Visualise Your Thesis Winners 2023
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2023 Visualise Your Thesis Competition at the University of Adelaide is Georgia Moloney from the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for her exceptional presentation: Airing out wildlife trafficking.
Georgia will receive $1000 and the opportunity to participate in the International competition being held later this year. She is currently in France on an internship with CMA CGM.
"As part of my research on the illegal wildlife trade, CMA CGM (one of the largest shipping companies worldwide) invited me to undertake an internship with them at their head office in Marseille, France. It has been an incredible experience so far, and it is fantastic to see that companies such as CMA CGM are willing to acknowledge and actively fight against the illegal wildlife trade!"- Georgia Moloney, Visualise Your Thesis First Prize Winner 2023
Watch the winning presentations below, or view all of this year's Visualise Your Thesis entries in the online submissions showcase.
View the 2023 winners
First Prize: Georgia Moloney, School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Airing out wildlife trafficking by Georgia Moloney
Second Prize: Zulfiqar Ali, School of Architecture and Civil Engineering
In-situ stress measurement using non-destructive techniques by Zulfiqar Ali
Third Prize: Jack Hetherington, The Centre for Global Food and Resources, School of Economics and Public Policy
Understanding and supporting Australian cheese manufacturers to improve the utilisation of whey by Jack Hetherington
People's Choice Award: Trang Huyen Dang, School of Economics and Public Policy
The impact of female education on maternal healthcare utilization by Trang Huyen Dang
The 2023 judging panel comprised:
- Professor Carolin Plewa, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Researcher Education and Development) and Dean of Graduate Studies at
- Professor Laura Parry, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Excellence) at the University of Adelaide.
- Sian Woolcock, University Librarian at the University of Adelaide.
Congratulations to our 2023 winners, and we would like to extend a huge thank you to all of our participants this year. We appreciate your hard work and have thoroughly enjoyed viewing your presentations and learning more about the diverse research taking place across the University. Thank you also to our judges for their thoughtful efforts.
The competition will be back again next year - watch out for an announcement in early 2024!