Andy Stamm is a finalist in the universities 3 minute thesis competition and will be speaking about his work with inertial sensors in swimming. Congratulations Andy and best of luck in the finals
I would like to draw your attention to the upcoming Griffith Final of the Three Minute Thesis competition which will be held on Wednesday 7 September at 4:30pm on the South Bank campus (S05_2.04), and invite you to circulate this invitation to staff and students in your school, department, institute or centre.
Griffith’s Three Minute Thesis final is a great way to promote research degrees at Griffith, to discover the ground-breaking and inspiring research that Griffith students accomplish every day, and is an opportunity for research students to communicate and publicise their research, and have the chance to win significant prize money towards their research accounts.
You should by now have each received an invitation to attend this event and support Griffith’s competing students, and I would like to encourage you to do so. To register, please visit: http://www.griffith.edu.au/research-week/register-your-interest-content
Topics at the 2011 final will include:
- Nutrition in general practice
- Natural products as leads to cancer drugs
- Food surplus and the territory: an architectural and gastronomic analysis of town planning and urban sustainability
- Sport fan development: investigating the drivers to developing an attachment to professional sport teams
- CTME: making maths valuable, relevant and exciting
- Development and evaluation of multimedia-learning tools geared towards clinical pharmacy education
- Korean music education under Japanese colonial rule (1910-1945)
- Failure to rescue the deteriorating hospitalised patient
- Process drama for foreign language teaching
- Outcomes of children with Autism in different school settings
- Monitoring swimmers performance using inertial sensors
I look forward to seeing you there!
Professor Parlo Singh
Dean, Griffith Graduate Research School
Daniel James, Queensland Sports Technology Cluster
Centre for Wireless Monitoring and Applications, Griffith University
Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research, Queensland Academy of Sport
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