Winners of Visualise Your Thesis 2021

20 July 2021

Congratulations to the winners of the Visualise Your Thesis competition

  • Visualise Your Thesis 2021 winner

    First place winner Daniel Boczniewicz and Professor Megan McAuliffe at the prize giving

This year we had 13 amazing entries in the UC Visualise Your Thesis competition, creating a challenge for our wonderful judging panel (Dr Susie Stevens, Assoc. Prof. Billy O’Steen & Professor Megan McAuliffe). The prize giving was held on Friday 16 July and the following prizes were announced:

People’s Choice Award: Mohamed Mahmoud’s “Physiological mechanisms of endogenous attention lapses and microsleeps”.

Highly commended: Spencer Virgin’s “Limpets: Sentinels of change on New Zealand rocky shoresand Donald Prentice Jr’s “Beauty in the horror film”.

3rd place: MinChul Park for “What is the ringing noise? Understanding tinnitus perception from EEC activity”.

2nd place: Shnece Duncan for “The economics of neurological impairment: The case of dysphagia”.

1st place: Daniel Boczniewicz for ”Modelling stem properties for eucalyptus in New Zealand’s dryland environments”.

Daniel’s entry will now proceed to the international Visualise Your Thesis competition. Watch this space for how you can support Daniel’s entry in the international People’s Choice Award!

Congratulations to all the place getters!

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