THREESIS: Open Your Mind…and Get to the Point
An academic challenge for all NUI Galway staff, contract, postdoctoral and postgraduate researchers, and undergraduate students.
The challenge is to present your research in 3 slides and 3 minutes to 3 judges in a way that anyone and everyone can understand.
Five heats will be held on campus at lunchtime (dates TBC) before Christmas, with 3 winners from each heat going on to the final, where the entrants will by vying for prizes and the first of an annual award.
Threesis submissions should take the form of a 200 word abstract (make sure to include a title!), emailed to the coordinator of the heat that best fits your research area. These research areas align with the five thematic research priorities at NUI Galway. Keep your abstracts clear and concise, avoid jargon, and remember that the goal is to present your work so that any person, regardless of their expertise, can understand it.
Research Areas and Submission details:
- Biomedical Science & Engineering:
Coordinator Ena Brophy, College of Engineering & Informatics, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Informatics, Physical & Computational:
Coordinator Louise Nolan, School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics email@example.com
- Environment, Marine & Energy:
Coordinator Sarah Knight, Ryan Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Social Science & Public Policy:
Coordinator Valerie Parker, Institute for Business, Social Sciences & Public Policy, email@example.com
- Humanities in Context:
Coordinator Ann Lyons, CKI, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ensure to submit only to the area that best fits your work, by emailing the coordinator above. Include your name, contact details, title of your presentation and 200 word abstract.
Deadline for submissions is 1.00pm, Tuesday October 30th, 2012.
Successful applicants will be notified by Tuesday November 6th , 2012.