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Below are all the 3MT submissions, randomly ordered each time the page is loaded. Click the slides to see larger versions.

Voting for the People’s choice has now closed! The winners are announced here.

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  • You must be affiliated with the University of Luxembourg or an associated funding or research institute (such as LIH or LIST, etc.) in order to vote. To demonstrate this, use your institutional email to vote.
  • You may only vote for one contestant, and you may only vote once.
  • Judging criteria can be found on the main 3MT webpage. Please remember that video style and recording quality should NOT be considered when voting, as this is not a competition in video editing.
  • To cast your vote, send an email to 3MT@uni.lu with the full name (as written below) of the contestant in the subject, and nothing else. Do not include the title of the presentation or anything else in the subject. The votes are treated automatically, and the contents of the email will not be read.
  • Voting will be closed at 12:00 on Friday 3rd of July.

Daniele Proverbio: Classification and detection of critical transitions

Judith Meyer – Flash Floods in Central Europe?!

Henry Kurniawan – Nutritional benefit and the immune system

Marine Deregnoncourt – Reflection and analysis based on the interpretations of Marina Hands and Eric Ruf of Phaedra by Jean Racine and Break Of Noon by Paul Claude

Lia Pinto – When the superhero finds his enemy weakness: how to beat cancer from the inside

Nikita Gaponiuk – Understanding the sustainability of policies for free movement of workers

Charlotte Stoffels – What are the health consequences of chemical pollution?

Kevin Simoes Loureiro – Towards more equal starting conditions regarding the transition into compulsory schooling in Luxembourg? The implementation of a plurilingual education policy in early childhood education and care

Jessica Levy – Identifying the “good” schools: Value-added scores as a tool?

Mario Minardi – 5G: A future technology with higher number of devices connected to the network

Sonja Fixemer – The brains immune cells come in many shapes: How do they change in Alzheimer’s Disease?

Mariana Ribeiro – Would you like to be forever young?

Bonn Kleiford Seranilla – Decision making in an uncertain world

Silvia Peracchi – Surnames, diversity and migration economics

Kobi Wasner – Back to the Future: Turning Skin into Stem Cells

Sònia Sabaté Soler – Using mini-brains to study brain inflammation in Parkinson’s Disease

Hanna Wurzer – Tumor cell skeleton: an ideal target for immunotherapy?

Puneeth Jubba Honnaiah – Multi Beam High Throughput Satellite Systems

Saurabh Deshpande – Towards safer surgeries

Laure Pauly – Mysterious memory

Marie-Alix Dalle – Improving the energy efficiency of a Membrane Distillation Process

Giulia Pagano – Who controls the police of our body?

Sergei Tikhomirov – Bitcoin privacy

Tessa van Hateren – Improving drought forecasts using satellite soil moisture data

Francesca Maria Stefanizzi – New biomarkers for outcome prognostication of cardiac arrest patients

Richa Maheshwari – Pivotal role of commuting satisfaction in workplace relocation and subjective well-being

Philippe Ludivig – Localisation and mapping for a small lunar rover

Anne-Marie Hanff – About Nurses and Criminal Investigators

Sadeq Salehi Kadijani – Quantum Thermodynamics

Hameeda Jagalur Basheer – Generating electricity with a superblack material