You're invited to join us for the @StpDias Statutory Public Lecture 2019 on 23 May 2019, 6pm by Prof. Don Zagier in @tcddublin. Prof. Zaigier will deliver an exciting look at 'Numbers, Knots, & Quantum Theory'. Info and tickets at: bit.ly/2JLsAUj#DIASdiscovers
The annual Irish Quantum Foundations meeting will take place this year in @tcddublin on 23 & 24 May, bringing together Irish and international theoretical physicists who work fundamental theory and quantum foundations. More info and registration at maths.tcd.ie/~tristan/IQF20….
At last week's final #WhatIsLife lecture, Director of @StpDias Professor Werner Nahm contemplated the impact of Ada Yonath's work for the question 'what is life?' and tying into the impact and legacy of #Schrödinger. #DIASdiscovers
On Thursday, Werner Nahm had us 'thinking outside the box' at the fourth and final @DIAS_Dublin 'What is Life?' lecture series. The series commemorated the 75th anniversary of Erwin #Schrödinger's ground breaking series being published as a book. #DIASdiscovers
If you haven't booked your place at today's lunchtime lecture from the @StpDias, exploring the legacy of Schrödinger’s 'What is Life?' lectures and book, do so now at: bit.ly/2KZStSH It's te final one lecture of the series. #DIASdiscovers
Don't miss the 4th and final lecture in our #WhatisLife series with Prof Werner Nahm, Director of @StpDias, looking at ‘Beyond the ‘What is Life?’ lectures and book’. This lecture, at 1pm tomorrow, will explore the legacy of Professor Erwin Schrödinger. bit.ly/2KZStSH
#OTD John T. Lewis was born in 1932. Lewis served as Director of @StpDias and was described by @IrishTimes as a 'theoretical physicist who revolutionized telecommunication.' You can read his obituary in the @LondonMathSoc newsletter at: bit.ly/2XeTrvn#DIASdiscovers