Dr. Nyein Thida

Dr Nyein Thida (Ms)

Department of Physics, University of Yangon,
Ministry of Education

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Dr Nyein Thida is an Associate Professor at the Department of Physics, University of Yangon. She received her PhD in Theoretical Physics from University of Yangon, Myanmar. She also got her BSc (Hons) and MSc from University of Yangon. She participates as the member of Physics Curriculum & Syllabus Committee (Basic Education) and also a member of the Institute of Physics (IOP, UK).

Work Experience
She started her service life since 1995 and has been in her current position in August 2015. Her research focuses on Theoretical Physics. She has published International Journal, National Journal and Proceedings papers.

Educational background:
1994, BSc (Hons) Physics, University of Yangon
1996, MSc, University of Yangon
2000, DCSc, University of Computer Studies, Yangon
2004, PhD, University of Yangon

2009, MInstP, IOP (London)

Area of Interest:
(1) Mathematical and Computational Physics
(2) General Relativity
(3) Theoretical Astrophysics and Cosmology

1)NyeinThida and HlaHla Maw, 2019, Theoretical and Numerical Aspects of Gravitational Waves, Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, Vol. XVII, No.2B. P 223-234
2)NyeinThida, NaingNaingWintHtun, ZarZarMyintAung, Han Win Than and AungMyat, 2019,Solving Some Quantum Mechanics Problems using Matrix method, International Journal of Trend in Research and Development, Vol.VI Issue 4,P 465-466
3)KhinSweOo, Hla Win, NyeinThida and Thant ZinNaing, 2007, Dark Energy Domination in Cosmology, Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, Vol.V, No.2B, P 365-372
4) ThetHtarNwe, Aye TheingiKaing, Thaw ThawHlaing, MyaWuttYii, NyeinThida,KhinMiMi, KhinKhin Win, 2007,Image Segmentation Using Watershed Transform, Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, Vol.5, No.3, P 125-131
5)Hla Toe, HlaHtay, ThetThet Aye, NyeinThida and Tin MaungTun, 2011,Study on Photovoltaic Properties of CdS/P-Si Junction,Journal of the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science, Vol. IX, No 2B, P 171-181
6)ZarZarMyintAung and NyeinThida, 2018, A Fluid Model Analogue for Black Hole Thermodynamics, Lashio University Research Journal, P 117-123