Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies contact@dias.ie 00353 (0) 16140100

DIAS “Reach for the Stars”Astrophotography Public Vote

Our public vote is now live! We have had some fantastic entries for our inaugural “Reach for the Stars”Astrophotography competition. And while our judges are busy in the background casting their votes it’s time for the public to… Read More

DIAS Summer Studentships 2021

DIAS SUMMER STUDENTSHIPS 2021 The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) conducts advanced studies exploring big questions of the 21st century and beyond. Its research gains insights into Celtic society and its legacy; progresses our understanding of our… Read More

DIAS Updates

Newsletter: From Astrophotography to Volcanoes and everything in-between Newsletter: With History, Culture & Samhain events we’ve been busy Newsletter: Even in light of restrictions our work continues

DIAS end-of-year statement highlights creativity of researchers during Covid-19 pandemic

The creative ways researchers adapted to life during Covid-19 are being highlighted by the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) in an end-of-year statement today. From theoretical physicists solving equations on outdoor blackboards to astronomers building telescopes in… Read More

‘Reach for the Stars’ – DIAS’s Astrophotography Competition

The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies is running the inaugural ‘Reach for the Stars’ astrophotography competition in 2021. To read the full terms and conditions for the ‘Reach for the Stars’ competition, please click here. Launched in December… Read More

DIAS scientist amongst leaders of Ariel mission to explore distant exoplanets

Irish scientist Tom Ray – based at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) – is one of the leaders of the Ariel mission that has been adopted by the European Space Agency (ESA) this week to explore… Read More

Marsquakes! – Statutory Public Lecture- 19 November 2020

DIAS’ School of Cosmic Physics is pleased to present their Statutory Public Lecture for 2020, delivered by Dr John Clinton of ETH Zürich. NASA’s InSight Mission landed on Mars in November 2018. Weeks later, a robot arm on… Read More

2020-11-20, 15:00: Dr. Dominique Meyer (Universität Potsdam)

Dr. Dominique Meyer Universität Potsdam, Germany The burst mode of accretion in massive star formation Abstract: The burst mode of accretion in star formation is a paradigm that describes how stars acquire their mass during the birth of… Read More

Samhain agus Science 2020

Samhain agus Science is an annual initiative of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies taking place each year during Halloween. From spooky science to the mysteries of the Celtic festival of Samhain, DIAS scholars from the Schools of… Read More

DIAS & The Dublin Tech Summit

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