Congratulations to all of the fantastic students who participated in the 2021 Three Minute Thesis Final.
University of Auckland 3MT Final
Congratulations to all our finalists, who delivered incredible presentations and kept the audience on the edge of their seats at the University's 2021 Three Minute Thesis competition.
The School of Graduate Studies team would like to say a huge thank you to our judges, our finalists and our sponsors, whose generous support is the foundation of the competition's success. We would also like to thank faculty staff for the hard work they put into their faculty heats, and to each and every student who has participated.
Read the full announcement here: 'Whiskey Tango Foxtrot' moment for 3MT winner.
Sam Mackay | Faculty of Business and Economics
Drunk, monk, hunk or chunk: Expatriate work and wellbeing in Kabul, Afghanistan
Krish Chaudhuri | Faculty of Engineering
Fixing broken hearts: computer modelling for bypass surgery
Rachel Lawson | Faculty of Science
Human mobility during COVID-19 using big data
Sebastian Dunn | Faculty of Science
Virtual Reality DNA: Picking up the Molecules of Life
People's Choice Winner
Joseph Chen | Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences
Depression Treatment: Let's Do Better
Derek Orbaugh Antillon | Auckland Bioengineering Institute
Enhancing Diver Capabilities with Dielectric Elastomers
Luke Boyle | Faculty of Science
Using big data to understand surgical outcomes
Prakriti Vashishtha | Faculty of Arts
ProcrastiNation: unsettled times in Māori and Pakeha fiction
Amy Renelle | Faculty of Science
Perceptions of Randomness
Georgi Toma | Faculty of Education and Social Work
From Burning Out to Burning Bright
Sneha Chrysolite Gray | Faculty of Business and Economics
Reimagining Place and Identity
Danial Jahanshahi | Faculty of Engineering
Equity in Cycling
Riley Scott | Faculty of Law
Financing the Transition to Net Zero
Photo credit: Anna Vasilyeva-Bycroft