School of Physical Sciences student Adam Dempsey has been shortlisted for the IOP Earnshaw Medal for 2016 for his projected entitled 'Tip-surface interactions in atomic-force microscopy' .
This year the School of Physical Sciences in DCU has small awards for academic achievement in the three undergraduate degree programmes, for each year.
Undergraduate research interns funded by an Enhancing Performance 2015/16 award. L-R; Emma Goodwin, Emma Branigan, Andrew Forembski, Matthew Snelgrove, Enda McGlynn (Head of School).
A first of its kind internship programme, specially designed to give pre-service teachers hands-on industry experience of working in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) role was lau
Following on from her award from the Institute of Physics, Cleo Harvey has been announced as a programme winner in the
The School of Physical Sciences is delighted to announce that Cleo Harvey has won the Earnshaw Medal for 2015.
School of Physical Sciences Undergraduate Academic Achievement Awards Ceremony October 2015
On the 29th of May the School of Physical Sciences held an event to celebrate 30 years of teaching and research at DCU.
Five undergraduate physics students at Dublin City University were selected to attend the inaugural four-day Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CuWIP) in March, held at the Univer
Michelle Rooney and Aine Matthews, both 4th year students in the school of Physical sciences, are presenting posters at the Irish Association of Physicists in Medicine's (IAPM) 6TH Annual Sci
As the academic year draws to a close, we'd like to highlight some of the recent achievements by DCU Physics students and postdocs.
The last few months of 2013 have been busy at the School of Physical Sciences. Here's a brief update on the research work that has been taking place.
The 2013 graduation ceremony for the School of Physical Sciences took place on Saturday the 9th of November in the Helix, with a reception for graduates in the School following the ceremony.
Professor Greg Hughes of the School of Physical Sciences has been awarded a Science Foundation Ireland / Enterprise Ireland Technology Innovation Development Award (TIDA) to research the possibilit