การประกวดการนำเสนอวิทยานิพนธ์ด้านป่าไม้ 3 นาที
ขอเชิญนิสิตระดับป.โท และ เอก ร่วมการประกวดการนำเสนอวิทยานิพนธ์ด้านป่าไม้ 3 นาที ชิงเงินรางวัล 3,000 Canadian Dollars!
As a significant event of the Asia Pacific Young Scientists Association (AYS https://apfecm.forestry.ubc.ca/aysa/), with the tremendous support from APFNet and all the Steering Committee members of AP-FECM, AYSA is planning to host the Three Minutes Thesis (3MT) virtual competition among all levels university students (Undergraduates, Masters and PhDs) in the Asia pacific region. Originated by AP-FECM and UBC Faculty of Forestry, AYSA aims at accelerating scientific progress in any field requires focused training and the development of the best young minds.
Three Minutes Thesis competition, originated in University of Queensland in 2008, is an academic competition that assists current students with fostering effective presentation and communication skills. Participants have just three minutes to explain the breadth and significance of their research project to a non-specialist audience. This is for the first time ever for AYSA to host this exciting event and the First place winner in this event will win a big prize of 3,000 Canadian Dollars!
In this year’s event, we will accept the virtual presentations in the three specializations:
- Forest Resources Management (e.g. Forest management, Urban Forestry, Forest Remote Sensing etc.)
- Biodiversity and Ecosystem (e.g. Forest genetics, Forest ecology, Forest conservation etc.)
- Bio-based materials/products, Bioenergy and wood based products/materials.\
More information (rules, schedule, judging criteria etc.) about the upcoming 3MT virtual competition is provided in the attached poster. Please feel free to share both the email and poster with any student who is willing to participate in this event and earn the big awards!
Schedule & Procedure
Registration by May 30th, 2022
Registration link: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_88Sf3werjhAbMuq
First round call for 3MT video presentations by August 30th, 2022 (videos will be collected by Dr. Na Zhong via email@example.com)
Semi-finals: streamed live competition in October, 2022 (details will be disseminated via emails later)
Final: streamed live competition in November, 2022 (details will be disseminated via emails later)
|First place||CAD 250|
|Runner up||CAD 150|
|Third place||CAD 100|
|First place||CAD 3,000|
|Runner up||CAD 1,000|
|3rd place||CAD 500|