Visualise Your Thesis is competition that challenges graduate researchers to summarise their research in an engaging, 60-second visual presentation.
It gives you the opportunity to build essential digital communication skills so you can effectively communicate complex research to a general audience.
You are required to develop a 60-second presentation, using a supplied template, that encapsulates your research project. Competition submissions are judged on their visual impact, and how well the content presents the research. The competition allows for multi-media, interactivity and interpretation and is suitable for all disciplines.
You are eligible to enter if you are a current Higher Degree by Research candidate (including if your thesis is currently under examination) and have your first-year integrity milestone check by the date of submission.
Submissions for the Visualise your Thesis 2018 competition are now closed. Applications for the next competition will open in early 2019.
A link to the online application form will be available here when applications open.
Winner - Genevieve Sergeant
Runner up - Hiba Jebeile
Viewer's choice - Kenji Fujita
You can view 2018 Visualise your Thesis entries on the library website.