Invited Speakers Thursday 4th September Friday 5 September Poster programme

Posters will be on display throughout the day on Thursday 4 September, with time specifically allocated for attendees to visit the posters from 6:00 - 7:30 pm. During this time, you should be next to your poster to answer questions.

Poster boards measure 2m high x 1m wide and are Velcro compatible. Velcro will be supplied. Please ensure your poster fits within these dimensions.

P1    

The stony cosmos of Andreas Pleninger
Reinhard Folk, University Linz, Austria

P2

Before his time: the sad story of Edward Hutchinson Synge
John F Donegan and Denis Weaire, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

P3

The Trinity pitch drop
Shane Bergin, Stefan Hutzler, David Whyte and Denis Weaire, School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

P4

The confronting of void space and ether in history: Ioannes Philoponos' approach and Michelson - Morley's experiment as key points for innovations
Manolis Kartsonakis, The Hellenic Open University, Greece

P5

Before electromagnetism: a medieval multiverse created from the coupling of light and matter
R G Bower1, T C B McLeish1, B K Tanner1, H E Smithson2 and G E M Gasper1, Durham University, UK1 and Oxford University, UK2

P6

A history of the clock paradox
Lucian Benguigui, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

P7

Rectifying the Brewster kaleidoscope
Philip Bradfield, university physics lecturer (retired), UK

P8

Maxwell´s contributions to the methodology of physics
Juraj Šebesta, Comenius University, Slovakia

P9

Foundational issues in the ensemble theory in the 1900s
Hajime Inaba, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Germany

P10

The spirit of the Brocken: John Tyndall, Trinity House, and the world of divine optics
Stephen Courtney, University of Cambridge, UK

P11

Einstein and the eclipses
Ajay Palekar, R.D.National College, India

P12

Einstein's steady-state model of the cosmos
Cormac O Raifeartaigh1 and Simon Mitton2, Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland1 and University of Cambridge, UK2

P13

Early history of particle accelerators in the UK
Richard Walker, Diamond Light Source, UK

P14

Circulation of physics knowledge in the XXth century as popular explanations: the case of Madame Wu experiment on parity violation in weak interactions
Eugenio Bertozzi, University of Bologna, Italy

P15

Controversies about comets: Isaac Newton, Nicolas Hartsoeker, and early modern world-making
Catherine Abou-Nemeh, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

P16

Finding meaning in digital data: physics in the news, 1885-1925
Vivien Hamilton, Harvey Mudd College , USA

P17

Historical development of geomagnetic studies in Turkey
Ferhat Ozcep, Istanbul University , Turkey

P18

Johan Jakob Nervander - his life and achievements in geomagnetism
Peter Holmberg, University of Helsinski, Finland

P19

Physical laboratory and instruments of Trinity College Dublin
Maurese Gargan, Laura Hayes and Rebecca Prouse, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

P20

Newton-Einstein theory-change from the dynamical perspective
Kyoung-Eun Yang, Korea National University of Education, South Korea

P21

Electromagnetism and the real nature of physics: from Gauss, Riemann and Faraday to Maxwell, Einstein and Minkowski, passing by Kelvin and Tait
Joseph Kouneiher, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, France

P22

Review of light propagation in systems having relative movement of source, observer or transmitting medium
John Ballad, retired Research Associate, UK

P23

Science and technology in ancient Egyptian architectures
Chitra Srinivasan, Sri Parasakthi College For Women, India

P24

Re-thinking Newton's Principia as exposed within Newtonian Jesuit Edition
Raffaele Pisano1 and Paolo Bussotti2, University of Lille, France1 and Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Berlin, Germany2

P25

Lord Kelvin and the age of the earth
Edward Davis, University of Cambridge, UK

P26

The legacy of the Third Baron Rayleigh
Edward Davis, University of Cambridge, UK

P27

The prehistory of quantum gravity
Alessio Rocci, University of Padova, Italy

P28

First experimental physics results in Bulgaria
G Kamisheva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

P29

The misconceptions of vision and representation of light rays in the Chinese book entitled On the Telescope
Yun-Ju Chiu, Feng-Yi Chen, Chang Gung University, Taiwan