Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) is delighted to take part in the 2020 Dublin Tech Summit as a partner in the Dublin Region Innovation Consortium (DRIC) and welcomes opportunities to discuss industry collaborations and knowledge transfer. DIAS… Read More
Light-speed talks from leading astrophysicists, a virtual tour of the world famous Dunsink Observatory, and delving into the geohazards of the modern world are among the programme of events being hosted by the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies… Read More
A highlight of the September programme of Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture is the opening of a set of art shows under the umbrella of the Aerial/Sparks project. One of these shows is a collaboration between composer… Read More
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) is marking its unique mission and rich legacy of ground-breaking discoveries with a week of on-line events culminating in DIAS Day on Friday, 19th June , which marks the 80th anniversary since… Read More
Unique ocean-bottom recordings of North Atlantic earthquakes and the songs of great baleen whales offshore Ireland have been obtained thanks to one of the boldest deep-ocean research projects ever undertaken in Europe. The SEA-SEIS project, led by scientists… Read More
An online inter-disciplinary research forum has been scheduled for Friday 8 May 2020, 12-5pm @ dias.ie/drf2020/live. Although this year’s forum will be a virtual one, it remains an opportunity for post-doctoral scholars and PhD students to share their… Read More
DIAS currently has two career opportunities for Senior Professors. Full details on each post can be seen at the links below. (1) Senior Professor – School of Theoretical Physics: https://www.dias.ie/2019/12/16/vacancy-senior-professor-school-of-theoretical-physics/ (2) SALI Senior Professor in Physics (Astrophysics, Geophysics… Read More
#Seismographs record more than just #earthquakes. What have you picked up on yours? Share your interesting recordings with @raspishake & @IRIS_EPO! Remember to tell us the Shake source, your city & device location, and use the tag #WhatsTheWiggle – What’s Shaking on yours?! Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Shout out to the amazing group of scientists involved in this work! @seismotom @seismo_steve @Koen_VanNoten @seismo_koel @Raphael_DePlaen @ZAMG_AT @jdassink @flaviocannavo @sebacarquake @CoCaudron @SeisCROv @seismodave @dias_geophysics @StephenHicks @OlivierdenOuden @JDiazCusi Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Hey @ORB_KSB! I made espresso while talking about research led by you! Earth grew quiet during COVID19 lockdown. Researchers could now listen to previously concealed earthquake signals = better early-warning for natural disasters in future. researchstoryteller.com/espressoknowle… #scicomm Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
GI is delighted to have endorsed @EU_ERMA which was launched yesterday! ERMA provides a platform for Gov, R&D, industry and society to collaborate in ensuring that Europe can safely develop its own mineral resources. #minex #criticalrawmaterials #minex geoscience.ie/8189-2/ Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
Date: 01 December 1943 Paper: The Irish Press Headline: Two Papers by Dr. Schroedinger Synopsis: 1943 was a busy year for Schroedinger. Not only did he deliver the "What is Life?" Lectures in @tcddublin in February in November he delivered two papers in the @RIAdawson (1/2) Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics
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