School of Theoretical Physics Statutory Public Lecture 2017
Prof. Dr. Luciano Rezzolla (Goethe University of Frankfurt) “The Physics and Astrophysics of Merging Neutron-Star Binaries”
Friday 15th December 2017 at 6.00 p.m. Edmund Burke Theatre (Room 1008), Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin
Thirty-fifth Hugh M Fitzpatrick Lecture in Legal Bibliography in association with Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Dr Martin Mansergh De Valera and the creation of an independent Irish constitutional tradition
Dublin Institute for Advances Studies, Burlington Road, Dublin 4 at 6 pm on Tuesday 28th November 2017
Early Irish Law and the Laws of Western Europe, 400-800
By Professor Thomas Charles-Edwards, Jesus College, Oxford.
Friday 17th November 2017 at 8:00pm, Thomas Davis Theatre, Trinity College Dublin.
Brave new worlds: the planets in our galaxy
By Professor Giovanna Tinetti, University College London
Thursday 19th October 2017 at 6:30pm at University College Dublin
Trust, Expert Opinion and Policy conference (“When Experts Disagree” Irish Research Council funded interdisciplinary project between UCD School of Philosophy and DIAS.)
August 31st-September 2nd 2017
The former Governor of the Irish Central Bank, Prof. Patrick Honohan gave a Keynote address on “Taking Credit: Trust and Transactions in Economics” at the conference “Trust, Expert Opinion, and Policy”. The video of the lecture is available here :
2016 Statutory Public Lecture of the School of Cosmic Physics in association with the “When Experts Disagree” Irish Research Council funded interdisciplinary project between UCD School of Philosophy and DIAS.
By Professor Tim Palmer (University of Oxford)
“The Physics of Climate Change : What we know and what we are uncertain about”. Thurs 24th Nov 2016. Edmund Burke Theatre, Trinity College Dublin
By Professor Barry J. Lewis (School of Celtic Studies, DIAS)
“The impact of the Anglo-Norman conquest on hagiography in Wales and Ireland”. Fri 18th Nov 2016, Theatre R, Arts Building/Newman Building, UCD.
By Professor Sheila Rowan (University of Glasgow and Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland)
“Gravitational waves: a new astronomy”. Mon 21st Nov 2016 – ICON Theatre, UCD Science Hub, UCD.
Professor Arthur Jaffe (Harvard University).
“Beauty and Truth in Mathematics and Physics”. Wed 18th May 2016 – Schrodinger Lecture Theatre , TCD.
Dr Immo Warntjes (Queen’s University Belfast)
“Mathematics vs astronomy in early medieval Ireland”. Friday 11th December 2015 at DIAS.
Prof. Werner Nahm (School of Theoretical Physics, DIAS)
“Celts in the Cosmos”
Thursday 3rd December 2015 in the National Gallery of Ireland.
Professor Mike Cruise (University of Birmingham)
“100 Years of Einstein’s Gravity but where are the Waves?”
25 November 2015 in St. Patrick’s College Drumcondra.
Professor Ruairí Ó hUiginn (NUI Maynooth)
“The Emergence of Modern Irish”
Friday 20th November 2015 at TCD
Dr Cormac O’Raifeartaigh (Waterford Institute of Technology) “Einstein’s Universe: Relativity and the Big Bang”
Monday 9th November 2015 at DIAS.
In the shadow of an active volcano: Why is eruption prediction so elusive?
Wednesday 21st October 2015 at the Royal Irish Academy.
School of Celtic Studies Statutory Public Lecture 2014 (UCD, 14 November 2014)
“The Church in the Laws of Early Mediaeval Ireland” by Professor Liam Breatnach, School of Celtic Studies, DIAS.
“Cosmic Rays: A Century of Adventure and Mysteries!” by Professor Etienne Parizot, Professor of High Energy Astrophysics, Université Paris Diderot, France.
“Are Brains Analog or Digital?”. by Professor Freeman Dyson, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
School of Celtic Studies : one-day law conference in honour of Professor Fergus Kelly on the occasion of his retirement (DIAS, 28 June 2014)
School of Celtic Studies : Statutory Public Lecture 2013 (Trinity College, 15 November 2013)
“Early Irish Music: An overview of the linguistic and documentary evidence” by Professor Fergus Kelly, DIAS.
School of Cosmic Physics : Statutory Public Lecture 2013 (UCD, 4 December 2013)
“Solving the Puzzle of Dark Matter?” by Professor Lars Bergström, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Stockholm University and Secretary of the Nobel Committee for Physics.
“On the other side of the hill: the importance of basic science for innovation and development” by Professor Robbert Dijkgraaf, Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton. Watch the lecture here