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Thesis in Three presentation: Philipp Sueltrop, Rocket fuel slosh

Philipp Sueltrop from College of Engineering won first place in the UC Thesis in Three finals with his very engaging presentation on Rocket fuel slosh. Who knew coffee and rockets had so much in common?

Stop-the-Press:  Congratulations again to Philipp who has just returned from representing UC at the Asia-Pacific 3MT (Three-Minute-Thesis) competition in Brisbane. Philipp got into the top 10 finalists from 55 Asia-Pacific Universities.

Each year, the Dean of Postgraduate Research at UC sponsors and organises the Thesis in Three competition for postgraduate students. PhD and Masters students give a three-minute presentation to describe their thesis research with only a single presentation slide. The top three students from each college round go on to compete in the UC final.

Thesis in Three presentation: Jacq Jones, Mixed Signals

Jacq Jones (College of Arts) took second place in the UC Thesis in Three finals with the presentation Mixed Signals – unboxing non-binary speech. Watch Jacq’s presentation on unboxing gender in speech by combining signals.

Each year, the Dean of Postgraduate Research at UC sponsors and organises the Thesis in Three competition for postgraduate students. PhD and Masters students give a three-minute presentation to describe their thesis research with only a single presentation slide. The top three students from each college round go on to compete in the UC final.

Thesis in Three presentation: Jess McHale, Cascading Hazards

Jess McHale (Science) explains her research on Cascading Hazards – the idea that one hazard triggers another, which triggers another. Watch her presentation that won her third place at the UC Thesis in Three finals in August. (video: 3 min 08 seconds)

Each year, the Dean of Postgraduate Research at UC sponsors and organises the Thesis in Three competition for postgraduate students. PhD and Masters students give a three-minute presentation to describe their thesis research with only a single presentation slide. The top three students from each college round go on to compete in the UC final.