3MT® Semi Finals
Come along and support our doctoral students as they present their entire thesis in three minutes.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an academic research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ), Australia. It celebrates the exciting research that is being conducted by PhD students around the world - and we are holding our very own competition here at Bath.
An 80,000 word thesis would normally take around 9 hours to present. Our Doctoral students have just three minutes using just one slide and no props.
Come along and show your support as they bid to get through to the University 3MT® final on 5 June.
The provisional running order is:
Laura Wallace (Chemistry)
Pierre Chausse (Electronic and Electrical Engineering)
Matthew Parkinson (Maths)
Cong Zhang (Architecture and Civil Engineering)
Niamh Ni Shuilleabhain (Health)
Ekundayo Samuel (Biology and Biochemistry)
Severina Iankova (Management)
Catherine-Axa-Wilkins (Biology and Biochemistry)
Fedra Hossein Zadeh Zaribaf (Mechanical Engineering)
Kay Fountain (Biology and Biochemistry)
Michael Joyes (Chemistry)
Uros Zupancic (Electronic and Electrical Engineering)
Carl Bescoby (Health)
Steven Goguelin (Mechanical Engineering)
Rami Mahmood Mohammad Alnajadat (Pharmacy and Pharmacology)
Andrew Hall (Chemistry)
Rachael Broomfield-Tagg (Chemistry)