Eligibility The following categories of presenters are eligible for the competition: Traditional Doctorate, Professional Doctorate or Structured PhD degree candidates who are currently registered on a doctoral programme of study and research in a national or international university or college.
This page contains spoilers. Read at your own risk. While the Nine-Schools Competition requires a large body of 52 people to participate, the Thesis Competition requires only 3 people. The only required tasks within the Thesis Competition is to write a thesis and present it.
If the Nine-Schools Competition was a practical contest, the Thesis Competition would be the literary complement. The location of the competition switches between Kyoto and Yokohama.
It publicizes the work of High School students, and some lucky ones get their work known internationally. Also, representatives from the Department of Magic Research will be present, and any thesis recorded into the Magic Encyclopedia will be adopted by universities and corporations.
Only individuals who are recommended by the National Magic University Affiliated High Schools, or has passed the thesis preliminaries in each school can attend.
There is no precedent for someone presenting their thesis without being recommended. Although the rules open up the competition to all High School students, so far it has been only for Magic High Schools. The topic of the thesis is up to the teams in question, but it must not run counter to the public good or morality.
To prevent this, all final drafts, materials, reports and blueprints must be turned over to the Magic Association ahead of time., Article / Letter to editor (Journal of Automata, Languages and Combinatorics, vol.
23, iss. 4, (), pp. ). Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Event Recap. The Graduate School and Marquette University held the 3MT® competition on February 23, The Three Minute Thesis is a global research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland in Australia.
3 Minute Thesis Competition. Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland (UQ). Graduate students have three minutes to present a compelling oration on their thesis and its significance.
3MT is not an exercise in trivializing or “dumbing down” research, but rather challenges. The competition will support your capacity to effectively explain your research in three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience. Oxford will run a two-stage competition, first at divisional level followed by a University wide final.
Congratulations to the winners of the Ohio University 3 Minute Thesis® Competition held Wednesday, February 21, at 7 P.M. in Stocker Center Three-Minute Thesis Competition The Three-Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a communication skills development competition, which challenges graduate students to explain the significance of their research projects to a general audience in three minutes or less.