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2021 Latest News

  • Dr. Mark Mitchison appointed as Assistant Professor in Quantum Science
  • First of Two Assistant Professors in Quantum Science appointed at Trinity
  • Congratulations to Prof. Cormac McGuinness on being awarded a Trinity Excellence in Teaching Award
  • Trinity and Microsoft Join Forces to Accelerate Next-Generation Quantum Technologies
  • Magnetic material breaks the record for super-fast switching
  • Congratulations to Prof. Luke Drury on being awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the College
  • Trinity and Ryanair launch sustainable aviation research centre
  • Prof. Hegner group behind new technique that rapidly quantifies immune response following vaccination
  • Prof. Jonathan Coleman secures ERC proof of concept grant
  • School of Physics researchers design new molecules that boost fuel efficiency
  • Prof. David McCloskey receives SFI Frontiers for the Future Award to investigate strong visible absorption in deeply subwavelength semiconductor films.
  • Prof. Lewys Jones awarded with SFI Frontiers Grant for his project, Maximum Information-efficiency Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy
  • Prof. Charles Patterson granted SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme funding
  • QuSys group discover uniquely quantum effect in erasing information
  • Prof. Brian Espey recognised with international award
  • Bronze AS Award conferred to school of Physics, Trinity College Dublin
  • Ultra-fast magnetic switching with potential to transform fibre optical communications
  • A quantum thermometer to measure the coldest temperatures in the universe
  • Physics in the pandemic: There are some great experiments that can be done safely and simply at home
  • Trinity—UK collaboration awarded £1.6 million to unveil the secrets of quantum thermodynamics
  • Spectacular death of white-dwarf star lights up nearby galaxy
  • School of Physics researchers make single photon quantum dot emitters
  • Professor Jose Groh’s group investigate a cosmic mystery
  • Researchers from the School of Physics and School of Engineering greatly enhancing viability of solar panels
  • Leading quantum technology scientist, Professor Ortwin Hess joins the School of Physics
  • TCD Foams and Complex Systems group feature on the cover of the American Journal of Physics
  • Astrophysicists among an international group contributing to a new mission that will provide the first images of the uncharted polar regions of the Sun.
  • How supercomputers are helping us link quantum entanglement to cold coffee
  • Another Light Pollution Project Win at BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition