Krishnan Unni, a CEE PhD candidate at NTU, has won the 2nd place at the Singapore Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition organised virtually by the National University of Singapore on Tuesday, 10 August 2021. The first prize was won by Sharmelee Selvaraji from NUS on the topic of ‘Vascular Dementia in Asia’.
9 participants from Nanyang Technological University, National University of Singapore, and Singapore University of Technology & Design competed to explain their research thesis in a simple yet engaging three-minute talk aimed at the general public. The other representatives from NTU at the 3MT Singapore Finals were IGS-Sustainable Earth student, Rochelle Silva and SCBE PhD candidate, Zan Ping.
Presenting on the topic, ‘Smart Concrete Sensor’, Krishnan won the prize of €500 and will be representing Singapore and NTU at the Asia Pacific 3MT Finals, which will be hosted virtually by the University of Queensland, Australia on 20 October 2021.