MT3F 2019: they did it in 3 minutes! [fr]

15 PhD students, 3 minutes each, 1 slide and 1 language: French. The 2019 edition of My Thesis in 3 minutes in French took place as part of the Francophonie Festival.

On Wednesday 13th March, 15 PhD students from Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick and Maynooth took part in the 2019 edition of My Thesis in 3 minutes in French.

My Thesis in 3 minutes in French.

My Thesis in 3 minutes in French is a competition open to all PhD students registered in a Higher Education Institution in Ireland. They have to face the challenge of presenting their thesis in 3 minutes and in French.

The participants

This year, 15 PhD students took part in the competition organised at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

The rules of MT3F
The rules of MT3F
Dr Marc Daumas, attaché for science and academia - Embassy of France in Ireland
Marta Lasek Markey
Marta Lasek Markey
Trinity College Dublin
Ayoub Lasri
Ayoub Lasri
Royal College of Surgeons Ireland
Charlotte Oliver
Charlotte Oliver
Trinity College Dublin / Teagasc
Alberto Poncelas
Alberto Poncelas
Dublin City University
Aileen Reddan
Aileen Reddan
National University of Ireland, Galway
Julie Trobitsch
Julie Trobitsch
Maynooth University
Ricardo Valdes-Bango Curell
Ricardo Valdes-Bango Curell
Dublin City University
Marine Valmier
Marine Valmier
Trinity College Dublin
Eva Vanmassenhove
Eva Vanmassenhove
Dublin City University
Maude Baudraz
Maude Baudraz
Trinity College Dublin
Anne Beaucamp
Anne Beaucamp
University of Limerick
Herehau Blais
Herehau Blais
Teagasc Moorepark
Alexandra Corey
Alexandra Corey
Trinity College Dublin
Maria Cullen
Maria Cullen
National University of Ireland, Galway
Elisa Di Carlo
Elisa Di Carlo
University of Limerick

The jury

The jury was composed both of academics and diplomats:
- H.E. Stéphane Crouzat, Ambassador, Embassy of France to Ireland,
- H.E. Lahcen Mahraoui, Ambassador, Embassy of Morocco to Ireland,
- Ms Bernadette Scheid, Deputy Head, Embassy of Belgium to Ireland,
- Prof. Sarah Alyn-Stacey, Associate Professor of French, Trinity College Dublin
- Prof. Marc Devocelle, Associate Professor of Chemistry, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
- Dr Amélie Rouger, Postdoctoral Researcher, Teagasc

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MT3F - the jury
(From left to right) Dr Amélie Rouger, Prof. Marc Devocelle, Prof. Sarah Alyn-Stacey, H.E. Ambassador Crouzat, H.E. Ambassador Mahraoui, Ms Bernadette Scheid

And the winners are...

Traditionally, the jury awards two prizes (elocution and outreach) and the audience votes for their favourite candidate. However, this year, due to the high quality of the presentations, the jury decided to award a fourth prize, to reward originality:
- Elisa Di Carlo, from University of Limerick won both the Audience Prize and the Jury Prize
- Ricardo Valdes-Bango Curell, from Dublin City University, won the Originality Prize
- Maude Baudraz, from Trinity College Dublin, won the Elocution Prize
- Ayoub Lasri, from Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, won the Outreach Prize

Watch here the winners’ presentations and get more information about their research.

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The jury and the winners of this 2019 edition
The jury and the winners of the 2019 edition of My Thesis in 3 Minutes in French which took place at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

Thanks

My Thesis in 3 minutes in French is an event organised by the Embassy of France in Ireland as part of the Francophonie Festival.
We would like to warmly thank all the participants to this year’s edition, the jury as well as our generous partner, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and our sponsors.

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Published on 26/03/2019

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