Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition Grand Final
Karthik Pullela, PhD student from the Department of Microboplogy and Immunology, was named a finalist in the 2018 Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition Grand Final.
The University of Melbourne Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition Grand Final
Hosted by the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education
When: Thursday 30 August, 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Where: Ian Potter Auditorium, Melbourne Brain Centre, Kenneth Myer Building, Parkville Campus
Grand Final highlights
- 10 competitors survived their heats and semi-finals communicating their research projects in 3 minutes or under and with one single PowerPoint slide
- Prizes were awarded at the conclusion of the presentations
- The winner, Wing Yan Chan (Faculty of Science, School of BioSciences), will head off to the University of Queensland to represent the University in the Asia-Pacific 3MT Competition and the audience voting for the People's Choice winner at the event
Catch Karthik's fantastic presentation, Typhoid's Trojan Horse, here:
The 3MT® is a professional and highly engaging international competition. It challenges PhD candidates to present their research in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience in the space of three minutes. The competition is based on the premise that the capacity to present a clear, concise and engaging description of their research is an essential skill that all graduate researchers should develop. It also brings our graduate research community together in a spirited and research-focused activity, inspiring them to share their findings with the wider community. The winner of the University of Melbourne 3MT® competition will go on to represent the University at the Asia-Pacific Competition, to be held at The University of Queensland, as well as the Universitas 21 Global Virtual 3MT® Competition in October.