University of Melbourne Competition 2017 Gallery
The competition submissions were judged on visual impact: how well presented their research projects as short, engaging, digital narratives. The entrants from a variety from a variety of disciplines used multi-media, interactivity and their creativity to take the ‘classic conference poster’ to the next level.
1st Prize Winner: Rachel Pollitt, PhD Student, Final Year Department of Early Childhood/Graduate.
2nd Prize Winner: Sheikh Khaleduzzaman Shah PhD Student, Department of Infrastructure Engineering.
3rd Prize Winner: Sarah Webber, PhD Student, School of Computing & Information Systems.
Viewers' Choice award: Fatemeh Karimi, PhD Student, Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Department + Chemical Engineering Department/Polymer Science Group.
2016 1st Prize Winner: Emilie Walsh - Imagination of Adventure in Today’s Art.
2016 2nd Prize Winner: Jackson McCaffrey - Development of the Rowley Shoals Reefs
KEY DATES2018 Australian showcase
- MARCH - AUGUST 2018
Participating universities run Visualise Your Thesis competitions locally
The local competition process should be completed by 1 September 2018, so that the University of Melbourne
has time to develop the national online showcase
- SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2018
National online showcase of Visualise Your Thesis entries hosted by The University of Melbourne
2019 Australian competition
- MARCH - AUGUST 2019
Visualise Your Thesis heats held at individual universities. Winners of local Visualise Your Thesis heats entered into a national Visualise Your Thesis competition (online)
- SEPTEMBER - DECEMBER 2019
Inaugural National Visualise Your Thesis competition (online)