Three minute thesis competition


We will be running a competition for current doctoral students in which we will ask them to present their doctoral research in no longer than three minutes using no more than three overhead slides.

This will challenge their presentation skills and give them an excellent opportunity to present their work to a general but technical audience – something that all researchers should be able to do if they are to communicate the importance and excitement of their work effectively.

Sessions will run during lunch breaks, and all E-MRS delegates are invited to attend. There will be a small judging committee who will decide on which presentations are the best, based on the clarity of presentation, the quality of the science, and the level of technical understanding that the presenter demonstrates. Presentations should include details of the motivation for the research, the results achieved so far, the potential impact of the work, and what conclusions have been drawn to date.

A small prize will be offered to the best presentation.


The Thesis Competition will be held on Monday 12:45-14:00 and Tuesday 12:45-13:45 in room 208 - Main Building.


Monday, 16th September               Tuesday, 17th September

Ahmed Zeeshan

Alktash Nivin

Anisha Mohapatra

Baba Elbruz Murat

Barrio Hermida Jesus

Cui Lijuan

Dovydas Joksas

Eswaran Akshaya Devi

Kathribail Anish Raj

Kisslinger Ryan

Kucharski Stefan

Lopes Joana

Lu Li

Moldarev Dmitrii

Naoto Asai

Naqvi Syeda Rabab

Nies Cara-Lena

Nouchokgwe Kamgue Youri Dilan

Popoff Youri

Matunova Petra

Miliaieva Daria

Lu Xiaoxue

Szafraniak Bartłomiej

Tom Thomas

Schultheiss Amélie


Patelli Nicola

Prah Uros

Prajapati Krishna Nand

Rajamani Keerthivasan

Sadl Matej

Salgado-Beceiro Jorge

Santos Jéssica

Schlag Leslie

Sellschopp Kai

Srivastava Varun

Veziroglu Salih

Vishnu Bhingardive Viraj

Nouchokgwe Kamgue Youri Dilan

Parente Matteo

Parra Jorge