The Astronomy and Astrophysics Section, which evolved from the former Cosmic Ray Section and the Astronomy Section at Dunsink Observatory, carries out research in a range of fields: active galactic nuclei, advanced evolution of massive stars, computational astrophysics,… Read More
Our first online event as part of our upcoming Samhain agus Science mini-fest takes place on Monday 26th October at 6pm, and will be presented by @AstridEichhorn. Tickets are free and booking is essential: eventbrite.ie/e/124399258531 @UniSouthDenmark #Samhainagusscience Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics
The Bell Burnell Graduate Scholarship Fund is open for applications. Know someone wishing to study a Physics PhD who could benefit from this fund? Direct them to https://t.co/JYp1U4KxuC to find out more and apply. Closing date is midday Friday 22 Jan 2021 #BellBurnellFund— Institute of Physics (@PhysicsNews) October 16, 2020
"The Hamilton Way" A proposed foot and cycle route linking Dunsink Observatory and the Royal Canal Greenway, Ashtown and the Tolka Valley Greenway. Read about it here: dunsink.dias.ie/hamiltonway/ @DIASDunsink @DIAS_Dublin @StpDias @DIASAstronomy @MathsWeek Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics
I was funded by this great PhD programme way back when. Want to do a PhD @DIASAstronomy on massive stars, supernovae, cosmic rays? Plenty of time to get in touch and write an application! Check out dias.ie/massivestars #DIASdiscovers @davit_zargaryan @sam_green93 @MMoutzouri twitter.com/IrishResearch/… Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics
#RIAaccess2experts Join Dame Prof Jocelyn Bell Burnell, Hon. MRIA for this online Academy Discourse 'Astronomy and Poetry' discussing astronomical objects/events that have attracted the attention of #poets on Tue 10 Nov, 7pm. Free but booking essential bit.ly/RIAJBB Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics
✨The Last and Next 100 Years of Astronomy 🪐 If you missed the fascinating talk by Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell the talk has now been loaded to our YouTube Channel. We will be launching our events for October very soon so watch this space! youtu.be/S_XVFGAavE0 Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics
@KOSullivanIT @ibec_irl @IrishTimes 📢Prof Terry Tao @UCLA will deliver the RIA 2020 Hamilton Lecture on 16 Oct, 4pm - #free register now bit.ly/riaTTao Remember send your #maths❓by 12noon, 2 Oct, if you need inspiration check out #Numberphile video bit.ly/RIATaoYT #HamiltonDay sponsor @ibec_irl Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics
Save the date for the next #ISSIGameChangers online seminar “The Sun from SOHO, and First Glimpses of Parker Solar Probe and Solar Orbiter“ with Daniel Müller (@ESASolarOrbiter scientist, @esa-estec, NL) - Thursday, 1st October, 16h CEST— ISSI (@ISSIBern) September 28, 2020
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The @IrishResearch Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowships call is now OPEN! Deadline for applications 19 November. Also includes a Social Enterprise Impact Fellowship in partnership with @deptRCD research.ie/funding/goipd/… #LoveIrishResearch #LovePostdocs Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics
.@petertgallagher says SETI might be a "moon-landing moment for the next generation" - having worked with undergraduate interns Aoife Brennan and Charlie Giese this summer we very much agree: lofar.ie/astrolands-int… youtu.be/yv3ZH6C55H8?t=… youtube.com/watch?v=yv3ZH6… twitter.com/I_LOFAR/status… Retweeted by DIAS Astronomy & Astrophysics
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