Université de Strasbourg

Past events

Kyoto Lecture: Origin of the human mind viewed from the study of chimpanzees

November 30, 2016
From 15:30 until 17:00
Auditorium ISIS - Strasbourg

By Tetsuro Matsuzawa Distinguished Professor, Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study The lecture of Professor Matsuzawa is part of the Kyoto Lectures Series. Places are limited, registration...[more]

Workshop: Globalising Practices in the Governance of Higher Education and Research

From November 24, 2016 until November 25, 2016
European Science Foundation, Strasbourg

This workshop presents a research programme that bridges the divide between research on higher education and research policy. The programme is built around three cases which together shed light on...[more]

Symposium Annuel 2016 : Maurice Godelier - L'imaginaire et le symbolique

November 22, 2016
From 14:30 until 17:00

Médaillé d’Or du CNRS, lauréat du Prix international Alexander von Humboldt en sciences sociales, Maurice Godelier est l’un des principaux chefs de file de l’anthropologie française.[more]

Public Lecture - Interactions between humans: Social evaluation by capuchin monkeys

November 21, 2016
From 14:00 until 16:00
Amphithéâtre Lagache, Faculté de Psychologie, Strasbourg

By James R. Anderson, Professor at the Department of Psychology, Kyoto University. Please register for the conference via this link. Recent studies have demonstrated possible precursors of the...[more]

27th USIAS seminar: Books and scientific libraries in National-Socialist Europe

November 15, 2016
From 12:00 until 13:30
MISHA, Salle Asie

By Catherine Maurer, USIAS Fellow 2015 In the German National-Socialist regime, libraries were quickly included in the new objectives of ideological purity and totalitarian conformity. Many books...[more]

26th USIAS Fellows seminar - Towards a membrane penetrating copper shuttle

October 18, 2016
From 12:30 until 14:00

By Peter Faller, USIAS Fellow 2015 The metal content of living organisms is normally lower than the most abundant elements oxygen (O), hydrogen (H), carbon (C) and nitrogen (N). The most abundant...[more]

25th USIAS Seminar - Atomic Electron Tomography: 3D Structures without Crystals

September 9, 2016
From 12:00 until 14:00
Salle Afrique - MISHA

By Jianwei (John) Miao, UCLA, USIAS Fellow 2015 The discovery and analysis of x-ray diffraction from crystals by Max von Laue, William Henry Bragg and William Lawrence Bragg in 1912 marked the birth...[more]

24th USIAS Seminar - Connection of Nanotubes and Fullerenes

June 15, 2016
From 12:00 until 14:00
MISHA, Salle Table Ronde

Alex Adronov, Fellow 2015, McMaster University In his USIAS Fellowship project, Alex Adronov, in collaboration with Jean-Francois Nierengarten (ECPM, Strasbourg) aims to produce a fundamentally new...[more]

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