Showcase

VISUALISE YOUR THESIS 2018 SHOWCASE

Participating institutions held their own local competitions in 2018 and have shared their winning entries. The competition submissions were judged on visual impact: how well the entrants presented their research projects as short, engaging, digital narratives.

Australian National University: Manganese based green nanoparticles for energy applications by Ankita Gagrani

CQUniversity: Copper pesticide resistance in bacterial speck (Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato) in Queensland Australia by Karina Griffin

Curtin University: Recovery and Enhancement of Fingermarks and other Physical Evidence: Towards Improved Protocols for Crime Scene Investigation by Rhiannon Boseley

James Cook University: The impact of ocean acidification on ecological processes that structure coral communities by Tessa Hill

La Trobe University: Treating malaria by targeting… our own cells?! by Coralie Boulet

Queensland University of Technology: Emotion in Motion: Bodily Expressions of Emotion by Kossinna Wasala

The University of Hong Kong: Too many P-s spoil the protein by Mei Li Khong

University of Johannesburg: Fifty shades of ash by Charlotte Badenhorst

The University of Melbourne: Antipsychotic Medication and Longitudinal Brain Imaging in First Episode Psychosis by Marianne Mueller

University of South Australia: Visualise Your Thesis Winner: Using Social Media to Predict Future Protest Events by Jeffrey Ansah

University of Sydney: Fluorescent Arrays for Phosphate Sensing by Genevieve Sergeant

Victoria University: The effect of concurrent exercise order on training adaptations in healthy active males by Matt Lee

KEY DATES

2018 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)