power Engineering, she worked as Assistant Lecturer of Department of Electrical Power Engineering in Technological University (Loikaw). And then, she graduated with her M.E degree of Electrical Power Engineering from Yangon Technological University (YTU) in 2006. Her interest has been in the field of Reactive Power Compensation in Power System since then. Moreover, she graduated with her Ph.D of Electrical Power Engineering from Mandalay Technological University (MTU) in 2009 and worked as the Lecturer and then Associate Professor of Department of Electrical Power Engineering, MTU from 2009 to 2017. She worked as Professor and Head of Department of Electrical Power Engineering, Technological University (Kyaing Tong) from 2017 to 2019(December). Currently, she is working as Professor and Head of Department of Electrical Power Engineering, Technological University (Monywa).
Contact EP Department:
Phone : +959402569560
Phone: +959260396020 (EP Department)
Message From Head of Department of Electrical Power Engineering
- It needs for all of my students to be proficient engineers with great effort.
- Don’t hesitate to study anywhere and anytime with new normal life.
- Keep in touch with the Department.