Kaltenbrunner, T. 2009- Predoctoral Scholar Born 1982, Vienna, Austria. Magister 2009 Vienna. Address: School of Theoretical Physics, Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4. E-mail: tkaltenbrunner_at_stp.dias.ie
Maassen, J.D.M. 1983-84 Scholar Born 1951 Arnhem, Netherlands. Ph.D. 1982 Groningen. Appointments: Huggens Fellowship, Delft 1984-86, Nijmegen 1986-89; Lect., Nijmegen 1989-. Memberships: International Association for Mathematical Physics; Mark Kac Seminar for Probability and Physics. Address: Department of Mathematics,… Read More
Pawlowski, J. 1997-2000 Scholar Born 1965 Gottingen, Germany. Ph.D. Heidelberg. Appointments : Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Heidelberg; Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Jena 1995-97; Erlangen 2000-. Address: Inst. F Theor. Physik III, Univ. Erlangen, Neurnberg, Staudstrasse 7, D-91058, Erlangen, Germany. E-mail:… Read More
Sherry, T.N. 1974-75 Scholar Born 1950 Dublin, Ireland. Ph.D. 1975 NUI. Appointments: Lect., University College, Galway 1980-. Memberships: Irish Mathematical Society. Address: Department of Mathematical Physics, University College, Galway, Ireland. E-mail: mphsherry_at_bodkin.ucg.ie
Takahashi, Y. 1957 Scholar; 1958-59 Assistant Professor; 1960 Professor Born 1924 Osaka, Japan. D.Sc. 1954 Nagoya, Japan. Appointments: Prof., Alberta 1968-92; Emeritus Prof., Alberta, 1992-.Memberships: Royal Irish Academy. Honours: Fellow, American Physical Society; Fellow, Royal Society of Canada…. Read More
Zorski, H.S. 1959-60 Scholar Born 1927 Czestochowa, Poland. Ph.D. 1955 Poland; D.Sc. 1962 Poland. Appointments: Prof., Polish Academy of Sciences 1962-.Memberships: Vice-President, International Society for Interaction between Mechanics and Mathematics 1991-; Accademia delle Scienze, Bologna 1978-; Polish Academy… Read More
Was a pleasure to welcome an Tánaiste to DIAS & Dunsink Observatory today. We're delighted he has an interest in the educational, research as well as recreational possibilities Dunsink offers. We look forward to working with him on these in the future. #DIASdiscovers twitter.com/LeoVaradkar/st… Retweeted by STP, DIAS
STP, DIAS Paper - Can gravity be thought of as two gauge fields? Check out ``Gauge × Gauge = Gravity on Homogeneous Spaces using Tensor Convolutions'' - By I. Jubb (DIAS) L. Borsten, V. Makwana, & S. Nagy (Heriot-Watt, Edinburgh & Queen Mary's, London). arxiv.org/abs/2104.01135
STP, DIAS : Celebrating Synge Week - 23-30 March 2021. Day Four - Synge presented Eamon de Valera with signed first editions of Relativity: The Special Theory (1956) & Relativity: The General Theory (1960). Both are housed in the de Valera Collection in the STP Library Retweeted by STP, DIAS
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