2016 3MT Event

The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition showcases the excellent research being undertaken by PhD and higher degree research candidates. 3MT challenges you to present your research thesis to a general audience with a time of three minutes and using just one slide.

The 2016 Finals were highly competitive, with Holly Kaye-Smith from the School of Humanities and Communication Arts taking home first prize for her talk "Changing The Way We 'Do' Things".

Anne Dwyer presented "Out of the mouths of (parents and then) babes: Early language experience and toddlers' vocabulary" and was awarded the Runner Up prize.

Samaneh Pourmohammadimojaveri presented her talk "Green Concrete Using Waste Tyre Rubber Particles" and was most popular with the audience on the day and won the People's Choice Award.

2016 3MT Winners

Congratulations to our 2016 3MT Winner:

  • Holly Kaye-Smith
    School of Humanities and Communication Arts

The Runner Up was:

  • Anne Dwyer
    MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development

People's Choice was awarded to:

  • Samaneh Pourmohammadimojaveri
    Centre for Infrastructure Engineering

2016 3MT Finalists

Well done to our our 3MT Finalists:

  • Nerissa Hearn
    School of Medicine
  • Amanda Burrell
    School of Education
  • Timothy Strom
    Institute for Culture and Society
  • Bronwen Roy
    Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment
  • Munther Emad
    School of Law
  • Craig Keary
    School of Business
  • Alison Maniego
    School of Science and Health
  • Sabrina Ali
    School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics
  • Tiffany Northall
    School of Nursing and Midwifery
  • Brooke Brady
    School of Social Sciences and Psychology