3 Years in a Row – SEBE’s 3 minute PhD thesis successes

For 3 successive years our PhD students within School of Engineering & the Built Environment have won the University wide competition for the best 3 mins PhD presentation. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition was set up by the University of Queensland in 2008.  Since then, the competition has soared in popularity and is competitions are held in over 350 universities across the world. 3MT® is a celebration of PhD research, challenging students to explain their research to a non-specialist audience in three minutes. An 80,000 word thesis would take 9 hours to present. Their time limit… 3 minutes.

Congratulations to our current and previous winners.

2017 University Research Conference – Best 3 minute PhD presentation

Winner – Lara Alshawawreh (SEBE) When an emergency shelter becomes home

PhD studentship funded by the Mutah University, Jordan

 

2018 University Research Conference – Best 3 minute PhD presentation

Winner – Melanie Robinson (SEBE) BIM: Just a funny little acronym or a construction industry revolution?

PhD studentship funded by the Peter KK Lee Scholarship programme.

 

2019 University Research Conference – Best 3 minute PhD presentation
Winner – Anitha Karthik (SEBE) – People worry about wind and are hit by surge water (link not yet available)

PhD Studentship funded by Institute for Sustainable Construction

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