Do you want to practice your communication skills? Do you want to build your network? Do you want to learn about cool research being done in different departments across campus? Compete in UCalgary3MT and you'll get all this and more.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) is an internationally recognized research communication competition. 3MT™ was developed by The University of Queensland in 2008 to challenge thesis-based graduate students to deliver a compelling presentation on their research and its significance in three minutes or less.
Congratulations to the 2017 UCalgary3MT Heat Winners and Finalists
Susann Lagore, Environmental Design (First Place, Finalist)
"All Aboard: Public Transit for Individuals with Autism"
Samadhi Gunasekera, Civil Engineering (Second Place, Finalist)
"Methane Biofiltration - One step closer to prevent global warming!"
Simone De Gannes Lange, Educational Research (Third Place)
"Leadership in Action"
Jing Zhao, Geoscience (People's Choice)
"A new method of dating oil residence time in reservoir: How long did I sleep"
Cynthia Kahl, Medicine: Neuroscience (First Place, Finalist) (In Finals: Third Place, People's Choice)
"Turning down the tics: Using transcranial magnetic stimulation as a potential treatment for Tourette's syndrome in children"
Ghada Nafie, Chemical & Petroleum Engineering (Second Place, Finalist)
"Nanoparticle Technology - Tomorrow's Wastewater Solution"
Lazaro Sanchez -Rodriguez, Biomedical Engineering (Third Place)
"Controlling brain networks: What we can do with optimal brain stimulation"
Michael Herrmann, Electrical & Computer Engineering (People's Choice)
"Internet of Things: Making Smart Decisions to Extend Battery Life"
Tona Pitt, Medicine: Community Health Sciences (First Place, Finalist)
"Determining the Cause of Motor Vehicle Related Paediatric Bicyclist Injuries"
Nancy Adam, Medicine: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (Second Place, Finalist, People's Choice) (In Finals: Second Place)
"The aging clock: capping the lifespan of our cells"
Austin Nguyen, Biological Sciences (Third Place)
"Metabolomics: A Diagnostic Method for Infectious Disease"
William Andrew Thompson, Biological Sciences (First Place, Finalist, People's Choice)
"The Environmental Cost of Pursuing Happiness"
Stephanie Hladik, Electrical & Computer Engineering (Second Place, Finalist)
"Using an Engineering Education Framework to Introduce Elementary Teachers to Computational Thinking"
Amanda Chan, Biomedical Engineering (Third Place)
"PRG4: Lubrication for our dry eyes"
Aprami Jaggi, Geoscience (First Place, Finalist) (In Finals: First Place)
"The ultimate fate of oil in the marine environment following spillage"
Supun De Silva, Electrical & Computer Engineering (Second Place, Finalist)
"Efficient Antennas for Your Smart Phone"
Annie Hoang, Chemistry (Third Place, People's Choice)
"Core-Shell Nanoparticles: An Ace in the Hole for Clean Energy Conversion "