Location The Cellar, Liverpool Guild of students**
Time: 12:30 – 2pm
We have nine candidates, selected by academic staff and student voting who will make their presentation
An 80,000 word thesis would take 9 hours to present.
… Their time limit…. 3 minutes
All academic and professional staff, and students (Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research) are invited to attend this event.
Please come and offer your support. Buffet catering will be available!
** Map of the Guild – Signage will be provided on the day for the entrance by Starbucks.
The nine selected candidates are:
|Candidate||School/Institute||Title of Presentation|
|Cristina Ardura Garcia||Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine||Conveying asthma attack recurrence risk in a tropical setting.|
|Ksenija Dvurecenska||School of Engineering||Validation: can we trust simulations?|
|Dunia Beatriz Lopez Espiricueta||School of Engineering||Additive Manufacturing for advanced sensor development|
|Yasmine Radjabi||Irish Studies||Catholicism and Irish Identity in Katharine Tynan|
|Panos Spanakis||Institute of Psychology, Health and Society||Your phone will know: A smart-phone application to predict alcohol consumption|
|Asami Nakamura||School of the Arts, Department of English||Nostalgia in Dystopian Novels|
|Ahmed Al-Naher||Institute of Translational Medicine||Personalised kidney function monitoring in heart failure patients|
|Nur Husna Serip Mohamad||School of the Arts, Department of English||Identity Construction of Malaysian Youngsters in WhatsApp Messenger|
|Tsvetomila Mateeva||School of Environmental science||Serpentinite – the link between rock and life|
The Three Minute Thesis competition is an academic competition that challenges PhD students to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience, to communicate their research question, key results and conclusions in a language that can be understood by a non-specialist audience.
The winning student will go on to compete in the 2016 national competition organised by Vitae