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Thursday 27th February: The Case for New Physics Beyond the Current Cosmology

Title: The Case for New Physics Beyond the Current Cosmology Speaker: Eoin O’Colgain (Asia Pacific Centre of Theoretical Physics) Abstract: Persistent discrepancies in cosmological parameters, as inferred from experiments, may be pointing to a break down in the… Read More

STP, DIAS Statutory Public Lecture – Monday 30 March 2020

Title: Dream & Realization of Quantum Communication Speaker: Prof Pan Jianwei (University of Science & Technology of China) Abstract: Quantum information science and technology are emerging and fascinating technologies formed by combining coherent manipulating of individual quantum systems… Read More

Tuesday 11th February: Insights Into Non-perturbative Properties of Supersymmetric Yang-Mills Theory Using Numerical Lattice Simulations

Title: Insights into non-perturbative properties of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory using numerical lattice simulations Speaker: Georg Bergner (University of Jena) Abstract: In this talk I will summarize the results of our numerical investigations of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory. I will… Read More

DIAS 2020 marks 80 years of discovery with programme of events

An address by former President of Ireland Mary Robinson; a fun-filled family day at DIAS Dunsink Observatory; and a lecture by the ‘father of quantum’, Chinese physicist Professor Jian-Wei Pan, are amongst the highlights of a year-long programme… Read More

Marking a decade of “internationally acclaimed scientific achievements”

DIAS Senior management

The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) has released details of some of its most significant achievements over the decade from 2010 to 2019. DIAS’s work focuses on Astrophysics, Geophysics, Theoretical Physics and Celtic Studies. Over the past… Read More

Aleksandra A. Ziolkowska

Affiliation: Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, Oxford UniversityVisiting Dates: 7 -9 January 2020Seminar: 8 January 2020

Wednesday 8th January: Yang-Baxter Integrable Lindblad Equations

Title: Yang-Baxter Integrable Lindblad Equations Speaker: Aleksandra A. Ziolkowska (Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, Oxford University) Abstract: Open quantum system become increasingly relevant in the atomic and molecular physics, circuit QED and optomechanical systems. Despite their relevance,… Read More

DIAS receives funding for new ‘SALI’ Senior Professorship in Physics

DIAS is celebrating an excellent start to 2020, with receipt of funding for a new Senior Professorship in Physics. The announcement was made Friday 03 January by Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O’Connor, TD. This… Read More

Thursday 28th November: Orthogonality Catastrophe as a Consequence of the Quantum Speed Limit

Title: Orthogonality Catastrophe as a Consequence of the Quantum Speed Limit Speaker: Dr. Steve Campbell (UCD) Abstract: A remarkable feature of quantum many-body systems is the orthogonality catastrophe which describes their extensively growing sensitivity to local perturbations and… Read More

Thursday 21st November : Light Hadron Spectrum from a Yang-Mills Matrix Model

Title: Light Hadron Spectrum from a Yang-Mills Matrix Model Speaker: Mahul Pandey (DIAS) Abstract: The SU(3) Yang-Mills matrix model coupled to fundamental fermions is an approximation of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) on a 3-sphere of radius R. The spectrum… Read More