The 2018 Research Showcase 20 June in Ramphal Building
The annual Postgraduate Research Showcase brings together and recognises the excellence of Warwick’s postgraduate research.
For postgraduate researchers, this is an opportunity to hone your presentation and public engagement skills, showcase your research, explore new connections with the wider University community and potentially win a prize.
For Warwick staff and students, as well as for the wider community, you will be warmly invited to come along, meet our new generation of researchers and enjoy dynamic, engaging presentations about fascinating projects and how they are making an impact. Both events have a Popular Choice Award so please come and support your colleague or student.
No need to register just come along for the open events.
Poster Competition begins at 1.00pm with an opening speech by Professor Pam Thomas (PVC Research)
Followed by an OPEN POSTER Exhibition between 3.15-3.45pm with tea and cake
We will then move to the 3 MINUTE THESIS LIVE FINAL ( open to all) from 4.30-6.00pm which includes a Public Engagement Presentation by Professor Kevin Moffat at 5.15-5.30
This is followed by a wine reception to celebrate a fulfilling day.
The Showcase event brings together two academic competitions in one day: a Research Poster Competition and Warwick’s Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition. Both competitions are judged by an interdisciplinary academic cohort, colleagues from central services across several Universities, and visitors and sponsors from industrial and commercial partners.
For more Poster Competition details see here
For more 3 Minute Thesis Competition details see here
This year we have 56 places available for the Poster Competition; and each PGR is eligible to submit one entry to the 3MT competition.
PGR Showcase 2016-2017 Results
Congratulations to Sophie Meakin from Mathematics who was both the Science Faculty winner and Overall winner.
Runners up were Cameron Lack ( Mathematics); Zoe Willis (Life Sciences); Kathryn Hales ( Life Sciences);
Departmental winners were Rebecca McKeown ( Medicine); Devon Allcoat ( Psychology); Richard Sherry ( History)
Popular Choice winner Chengcheng Kang ( WBS)
Three Minute Thesis
Congratulations to the well-deserved winner of the 3MT competition Divya Sukumar, and her presentation titled Truth. Divya is researching for her PhD in the Psychology Department. Her presentation has been entered for the 3MT national finals and we wish her the best of luck. The competition was very close for runner up with Bo Kelestyn from WBS with her presentation Unicorns and Hockey sticks coming second.
|Divya Sukumar||Bo Kelestyn|