Current Graduate Students
- Postgraduate Management and Coordination (MS Word)
- Postgraduate research regulations
- Postgraduate lecture courses
- Confirmation Reports (M.Sc to Ph.D. Register)
- Thesis submission
- Laboratory demonstration
- Fees regulations
- Useful technical contact information
The School of Chemistry provides a list of regulations relevant to its current postgraduate research students. The current regulations apply to all students who commenced their studies in 2008 or later. Alternative regulations apply for students who commenced in 2007 or prior to 2007 Useful information is also available from the Graduate Studies Office. College guidelines concerning postgraduate supervision have also been circulated to all postgraduate students in Trinity College.
All postgraduate students must attend courses and obtain the required number of credits according to the Dublin Chemistry Regulations.
Director of Postgraduate Teaching and Learning:
Prof. Graeme Watson (firstname.lastname@example.org, Ph. 01 896 1357)
All postgraduate research students must submit a confirmation report in their second year of study. Two copies of the transfer report (30-35 pages) must be submitted to the Secretaries' Office by 4 pm. There are two annual deadlines:
- January 30th, 2014 (for September-registered postgraduates)
- July 24th, 2014 (for March-registered postgraduates)
It is compulsory for all postgraduate students to take up laboratory demonstration. Postgraduate students awarded 1252 Trinity Awards or School scholarships are required to undertake a maximum of six hours per week of laboratory demonstration throughout their postgraduate studies. More information may be obtained from the Chemistry School offce
Demonstration claims form can be obtained from the School Office.
For more information regarding fees contact the Treasurer's Office
School of Chemistry Safety Officer:
Dr. Michael E. Bridge (email@example.com, 01 896 1264)
Information concerning waste disposal can be obtained from the Hazardous Material Facility. When ordering chemicals, a risk assessment sheet must be completed for each chemical which should accompany the order.
Weekdays: 18.00 - 09.00
Weekends: all day
Rules: You MUST sign in and out when working out-of-hours.
Log books may be found at the entrance of the Old Chemistry Building and the reception desk in the SNIAM Building. A "buddy" system should be observed (i.e. never work alone in the laboratory).
|Chief Technician||Ms Teresa McDonnell||896 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stores||Mr Fred Cowzer||896 email@example.com|
|Glass Blower||Mr John Kelly||896 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mass Spectrometry||Dr. Martin Feeney||896 email@example.com|
|NMR||Dr. John O'Brien||896 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|X-Ray Diffraction||Dr. Thomas McCabe||896 email@example.com|
UCD School of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
University College Dublin