Schrödinger Theatre, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin.
The historic Schrödinger lecture theatre, located in the Fitzgerald Building in Trinity’s School of Physics will be our conference venue. The Schrödinger theatre is named after the famous ‘What is Life?’ series of public lectures delivered by Erwin Schrödinger under the auspices of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies at Trinity College Dublin in February 1943. The first book on optics in the English language ‘Dioptrica Nova’ was written by William Molyneux, a scholar in the school of physics. Other distinguished names associated with this school include MacCullagh, Hamilton, Lloyd, Preston and Fitzgerald.
Directions From Dublin Airport – About 10 km
- Dublin Airport (dublinairport.com) is situated to the north of the City Centre.
- The airport is not served by train so the only way to get to Trinity College Dublin is by bus, taxi or private car.
- Dublin Buses No. 16a, 41, 41b, 46x (semi-express), 746 to the City Centre.
- Airlink Buses, 747 or 748 to the City Centre.
- Aircoach, slightly more expensive.
- Please make use of the following route-finder websites: