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16 September 2021 New technology for old knowledge: analysing medieval Chinese intertextuality

USIAS Fellow 2021, Marie Bizais-Lillig, is applying modern database technology to better understand ancient medieval Chinese texts.  In the Chinese Empire, texts were highly valued and played a...[more]

13 July 2021 Three USIAS Fellows appointed as members of the Institut Universitaire de France

Vladimir Dotsenko, 2021 USIAS Fellow and Professor at the University of Strasbourg, has been appointed as a junior member of the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF) for a period of five years from...[more]

05 July 2021 Breakthroughs for two USIAS Fellows at IPHC

2015 Fellow, Sandrine Courtin, has contributed towards the partial resolution of a nuclear fission mechanism, and Benoît Gall (2021 Fellow) is preparing beam and targets that will enable the...[more]

17 June 2021 Call for proposals for 2022 USIAS Fellowships

The call for proposals for 2022 USIAS Fellowships has been launched. USIAS welcomes applications from outstanding advanced researchers as well as promising young scholars from all countries and...[more]

16 June 2021 Fellow Joanna Wencel-Delord awarded the 2020 Guy Ourisson Prize

Joanna Wencel-Delord, 2015 USIAS Fellow, has been awarded the Guy Ourisson 2020 prize by the Cercle Gutenberg. This prize comes on top of an ERC Starting Grant awarded in December 2020. Joanna...[more]

08 June 2021 Paolo Samorì – MRS Fellow and new breakthroughs in (opto)electronics and civil engineering

Paolo Samorì, 2020 USIAS Fellow and director of the Institute of Supramolecular Science and Engineering (ISIS) is the first researcher from the University of Strasbourg to be appointed as Fellow of...[more]

20 May 2021 New volume in series on Nietzsche by Fellow Anne Merker

The second of twelve volumes in the series Nietzsche : Écrits philologiques, Volume X : Rhétorique was released by Les Belles Lettres in late 2020. The series is edited by Anne Merker and Paolo...[more]

11 May 2021 David Le Breton – honorary doctorates and recent publications

David Le Breton, USIAS Chair of Anthropology of Contemporary Worlds and Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Strasbourg, has been awarded two Doctor Honoris Causa. Professor...[more]

22 April 2021 New book: Out-of-Equilibrium (Supra)molecular Systems and Materials

Nicolas Giuseppone and Andreas Walther, joint 2017 Fellows of the University of Strasbourg Institute for Advanced Study (USIAS) and the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS), are the...[more]

26 March 2021 2021 USIAS Fellows selected

We are pleased to announce the 16 new USIAS Fellows selected in the 2021 call. Their projects cover a broad range of topics, including the role of poetry in medieval China, new ways of studying ice...[more]

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