Université de Strasbourg

Past events

Fellows Seminar – The hypothesis of the Israelite revolution

November 25, 2021
From 15:30 until 17:00
Strasbourg (FR)

By Jacob Rogozinski, 2018 Fellow In the project that I proposed to USIAS, Towards a hermeneutic of emancipation: the paradigm of Exodus, my original hypothesis was that the three monotheisms were...[more]

USIAS Annual Symposium 2021: The history of our two origins

November 18, 2021
From 14:30 until 17:00
ISIS, Strasbourg (FR)

On Thursday 18 November 2021, the annual USIAS symposium will take place. This year's keynote lecture will be given by Professor Denis Duboule, a highly regarded specialist in developmental genetics....[more]

Symposium - PerceptiO: Perception and the living

From November 17, 2021 until November 20, 2021
Strasbourg (FR)

The University of Strasbourg (France), through its Linguistics, Languages and Speech Research Unit 1339 LiLPa, as well as Georges Kleiber's USIAS Chair of Language Sciences (University of Strasbourg...[more]

Joint Natural Sciences Fellows Seminar

October 14, 2021
From 12:30 until 14:30
Strasbourg (FR)

In this first-time joint Natural Sciences USIAS Fellows seminar, four fellows will report on their research, which is path-breaking in each of their respective different areas.  Cyriaque...[more]

Fellows Seminar - What causes weight loss in Charcot’s disease?

September 21, 2021
From 15:30 until 17:00
Strasbourg (FR)

By Luc Dupuis, 2019 Fellow Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s disease or Charcot’s disease) is an adult onset neurodegenerative disease that leads to death within a few years after...[more]

Fellows seminar - TranslatOmiX: bead-free DNA barcoding technology to study single cells

June 24, 2021
From 12:30 until 14:00

Par Michael Ryckelynck (2018 Fellow) and Roger Cubi (USIAS post-doc) Since the first single cell transcriptome analysis was reported in 2009, single cell technologies are increasingly attracting the...[more]

Fellows Seminar - Unfolding the early modern page: Moveable bodies and paper engineering

May 20, 2021
From 12:30 until 14:00

By Lianne Habinek, 2019 Fellow This talk explores how readers interacted with printed books from the 16th through the 18th centuries in England and on the Continent. This period saw a wealth of...[more]

Fellows Seminar - Nanoarchitectonics for the spectroscopic study of the reaction mechanism of proteins

April 20, 2021
From 12:30 until 14:00

By Petra Hellwig, 2018 Fellow Membrane proteins are essential to crucial processes such as membrane transport, signaling, respiration and photosynthesis. It is estimated that, in the next century,...[more]

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