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Trinity College Dublin, Department of Chemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Currently the Department has 19 academic staff and 14 technical or attendant staff, of whom 3 are employed full-time in the workshops which provide electronic, glassblowing and mechanical services. The Departments research effort will be further strengthened this year when a Science Foundation of Ireland Fellow will bring his research group to the Department. The undergraduate honours course in Chemistry provides students with a broad base in the subject, with approximately equal time being given to each of Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry. A four year course in Computational Chemistry produced its first graduates in 2001. The course and its sister course Computational Physics combine a strong education in the physical sciences with training in computational methods. A third degree programme in Medicinal Chemistry commenced in 1999 and is especially tuned to fostering and training the creative talent and skills required for the Pharmaceutical industry, which is a major employer in Ireland. The Department, which is the largest in the Science Faculty, also provides courses in Chemistry to other Science students and to students of Pharmacy, Engineering, Medicine and other Health Sciences. Since 1987 the Department has taught, with the Physics Department the Moderatorship for Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials - an honours course specialising in the study of materials for electronic, optoelectronic and related applications.

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