The School of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences in association with the Department of Chemistry of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) are delighted to be hosting the 71st Irish Universities Chemistry Research Colloquium. This year's theme is sustainability, and the event takes place on Thursday 20th and Friday 21st June.
A link to the main Colloquium website can be found here.
The colloquium provides an opportunity for the chemistry research community, particularly postgraduates, within Ireland’s third level sector to disseminate their work either by an oral or poster presentation as well as a forum for networking and developing collaborations. Oral presentations, flash talks and posters will be contributed by postgraduates from each of the 10 Universities on the island and from 3 Institutes of Technology.
Locations and Transport
The colloquium will take place in TU Dublin (Aungier St.) on Thursday 20th June and RCSI (123. St. Stephens Green) on Friday 21st June, locations which are 5 minutes walking distance apart.
Please note there will be no access to RCSI via the York Street entrance. Please use the main front door, which is opposite the Luas stop on St Stephen’s Green.
The registration desk will be open from 2.00 to 5pm on Wednesday 19th June in the main Foyer of the TU Dublin Aungier Street Campus. Participants can also register there from 8.30 am on Thursday morning.
A name badge will be provided for those registered for the colloquium, which will admit them into the BBQ at the Odeon, Harcourt St. at 6pm on Thursday 20th June. In addition the namebadge will admit them into RCSI on Friday morning.
Lunch and coffee breaks
Lunch will NOT be provided. However there is a range of eateries on Camden Street and Georges Street.
Tea and coffee will be available during the shorter breaks and all attendees are invited to a barbeque in the Odeon, Harcourt St at 6pm on Thursday June 20th.
The schedule can be viewed at this link: Colloquium 2019 schedule
The twitter hashtag for the conference is #irishchemresearch2019
We would like to remind you not to tweet images of unpublished data from presentations.