Three Minute Thesis competition

PhD student and 2015 Three Minute Thesis UniSA Grand Final winner. Mahmoud Bassal’s winning presentation was ‘The Cancer Conundrum’

Pictured: PhD student and 2015 Three Minute Thesis UniSA Grand Final winner : Mahmoud Bassal. Mahmoud’s winning presentation was ‘The Cancer Conundrum’.

Can 80,000 words be summarised in three minutes?

Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a competition which challenges the University's top PhD students to present their thesis topic in only three minutes.

Three Minute Thesis UniSA Grand Final 2016

Competing for a chance to represent UniSA at the Asia-Pacific Grand Final in September and thousands of dollars in prize money, competitors present their research in clear, non-technical language in just three minutes and using one visual slide.  Come along and meet our competitors, learn more about their research and vote for your favourite presentation.

Date: Wednesday 17 August 2016

Time: 10am-12pm

Location: Bradley Forum, Level 5, Hawke Building, City West campus, North Terrace

Registration: Reserve your seat now (it's free!)

2015 UniSA 3MT Competition Results

The winners of the 2015 UniSA Grand Final were:

  • First Prize: Mahmoud Bassal for his presentation: The Cancer Conundrum
  • Second Prize: Bastian Stoehr for his presentation: Don’t leave your fingerprints behind!
  • Third Prize: Daniel Griffiths for his presentation: Free Range Robots through High Dynamic Range Vision; and
  • People’s Choice: Decided by audience ballot, the award went to Mahmoud Bassal.

Watch the 2015 3MT Presentations

  •  Watch Mahmoud Bassal’s 3MT presentation: The Cancer Conundrum:
  • Watch Bastian Stoehr’s 3MT presentation: Don’t leave your fingerprints behind!:
  • Watch Daniel Griffiths’ 3MT presentation: Free Range Robots through High Dynamic Range Vision:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia.

Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia, which challenges research higher degree students to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance in just three minutes in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.


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