Three Minute Thesis 2021
Find 2021 competition details, dates, entry forms and resources.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is an exciting, fast-paced research communication competition. It was developed by the University of Queensland and is now held annually in over 900 universities across the globe. Participants take up the challenge to share the story of their research with a general audience in under three minutes, supported by nothing more than a single, static slide.
3MT Finals - Join the audience
Join the audience for the Three Minute Thesis Final on 6 August to support postgraduate research, hear winning presentations from across the University and celebrate success at the evening reception.
2021 3MT finalists
|ABI||Doctoral winner: Derek Orbaugh|
|Science||Doctoral winner: Luke Boyle
Doctoral runner-up: Amy Renelle
Masters winner: Sebastian Dunn
Masters runner-up: Rachel Lawson
|Education and Social Work||Doctoral winner: Georgi Toma|
|Arts||Doctoral winner: Prakriti Vashishtha|
|Engineering||Doctoral winner: Krish Chaudhuri,
Doctoral runner-up: Danial Jahanshahi
|Open heat||Doctoral winner: Joseph Chen (FMHS)
Masters winner: Riley Scott (Law)
|Business and Economics||Doctoral winner: Sneha Gray
Doctoral runner-up: Sam Mackay
Note: Faculties with high numbers of competitiors were able to put runner-up students into the 3MT University of Auckland Final.
|Friday 30 July
||Finals practice session (finalists only)
|Friday 6 August
||University of Auckland Final|
|Thursday 26 August||Inter-University Masters Final
|Thursday 16 September||U21 Three Minute Thesis Competition deadline
|Wednesday 20 October||Asia-Pacific Final