Introducing the 2022 Eastern Regional 3-Minute Thesis Competition participants!

Author: Andrea

Posted on Jun 15, 2022

Category: News and Events

The School of Graduate Studies will be hosting this year’s Eastern Regional 3-Minute Thesis Competition tomorrow night (June 16) from 7-9 PM. Participants will be discussing their work on topics from ranging from Canadian memoirs to freshwater fish. We hope to see you there! Please register at the following link:

This year's participants are:

Carla AlChahir AlHajjar
Polytechnique Montréal
Fate factors for microplastics emitted in the marine environment
Atia Amin
Preventing Leishmanisasis Using Exosome
Heather Dicks
Progress and Pandemic
Maxine Iannuccilli
Let's Talk Smarts
Julia Macpherson
This is snow joke: freshwater fish may be more susceptible to acute copper toxicity at winter cold temperatures
Jasmine Mah
Social Vulnerability Index (SVI) - A tool helping us age with dignity
SeyyedeDaghar Najafi (Sara)
Université de Sherbrooke
The Narrative of Death in Selected Canadian Memoirs
Ayuno Nakahashi
Université de Montreal
Neural Feud: The Decision-Maker(s)
Imene Romdhanem
Towards Intelligent Reliable Connectivity for Underwater Optical Wireless Communication
Kara-Lyne Shaw
Saint Mary's University
Mathematical Modelling of Forest Edge Influence
Nader Srour
Université Laval
The brain's energy department: A part of a fascinating network
Corelli Vincenzo
Marine Protected Areas and Climate Change: a guide to seas the future