Université de Strasbourg

Distinguished Lectures

In the USIAS Distinguished Lectures series, top-level scholars and scientists are invited to Strasbourg to present path-breaking research to the Strasbourg community and beyond.

Privacy in the Digital Age - an economist’s view - 16 May 2023
Jean Tirole, Toulouse School of Economics and Institute for Advanced Study in Toulouse, France; Nobel Laureate in Economics 2014
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Fc Receptors – Drivers of Immunity - 19 November 2018
Jeffrey V. Ravetch, Theresa and Eugene Lang Professor in Immunology, The Rockefeller University, USA
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Aire, a transcription factor that controls immunological tolerance to self-proteins - 14 November 2017
Diane Mathis, Professor of Immunology, Department of Microbiology and Immunobiology, Harvard Medical School, USA
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The Discovery of CRISPR-Cas 18 April 2016
Philippe Horvath, Senior Scientist, DuPont, Dangé-Saint-Romain, France
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DNA Nanotechnology - 18 April 2016
Itamar Willner, Professor of Chemistry, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
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Biomimetism and Bioinspiration: sources of knowledge to create new materials - 30 March 2016
Clément Sanchez, Professor of Chemistry of Hybrid Materials, Collège de France, France
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Structural insights into the dynamic process of G protein coupled receptor signalling - 10 June 2015
Brian Kobilka, Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Stanford University, USA 
Nobel laureate in Chemistry 2012
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Democratic Security 3 February 2015
Thorbjørn Jagland, Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg
Liora Lazarus, Professor of Law, Oxford University, UK
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From Quantum Hall Effect to a New System of Units 16 January 2015
Klaus von Klitzing, Professor of Physics, Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany
Nobel laureate in Physics 1985
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France 2030