Come out to support your fellow Eng Grad students at the 2016 McMaster 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) competition.
David Braley Health Sciences Centre (Main st. at Bay st.)
Thursday, February 18th
Heat 1: 9 am – 10.30 am Heat 2: 10.30 am – 12 pm Heat 3: 12 pm – 1.30 pm
|Heat 1||Paul Ricciuti||The Pizza Oven Waste Energy Recovery (POWER) System|
|Heat 1||Omar Boursalie||Using Wearable Devices to Monitor Chronic Disease|
|Heat 2||Melissa Houghton||FISH Technologies|
|Heat 2||Kimia Aghasadeghi||Rapid screening of industrial wastewater|
|Heat 2||Shubham Banik||Where there’s a swab, there’s an Elution|
|Heat 3||Essam Seddik||Artificial Intelligence School for Cars|
|Heat 3||Haleh Shahzad||Mobile Cloud Communication|
|Xiaoyue Wang||Osseo-integration at bone-implant interface|
|Heat 3||Nazila Roofigari Esfahan||
Towards automated planning & monitoring of highway projects
The full list of 3MTs and their heats can be found here: http://graduate.mcmaster.ca/graduate-students/graduate-student-life/professional/3mt/2016-3mt-preliminary-heats
The McMaster final heat will run at 4 p.m. Participants must be available for their heat and the McMaster final if they advance. The top 5 finalists will be awarded the Dean’s Award of Excellence Award in Communicating Research, as well as a cash prize. For more information about this competition in general, check the grad studies 3MT page.
See you there & Good luck everyone!