Our School of Cosmic Physics has a dual focus, on the interior and surface of the Earth and on Astronomy and Astrophysics. It is internationally respected for the depth, breadth and quality of its activities, addressing fundamental questions about our universe. #DIASdiscoversRetweeted by
‘Forecasting the Unpredictable: earthquake science in a crowded world.’
On Dec 12, 6.30pm Prof. John McCluskey @EdinburghUni will be discussing science of earthquakes at our public lecture in the Schrodinger Theatre @tcddublin. Admission free, all welcome. bit.ly/2AqmORPRetweeted by
The 14th J.L Synge public lecture hosted by @MathsTCD is on this Thursday (1st Nov) at 7.30pm in TCD's MacNeill. Prof Mihalis Dafermos (Princeton and Cambridge Unis.) speaking on "Falling into black holes". All welcome and a great talk guaranteed! Retweeted by
Irish astronomers set to gain access to the world’s most advanced ground-based astronomical telescopes following signature of Ireland’s Accession Agreement with ESO. We're looking forward to welcoming #Ireland!