Want to hear an 80,000 word thesis explained in 180 seconds?

You might think of it as a super-condensed, science-based Pecha Kucha.

Graduate students from across the Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering will explain their research and why it matters -- all in just 180 seconds.

Contestants must condense their research into a brief, engaging presentation for a non-specialist audience, using a single presentation slide.

Invite your friends to learn about research at MSU!

Thursday, March 1, 2018

3-4 p.m. - Procrastinator Theater - Strand Union Building


Finalists Research Topic

Madisen McCleary

Novel Ceramic Materials for Renewable Energy Systems

Chris Casebeer

A Customizable Auditory Fovea

Geoffrey Zath

Combating the Flu: From Drops to Treatment

Logan Battrell

Peering into a Black Box: Understanding Water Management for Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Burcu Ozay

Ultrasensitive Disease Diagnosis with UDAR

Shawna Pratt

High Resolution Science: Life in a Drop

Vincent Morasko

Advancing biocement technologies into the depths of the subsurface


Learn more about the competition at threeminutethesis.org.