Dublin Institute For Advanced Studies, Universities of Dublin

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Professor Christian Spiering was awarded the 2017 O’Ceallaigh medal at the opening of the 35th International Cosmic Ray Conference in Busan, Korea, on Thursday 13th July...
July 11,
Fifty undergraduate and postgraduate students from all over the world will descend on Dublin this week for a Celtic Studies Summer School, run by the School of Celtic Studies at Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS)...
July 4,
An international team of astronomers have used ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array), the world’s largest radio telescope, to make the most detailed image of the surface of a star (other than our Sun) that has ever been created at radio...
June 26,
Solarfest will take place at Dunsink Observatory, Castleknock, Dublin 15 on the 16th, 17th and 18th of June...
June 12,
Title:Quantum engineering using magnetic fields: Quantum Magnetomechanics Speaker:Jason Twamley (Macquarie University, Sydney) Abstract:Optomechanics – the control and manipulation of mesocopic objects towards the quantum regime, has attracted much...
June 6,

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The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) is a statutory corporation established in 1940 under the Institute for Advanced Studies Act of that year. It is a publicly-funded independent centre for research in basic disciplines. DIAS has three constituent schools:Each School has an independent Governing Board. DIAS, through the constituent Schools, pursues fundamental research in specialised branches of knowledge and trains advanced students in methods of original research. DIAS is an academic publisher of monographs, books, and journals in Celtic Studies and on advanced scientific subjects.The Council consists of a Chairman appointed by the President, on the advice of the Governme...

The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS) is a statutory corporation established in 1940 under the Institute for Advanced Studies Act of that year. It is a publicly-funded independent centre for research in basic disciplines. DIAS has three constituent schools:

Each School has an independent Governing Board. DIAS, through the constituent Schools, pursues fundamental research in specialised branches of knowledge and trains advanced students in methods of original research. DIAS is an academic publisher of monographs, books, and journals in Celtic Studies and on advanced scientific subjects.

The Council consists of a Chairman appointed by the President, on the advice of the Government, three ex-officio members and six members appointed by the Governing Boards of the constituent schools. DIAS has a Registrar/CEO and a Central Administration. It is primarily financed by an annual grant from the state.

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