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(Clockwise from top): Candidates at the NTU Three-Minute PhD Thesis (3MT) contest; Marthe Hinojales, winner of the contest, with NTU President Subra Suresh; and Natallia Khanijo, runner-up of the tournament.
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RSIS students win NTU Three-Minute PhD Thesis Contest
03 May 2019
Farish A. Noor

At the finals of the NTU Three Minute PhD Thesis (3MT) contest held on 3 May 2019, RSIS swept the top awards. Three of RSIS’ PhD candidates — Marthe Memoracion Hinojales, Natallia Khanijo and Lendra Putra Nurezki — made it to the finals of the contest and presented three-minute summaries of their theses to a panel of seven judges as well as a mixed audience from all the departments and schools of NTU.

All three presentations were very well received, and our candidates won the first and second prizes of the contest: Marthe ... more

At the finals of the NTU Three Minute PhD Thesis (3MT) contest held on 3 May 2019, RSIS swept the top awards. Three of RSIS’ PhD candidates — Marthe Memoracion Hinojales, Natallia Khanijo and Lendra Putra Nurezki — made it to the finals of the contest and presented three-minute summaries of their theses to a panel of seven judges as well as a mixed audience from all the departments and schools of NTU.

All three presentations were very well received, and our candidates won the first and second prizes of the contest: Marthe Hinojales emerging as the champion of the tournament and Natallia Khanijo winning second place. Both winners will now represent NTU at the national 3MT contest that will bring together PhD candidates from all the universities of Singapore. This was a stunning achievement for our candidates and RSIS as well.

RSIS would like to congratulate the candidates for reaching the finals and winning the first and second prizes.

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