Probe 2017: Call for Thesis in 3

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Three slides, three minutes, and an entire thesis.

Are you up for the challenge?

Each year, a number of PhD students from around the country participate in Thesis in 3. On 29th September 2017, as part of Probe: Research uncovered at Trinity College Dublin, Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin is inviting PhD students from Trinity to present their doctoral research in a series of concise, rapid talks consisting of three slides running for precisely one minute each. Essentially, each presentation is a thesis elevator pitch, and will open up current Irish research to a wider audience.

Probe is a free evening of music, talks, performance, films, food, experiments and workshops that explore the fascinating research that is shaping our world, Probe is part of European Researchers Night 2017, taking place across Europe on 29th September.

To be in with a chance of taking part in this exciting event showcasing your research to members of the public, apply today by submitting a short overview in this form (200 words max) of your thesis research topic – the deadline is Monday 18th September at noon.

As places are limited, a panel convened by Thesis in 3 hosts Science Gallery Dublin will select a shortlist of applicants to take part, participants will be notified by Wednesday, 20th September.

In the event you are shortlisted to present at Trinity Thesis in 3 at Probe 2017, please ensure you read these guidelines and are available to attend on the evening of Friday, 29th September. 

For further information about this event, please email: with 'Thesis in Three' in the subject line.

‘TCD Thesis in 3’ is organised by Science Gallery Dublin, and is part of Probe: Research Uncovered at Trinity College Dublin. 

PROBE, a collaboration between Trinity College Dublin and Science Gallery Dublin, Probe is part of the European Researchers' Night Project funded by the European Commission under the Marie Sklowdowska-CurieActions. The project has received funding from the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 722628.