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          Three Minute Thesis

          As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and with respect to the current social distancing policy, the Three Minute Thesis Final scheduled for Thursday, March 19 has been cancelled.

          We will still be running a 3MT final in some form in the future, but given the uncertainty of the coming weeks, no definite plan has been made at this time.

          The Regional competitions as well as the National competition have also been postponed.

          Please stay up-to-date at the SFU COVID-19 FAQ page: www.ddrtester.com/covid19.

          Three Minute Thesis – 2019 SFU Finals 

          Watch the 2019 finalists

          First Place and People's Choice Winner: 

          • Elana Varner, Biological Sciences master's student: Sex appeal of mouse pee safeguards wildlife

          Second Place Winner:

          • Hannah Watkins, Biological Sciences master's student: Vitamin Pee for a Healthy Sea

          All of the presentations were informative and interesting. Thank you to all who competed this year, including:

          • Saeed Ranjbar Alvar, Engineering Science PhD student: Privacy Preserving Face Detection
          • Manpreet Kaur, Mechatronics Systems Engineering PhD student: 3D Architecture Revolutionizes Robot Designs
          • Emily Purcell, Archaeology master's student: Revealing Past Sts'ailes Landscapes Through the Microscope
          • Andrea Smit, Psychology PhD student: Illuminating Sleep in the Dark: The Relationship Between Electric Light and Sleep on Tanna Island, Vanuatu
          • Noortje de Weers, Linguistics PhD student: How Expectations and Biases Change How We Perceive Speech

          More About 3MT

          One slide. Three minutes.  Cash prizes.  Give voice to your thesis in SFU's annual 3 Minute Thesis competition.

          The 3 Minute Thesis gives you a fun opportunity to talk about your research in a supportive and engaging environment. Benefits to students:

          • Improve your presentation skills
          • Share your work and make connections with other SFU graduate students
          • Develop knowledge translation strategies for your research 
          • Have a ready answer next time a relative asks about your work

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