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News - 2019

  • Professor Micheal Coey presented with Lifetime Achievement award
  • School of Physics among the winners at Trinity Innovation Awards 2019
  • Astrophysicists hold Mercury Transit Event in Front Square
  • Dead stars are lighting up the universe some time after their demise
  • International award for Young Scientists’ Light Pollution Project
  • Photogenic Foams
  • QuSys group in international collaboration to create world’s smallest engine
  • Professor Lewys Jones awarded prestigious Royal Society-SFI University Research Fellowship
  • Researchers uncover new indicator to help in the selection of 2D materials for nanotechnology
  • Opening of the I-LOFAR Education Centre
  • Dr. Eoin Carley leads international team in breakthrough on how plasma behaves in the suns atmosphere
  • School of Physics Professor Jonathan Coleman features on TCD Talks Podcast
  • Prof. Igor Shvets and Prof. Stefano Sanvito receive Irish Research Council Advanced Laureate Awards
  • Professor John Michael David (Mike) Coey, FRS, is awarded the Prestigious Max Born Medal and Prize
  • School of Physics spin-out Electrical Analytics have been featured in this year’s Sunday Business Post list of 100 Hot Start-ups
  • Helium Ion Beam Causes Sheets of MoS2 to Twist
  • LOFAR Radio Telescope Reveals Secrets of Solar Storms
  • Quantum research heating up at TCD
  • Prof. Stephen Dooley awarded SFI/EI Technology Innovation Development Award (TIDA)
  • Light Pollution Project Win at BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition
  • Scutoid cells discovered in soap bubbles
  • Dr. Ramesh Babu and Prof. Jonathan Coleman from School of Physics both awarded Inventors of the year at the Trinity Innovation Awards 2018
  • School of Physics Principal Investigator, Professor Jonathan Coleman, features twice on Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited 2018 researcher list
  • Prof Aline Vidotto has won prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant awards valued at €2 million.