Strong Support Among Students for Schrödinger Theatre to be Renamed

Posted in Governance and administration on January 22nd, 2022 by steve

Ireland“Almost two-thirds of undergraduate physics students want the Schrödinger lecture theatre to be renamed, according to a survey created by third-year theoretical physics class representative Ruaidhrí Campion …” (more)

[Jody Druce, University Times, 20 January]

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Ba Phéidifileach é Schrödinger. Ní Mór Ainm a Léachtlainne a Athrú

Posted in Governance and administration on January 21st, 2022 by steve

Ireland“Ainmníodh príomhléachtlann an Fhoirgnimh Fitzgerald i ndiaidh an fisiceoir cáiliúil Erwin Schrödinger. Ar an drochuair, ciallaíonn sé sin gur ainm péidifileach atá ar an léachtlann. Tá fíricí an scéal coscrach ar an gcuid is lú de. Scríobh Schrödinger é féin a chuid smaointe claona síos i ndialann a rinne an Irish Times tuairisc air i Mí na Nollag …” (more)

[University Times, 19 January]

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Physics Staff to Call for Schrödinger Theatre to be Renamed

Posted in Governance and administration on January 12th, 2022 by steve

Ireland`”Some staff in the School of Physics are to call for the Erwin Schrödinger lecture theatre to be renamed in light of revelations about the physicist’s abuse of young women and girls …” (more)

[Jody Druce, University Times, 11 January]

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An Irishman’s Diary

Posted in Life on July 9th, 2012 by steve

“Not many life stories involve Nazis, quantum physics, a strange cat and a research institute in Dublin. I was reminded of this as I read Erwin Schrödinger and the Quantum Revolution, a new biography of the famous Austrian physicist who spent almost 20 years at the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies …” (more)

[Cormac O’Raifeartaigh, Irish Times, 9 July]

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‘Quantum humour’ beams back after absence

Posted in Life on April 18th, 2012 by steve

“An original manuscript written in Dublin by Nobel Prize- winning physicist Erwin Schrödinger has resurfaced after almost 60 years. The short manuscript was prepared in 1955 for publication in the King’s Hospital school magazine …” (more)

[Dick Ahlstrom, Irish Times, 18 April]

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