Dr. Kyawt Kyawt San

Ph.D(IT)
Lecturer
Faculty :Faculty of Information Science
Postal address :University of Information Technology, Yangon
Email :kyawtkyawtsan@uit.edu.mm
Phone:95-9-5059057

Short Biography

Dr.Kyawt Kyawt San received a bachelor degree in 2004 and master degree from University of Computer Studies, Yangon in 2009. And she received her doctoral degree from University of Computer Studies, Yangon in 2014. She is a Lecturer of Faculty of Information science, University of Information Technology (UIT). Her research focuses on Data Science, Process Mining and Semantic Web.

Research Interests / Areas of Expertise

  • Semantic Web
  • Data Science

Courses Taught

  • Information Security
  • Data Mining
  • Database Management System
  • Oracle Database Server
  • Enterprise Resource Planning

Selected Publications

  1. "Generating RDF Documents through Relational Databases", International Conference on Computer Networks and Information Technology(ICCNIT2013), Bangkok, Thailand, 29-30 June 2013.
  2. "Mapping Relational Database into RDF Graph Representation", 12th International Conference on Computer Applications (ICCA, 2014), Yangon, Myanmar, February 2014.
  3. "Automatically Generating RDF Instances from Relational Data Sources", 11th International Conference on Computer Applications (ICCA, 2013), Yangon, Myanmar, February 2013.
  4. "Formalization of Direct Mapping for Relational Data to Semantic Web Representation", 10th International Conference on Computer Applications (ICCA2012), Yangon, Myanmar, February 2012.
  5. "Data Management between Relationalized Data and Semantic Web Data", 9th International Conference on Computer Applications (ICCA2011), Yangon, Myanmar, May 2011.

Recent News

    Upcoming Events

  • 2018-2019 Academic Year, Eassy Competition on the Commemoration of the Union Day will be celebrated on 6th February 2019.
  • 2018-2019 Academic Year, Myanmar Traditional Htamane Festival will be celebrated on 15th February 2019.
  • 2018-2019 Academic Year, Myanmar Skill Competition will be celebrated in February 2019.