ECU’s annual Research Week will be held from the 14th to 18th September on Joondalup, Mount Lawley and Bunbury campuses. Research Week celebrates the work of ECU’s researchers and aims to foster creativity and collaboration. Staff, students, alumni, industry partners and members of the community are invited to a series of presentations, panel discussions and networking events to discover the innovative research at ECU.
The inaugural Research Photography Competition, which aims to showcase some of the exciting research happening at ECU, was held in the lead up to Research Week 2014.
At the 2014 ‘Your Research in a Nutshell’ and ‘One Minute to Pitch It’ competitions audience members and judges heard about a wide range of cutting edge research being undertaken at ECU.
Three Minute Thesis (3MT™)
The 3MT is a research communication competition where Higher Degree by Research (HDR) Candidates have three minutes to explain their research and its significance. 3MT provides a unique opportunity to profile and celebrate the innovative research conducted by research candidates at ECU and from around the world.
Your Research in a Nutshell
This competition is for ‘early-career’ researchers at ECU who will battle it out to communicate their contemporary research/creative outputs ‘in a nutshell’. Be part of the audience and hear about ECU’s cutting-edge research.
Are you good at taking photos and have an interesting research project? Why not enter the Research Week photography competition and your image could be exhibited during Research Week. The categories are: Digital photography (images captured with a DSLR, point and shoot, microscope photography etc) and Mobile photography.
ECU Research Week will be held from 14th to 18th September 2015.
Please include these dates in your calendar, pass them on to relevant staff in your area and consider potential events that would support Research Week's aims of promoting research, research training and improving our research culture.
If you would like to contribute to Research Week please contact the Graduate Research School.
Graduate Research School
Telephone: (61 8) 6304 2802