2020 Visualise Your Thesis competition
Registrations are now open for the competition, which challenges graduate research students to present their work in an eye-catching 60-second digital display.
Multimedia storytelling is essential in the digital age. For researchers, engaging digital narratives can be one way to effectively convey complex research and ideas to a general audience.
The International Visualise Your Thesis competition helps graduate researchers to develop these digital storytelling skills. Using a pre-supplied template, participants have the task of creating 60-second looped audio-visual presentations that captivate and inspire.
"Protecting pets by changing people" by Carmen Glanville – 1st place and Viewers' Choice Prize, Visualise Your Thesis: University of Melbourne, 2019
Registrations for the University of Melbourne Visualise Your Thesis competition are now open to graduate research students currently enrolled and active in the following programs:
- Master of Philosophy
- Masters by Research
- Doctor of Philosophy
- Professional Doctorate
The winner of the University of Melbourne heat will receive a $1,000 gift card and will have the opportunity to represent the University in the international online final.
Registrations close 12pm, 5 August 2020. Entry submissions close 5pm, 12 August 2020.
Looking for inspiration? View the 2019 Visualise Your Thesis entries here.