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Open Day 2018 Talks for Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Schedule of talks

Time

Title

Location

10.00 – 10.20

TR035 Theoretical Physics

Schrödinger Theatre Fitzgerald Building

10.30 – 10.50

Lecture: Strong forces, gravity and the holographic correspondence

Schrödinger Theatre Fitzgerald Building

11.00 – 11.20

Lecture: Exoplanets, exploding stars and the fate of the universe

Schrödinger Theatre Fitzgerald Building

11.45 – 12.15

TR063 Physical Sciences
Physics, Nanoscience, Physics & Astrophysics

MacNeil Theatre
Hamilton Building

13.00 - 13.20

Kitchen Physics: Nanoscience using household stuff

Schrödinger Theatre Fitzgerald Building

13.30 -1 3.50

Lecture: Geometry and Topology, or How different a mug and a donut really are

Schrödinger Theatre Fitzgerald Building

14.00 - 14.20

TR035 Theoretical Physics

Schrödinger Theatre Fitzgerald Building

15.15 - 15.45

TR063 Physical Sciences
Physics, Nanoscience, Physics & Astrophysics

MacNeil Theatre
Hamilton Building

Trinity Walton Club

Trinity Walton Club aims to support young people in their pursuit of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Trinity Walton Club is a unique STEM club for post primary students interested in understanding how STEM works in the world around them. It is also a hub for uniting like mind students and a place to build friendships. At the club, Alphas (or students) partake in a range of STEM sessions and activities which seek to fuel their curiosity and enhance critical skills like problem solving and higher order thinking. A range of social activities are also organised and the ‘Mini Expert Series’ see STEM experts visit the Alphas and share their STEM story. Find out more.

Trinity Walton Club STEM summer camps for junior cycle students are now taking online applications at www.tcd.ie/waltonclub.

Maths Physics Open Day

If interested in attending, please register at the link here.

The Maths Physics Open Day will take place from 10am to 15.30 on the November, and here is a poster with more details.

Particle Physics Master Class for Secondary School Students

To Be Confirmed for 2018

Prospective Students

For information on our degrees in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics see Prospective Students.

How to find us

For information on the School of Mathematics see About Us.