conducts advanced research exploring big questions of the 21st century and beyond. Its research gains insights into Celtic society and its legacy; progresses our understanding of our island, our planet and the universe; and deciphers the underpinning mathematical principles of nature. DIAS Dunsink Observatory is a designated European site of historical significance for physics.
Tionól 2020: Due to the uncertainty caused by the outbreak of Covid19, the restrictions attached to international travel and the ongoing requirement for social distancing, arrangements for the forthcoming Tionól are of necessity provisional and will be kept… Read More
The School of Cosmic Physics undertakes theoretical, computational and observational studies of physics related to the understanding of the Cosmos – from the Earth’s core to the outer reaches of the Universe. It is organised in two broad… Read More
Latest News Upcoming Seminars Wednesday 1 July 2020, 2:30pm Viv Kendon (Durham University) ‘How to Compute Using Quantum Walks’ Senior Professorship, School of Theoretical Physics Applications are sought for the above post from the highest calibre researchers operating… Read More