Three Minute Thesis
3MT (Three Minute Thesis Competition)
For the inaugural 3MT competition at Virginia Tech, we will be holding a competition for students within the Kevin T. Crofton Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering only. All graduate students within the AOE department are invited to participate.
For 2019, our participants will include:
||Hydroelasticity of High-Speed Planing Craft Subjected to Slamming Events||Video|
|Md Nurul Huda
||3D Simulator for Wind Interferometer Data-Model Comparison||Video|
||Acceleration of CFD Codes on Heterogeneous Systems||Video|
|Kyle Daniel||Space-time Description of Supersonic Jets with Thermal Non-uniformity||Video|
|Hongyu Wang||Error Estimation for CFD Simulations Using Error Transport Equations||Video|
|M. Javad Javaherian||Flow Visualization in Experimental Investigation of Slamming in High-Speed Craft||Video|
|Harsh Sharma||Structure-preserving Numerical Methods for Engineering Applications||Video|
|Manu Krishnan||Data based modeling of aero engine response||Video|
|Naina Pisharoti||Robust Design Optimization Using Noisy Input Gaussian Processes||Video|
|Manasi Palwankar||FEM Modeling Recommendations using Machine Learning||Video|
|Rachit Prasad||Flutter/LCO based Wing Shape Design||Video|
|Carlos Michelen||Data Assimilation in RANS Simulation||Video|
The first date will be November 8th, 2019. This will be the first round of the competition, but will serve as a critique session for competitors. No student will be eliminated on this day.
This is the date of the final competition. All competitors should prepare their best presentation on this date. Judging for the final presentations will occur on this date.
Where will the competition be?
The competition will be held in Torgersen Hall, room 2150.
There will be travel grants awarded to the top presentations given during the competition. These will be awarded on the completion of the competition.