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The Three Minute Thesis competition of the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies challenges competitors to give a three-minute presentation on the topic of their thesis explaining its significance to an audience composed of educated but non-specialized people. It is open to all students enrolled in a Master’s degree with thesis or a PhD at ÉTS.
This year, Sadia Khaf, a PhD student in the Department of Electrical Engineering at ÉTS, won first prize at the April 14 final, an amount of $1000. Her presentation was entitled « Enabling Massive Connectivity through Intelligent and Energy Efficient Cognitive Radio Networks ».