This is the fourth time that Swinburne is organising the event due to overwhelming response in the past. Poetry and song lyrics are not permitted to be used as a tool to deliver the 3MT as a whole and their use to be very limited. Did the presenter capture and maintain their audience’s attention? Active PhD and Professional Doctorate Research candidates who have successfully passed their confirmation milestone including candidates whose thesis is under submission by the date of their first presentation are eligible to participate in 3MT competitions at all levels, including the Asia-Pacific 3MT competition. No slide transitions, animations or ‘movement’ of any description are allowed. No additional electronic media e. The decision of the adjudicating panel is final.
Join us to see Swinburne’s student finalists compete on 22nd September! Graduates are not eligible. Presentations are to be spoken word eg. Eligibility Active PhD and Professional Doctorate Research candidates who have successfully passed their confirmation milestone including candidates whose thesis is under submission by the date of their first presentation are eligible to participate in 3MT competitions at all levels, including the Asia-Pacific 3MT competition. We are sure many of you have learned by now, it is always handy to be prepared when faced with the inevitable “so what is your thesis about? Competitors who are eligible on the date of their first presentation in their enrolling unit School or Institute competition shall remain so until the Trans-Tasman Final if they progress through to that stage of the competition irrespective of subsequent changes to their status e. The presentation will be a talk accompanied only by a single static PowerPoint slide.
Competitors must be active PhD candidates and must have successfully completed confirmation of candidature.
The slide is to be presented from the beginning of the oration. Timing is the Key to Happiness. Home Students Research Three minute thesis competition.
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This means that animations and the like are not permitted; additional electronic media such as sound and video files are not permitted; and props such as costumes, instruments or pieces of scientific equipment are not permitted.
Q – How long is each 3MT presentation?
The competition supports their capacity to effectively explain their research in three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. Presentations are strictly limited to three minutes. Presentations are limited to 3 minutes maximum and competitors exceeding 3 minutes are disqualified.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Swinburne Sarawak 2017
The 3MT is an invaluable opportunity to practise your communication skills in a supportive environment and it gives you the chance to distil the essence of your research into a succinct and engaging sound bite. Presentations are to commence from the stage. Concerns and complaints Concerns or complaints information. Scholarship payments Intermitting your scholarship FAQ.
Did the presentation follow a clear and logical sequence? May 13, All videos of the top ten presentations can be viewed on YouTube. Judging criteria Communication style: Q – Can sound or video be used during a presentation? Research Integrity Support eResearch.
A – Presentations are limited to three minutes maximum, and competitors exceeding three minutes will be disqualified.
Winner and People’s Choice: Visual cues are very effective in assisting the presenter’s explanation of their research however, no slide transitions, animations or ‘movement’ of any kind can be used.
Join ghesis to see Swinburne’s student finalists compete on 22nd September! Poetry and song lyrics are not permitted to be used as a tool to deliver the 3MT as a whole and their use to be very limited. A – No additional electronic media e.
Three minute thesis competition. The decision of the adjudicating panel is final. Higher degrees by research students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesia topic and its significance in language appropriate to an intelligent but non-specialist audience.
Did the presenter spend adequate time on each element of their presentation – or did they elaborate for too long on one aspect or was the presentation rushed?