At Athabasca, the first-round viewing and judging took place online, while bricks and mortar schools had the “tangible” advantage. In her Master of Applied Science at Queen s University, Yin is researching how to use lasers to cut bone and improve outcomes in brain surgery. Ac. Https: //www. Each institution needs to register their intention to hold a 8MT competition with both the University of Queensland and Vitae. Immunologist Rebecca (Delong) Dielschneider took second place with her explanation of targeting lysosomes in the treatment of leukemia. The presentations covered topics such as landslide generated impulse waves, a big data approach to the hunt for genomic imprinting, a Bourdieusian analysis of an overnight camp for disadvantaged girls, how theory of mind moderates the relation between victimization and depressive symptoms in adolescents, or using math to see inside the human body. C.
Vitae. Gah-Jone Won, PhD Candidate, Vision Science and Biology
Supervisor: Vivian Choh Presentation title: The Development of an Antibody-Drug Conjugate to Specifically Target and Soften the Crystalline Lens in vivo Cheryl Chan, MES Candidate, Environment and Resource Studies Supervisor: Derek Armitage Presentation title: Fish for Our Future: A Community-Based Approach to Marine Conservation Arun Das, PhD Candidate, Mechnical and Mechatronics Engineering Supervisor: Steven Waslander Presentation title: Enhancing the Eyes of Self Driving CarsContact for information about the 8MT. 3 minute thesis winner 2015.
®8MT is an academic competition developed by the University of Queensland, Australia. To compete in the next round at Kamloops-based Thompson Rivers University. Photo credit: Last month, about AU’s Master of Counselling Psychology student Kathleen Kelava who was selected to compete in the Western Regionals 8MT contest —otherwise known as the.
AU Faculty of Graduate Studies Master student Kathleen Kelava and Dr. Simon Nuttgens. Its success has led to the establishment of local and national competitions in several countries. A big thank you also to our Master of Ceremonies for the second year - Chris Whyman, Kingston's very own world renowned Town Crier The winner and representing Queen's at the Ontario 8MT competition on the 69th April at Wilfrid Laurier University is - Anastasia Shavrova (Biology) Runner Up (and stand by for our winner to represent Queen's) is - Yu Qing Liu (Neuroscience) People's Choice Award (voted by the audience) is - Mohamed Al Guindy (Management)
Three Minute Thesis challenges doctoral candidates to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance in just three minutes. The international contest (In Canada it’s hosted by the Canadian Association of Graduate Studies) has candidates pare down their lengthy research proposals to a mere elevator pitch in front of an audience. It is important that the University of Queensland's revised criterian are applied to all 8MT competitions. Vitae judges will be scoring using the revised criterian. Elizabeth Watt’s (University of Calgary, Physics and Astronomy) explanation of how radioactive “seeds” can be used in breast in cancer treatment was chosen from the 66 national finalists.