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Prizes and Winners

Congratulations to our 3MT 2017 university-wide finalists... and winners!

First prize winner ($1000) and People's Choice award (gift)

Emmanuel Alabi, PhD Candidate, Vision Science

Emmanuel Alabi, PhD Candidate, Vision Science
Supervisor: Trefford Simpson
Presentation title:  Objective Measurement of Pain

 

Runner up ($500)

Andria Bianchi, PhD Candidate, Philosophy

Andria Bianchi, PhD Candidate, Philosophy Supervisor: Patricia Marino
Presentation title:  Sex, Dementia, and Consent

 
Faculty First Name Last Name 3MT Presentation Title Department/ School
Science Emmanuel Alabi Objective measurement of pain School of Optometry and Vision Science
Arts Andria Bianchi Sex, Dementia and Consent Philosophy
Math Thomas Bury Predicting Critical Transitions in Nature and Society Applied Mathematics
Arts Joseph Andrew Buscemi Surviving the Worst: Cultures in Crisis at the End of the Cold War History
Engineering Christopher Chan Growing an Ecology in Space Architecture
Applied Health Science Christine Czoli Can E-Cigarettes Successfully Replace Tobacco Cigarettes? School of Public Health and Health Systems
Engineering Mostafa Farrokhabadi Reducing Remote Communities Isolated Grids Dependency On Energy Storage Systems Electrical and Computer
Math Tyrone Ghaswala Pac-Man and Donuts Pure Mathematics
Science Nyasha Gondora The impact of chronic early life stress on receptor expression in the brain Pharmacy
Engineering Eric Hunsberger Efficient Artificial Brains Systems Design
Engineering Injla Khan Starch and Cellulose based Nanocomposites Chemical
Engineering Leah Kristufek Designing for the Future: Decreasing the Infrastructure Costs of De-icing Salts Mechanical and Mechantronics
Environment Meaghan Mechler Effect of Biochar on Soil Health and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Temperate Agriculture Geography and Environmental Management
Engineering Cynthia Waltho Carbon policies in supply chain network design with carbon sensitive demand Management Sciences
Engineering Amy Yang Nutrient threshold concentrations for cyanobacterial blooms in drinking water reservoirs Civil and Environmental