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Prizes and Winners

Congratulations to our 3MT 2018 university-wide finalists... and winners!

First prize winner ($1000)

Greg Lui

Gregory Lui, PhD Candidate, Chemical Engineering
Supervisor: Aiping Yu
Co-Supervisor: Michael Fowler

Presentation title: Photocatalysts: Using today's waste to power the future

 

Runner up ($500)

Tina Chan

Tina Chan, MSc Candidate, Public Health and Health Systems
Supervisor: James Wallace
Presentation title: Improving peer-to-peer support with gamification techniques

 

People's Choice (gift)

Percy Korsah

Percy Korsah, PhD Candidate, Geography
Supervisor: Maria Strack
Presentation title: Effect of linear disturbances (roads) on Peatland functtion

2018 UWaterloo 3MT finalists:

Faculty Name 3MT Presentation Title Department/ School
Engineering Danielle Ripsman Incorporating practical constraints into breast cancer treatment planning Management Sciences
Engineering David Abou Chacra 20/20 Computer vision Systems Design Engineering
Engineering Gregory Lui Photocatalysts: Using today's waste to power the future Chemical Engineering
Engineering Hossam Amer Connecting people with quality video Electrical and Computer Engineering
Arts Jason Lajoie Queering media technology, Queer media practices 1890- 2018 English
Math Kevin Church How advances in stability and bifurcation theory will improve your daily commute Applied Mathematics
Engineering Kevin Goorts Deployable autonomous control systems Civil and Environmental Engineering
Engineering Lichen Zhang Identification of safe and productive handling techniques in bricklaying using wearable senors Civil and Environmental Engineering
Engineering Michelle Bullough Upstream/downstream: Water resilience & management in the Marikina River Basin School of Architecture
Engineering Nivas Ramachandiran Resistance spot welding- Electrode life improvement Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering
Environment Percy Korsah Effect of linear disturbances (roads) on Peatland function Geography
Science Rebecca Stirling Glacial geology south of the Lac de Gras, NWT, and its implications for mineral exploration Earth and Environmental Science
Engineering Seyed Hossein Mirjahanmardi Microwave imaging for early cancer detection Electrical and Computer Engineering
Applied Health Sciences Tina Chan Improving peer-to-peer support with gamification techniques School of Public Health and Healthy Systems