Ten doctoral researchers compete in the Three minute thesis finals as they present their research as interestingly as possible in just three minutes. The competition is held in entrance hall at the main building of the University of Turku on March 6 at 12.00–14.00, and the event is open for the public.
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Doctoral Researcher Albert Bellmunt Gil from the Doctoral Programme in Clinical Research was one of the winners of the SANORD 3MT competition.
Eight doctoral researchers compete in the Three minute thesis finals as they present their research as interestingly as possible in just three minutes. The competition is held at OP hall of Turku School of Economics on March 8 at 12:15, and the event is open for the public.
Doctoral Candidate in Materials Engineering Mahdi Moghaddam won the Three Minute Thesis competition of the University of Turku. Moghaddam will represent the University of Turku in the Coimbra Group’s international 3MT competition of European universities and the international 3MT competition of the SANORD network.
Three Minute Thesis Final of the University of Turku Organised on 9 March – Follow the Competition via Zoom
Seven doctoral candidates will be competing for the chance to represent the University of Turku in the Coimbra network’s joint 3MT competition.
Doctoral Candidate Tuulia Malén from the University of Turku Doctoral Programme in Clinical Research (DPCR) won SANORD 3MT 2021 competition together with two other finalists.
The Final Competition of SANORD 3MT 2021 Takes Place in Norway – Last Year’s Winner Pablo Pérez Chaves One of the Hosts of the Event
Last year's SANORD 3MT competition was won by Postdoctoral Researcher Pablo Pérez Chaves from the University of Turku with his research on Amazonia. This year, the competition will be held in Norway, where Pérez Chaves will be one of the hosts of the event.
Doctoral Candidate in Internal Medicine Felix Vaura won the Three Minute Thesis competition organised by the University of Turku. The judges praised this year's competition to be of exceptionally high quality. - The judges always say this but this time it is completely true, said the chair of the judges, Director of the Centre for Language and Communication Studies Mike Nelson.
Three minutes to present the main points of your research as compellingly as possible. The 3MT competition developed at the University of Queensland challenges 10 doctoral candidates from the University of Turku to show what they got. Join the virtual event via Zoom on Wednesday 17 March at 12.00–14.00 and vote for your favourite presenter.