Luke Stephenson speaks onstage at the 3MT competition.

Grad Research: Tech(Re)Usable Systems to Augment Neurorecovery

Luke Stephenson, a PhD student in Information Technology was a top 10 finalist in Carleton’s Three Minute Thesis Competition.

His topic? Tech(Re)Usable Systems to Augment Neurorecovery.

The 3MT is a celebration of graduate student research that challenges grad students to communicate the key concepts of their research in a compelling presentation of three minutes or less. The Carleton 3MT began in 2013 and has grown in popularity every year. A panel of judges from within Carleton, the Ottawa community and from the Graduate Students’ Association evaluates each of the brief, compelling presentations.

Watch his presentation below: