"Chemistry is fascinating because it makes many things possible that would have been inconceivable not too long ago."
Modules on offer in 2014/15
Timetables for modules 2014/15 (Note: this will be updated as timetables are received so please check back regularly)
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Welcome to the Dublin Chemistry Graduate Programme 2014/15
Chemistry is a pivotal discipline that lies at the crossroads of biological and physical sciences. But chemistry is more than just a central science because, with chemistry, we can shape the future or, more importantly, our graduates can. With this in mind the leading Schools of Chemistry in Ireland have come together to develop a new frontier in graduate education and training in chemistry. The modern Ph.D. student is much more than just a specialist in a very narrow area. Today’s graduate must have a broad overview of the science, well-developed problem-solving skills, the confidence to tackle a range of projects outside their particular area of expertise, and be able to communicate their results to both the scientific and lay communities.
With over forty team leaders, Dublin Chemistry offers young scientists the opportunity to conduct wide-ranging high-level research in areas such as synthetic and computational chemistry, nanochemistry, advanced materials, biological and medicinal chemistry and much, much more. Importantly, this research is supported by advanced level chemistry graduate modules and training in instrumental techniques as well as modules in communication, presentation and how to carry out effective research. To register for a module, please complete an enrolment registration form. Module(s) change of mind form (please type). Forms should be fully completed and signed accordingly.
The programme is organized through the Dublin Chemistry Management Committee, which meets regularly, is particularly receptive to student input, and is supported by the annual meeting of the Dublin Chemistry Steering Committee.
In this environment we will continue to nurture the next generation of scientists, who will bring new solutions to society by their enhanced understanding and control of new molecules and materials with novel physical or biological properties.
Dublin Chemistry is also working with the other Schools of Chemistry in the greater Dublin region to provide graduate modules through the Dublin Region Higher Education Alliance in Chemistry.
Dónall Mac Dónaill
(Director of Teaching and Learning (Postgraduate), School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin)