Welcome to the Hamilton Mathematics Institute, Trinity College Dublin
The Hamilton Mathematics Institute TCD is an institute dedicated to fostering mathematics and related disciplines. The Institute also aims to improve the public understanding of mathematics.
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William Rowan Hamilton was Ireland's most famous scientist. You can find out more about Hamilton here. The watermark on these web-pages is an extract from Hamilton's notebook, describing the properties of quaternions. The image is reproduced by kind permission of the Library, Trinity College Dublin.
Members of the Hamilton Mathematics Institute were delighted to hear that Sir Michael Atiyah (a member of the HMI Scientific Advisory Board) has been awarded the Abel prize in conjunction with Isadore Singer for "their discovery and proof of the index theorem, bringing together topology, geometry and analysis, and their outstanding role in building new bridges between mathematics and theoretical physics".
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