UPDATE: Due to the unavoidable withdrawal of speakers the Tionól will now commence at 16:10 Thursday 19th November. Tea and coffee will be served from 15:15. The rest of the schedule remains unchanged.
"...sometime early in 1944, I got a phone call from Oswald Veblen, asking me whether I would like to go to Europe attached to the American Army in a scientific capacity." #SyngeWeek Part 4: Columbus & Europe is now live on our website ➡️ dias.ie/2020/03/23/syn… #DIASdiscovers
"Long before 1916 I had become a Nationalist, but the idea that there might be an armed rebellion was nothing more than a whispered rumour..." #SyngeWeek part 3 will be posted on our website this evening at 6pm. Part 2: University is available until then: dias.ie/2020/03/23/syn…
"My mother was Ellen Frances Price (1861-1935), daughter of James Price, a distinguished Irish engineer. I believe that, in so far as it was genetic, my interest in mathematics came from this side of the family."- J.L Synge More: dias.ie/2020/03/23/syn… #SyngeWeek #DIASdiscovers