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09 September 2022 Three new Chair positions at USIAS

USIAS is pleased to announce the establishment of three new chair positions with a duration of two years, for Strasbourg-based researchers who have made an exceptional contribution to their field....[more]

08 September 2022 Kavli Prize 2022 Award Ceremony in Oslo - interview with Jean-Louis Mandel

On Tuesday 6 September, King Harald V of Norway presented the 2022 Kavli Prize award to Jean-Louis Mandel, one of the four laureates in the area of Neuroscience this year. Professor Mandel is a...[more]

06 September 2022 Looking back and looking forward - David Le Breton

After a 50-year career, David Le Breton, USIAS Chair of Anthropology of Contemporary Worlds and Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Strasbourg, turns the page. On the...[more]

15 June 2022 Call for proposals for 2023 USIAS Fellowships

The call for proposals for 2023 USIAS Fellowships has been launched. USIAS welcomes applications from outstanding advanced researchers as well as promising young scholars from all countries and...[more]

01 June 2022 Kavli Prize 2022 in Neuroscience for Jean-Louis Mandel

Jean-Louis Mandel, Chair of Human Genetics at USIAS, has been awarded the prestigious 2022 Kavli Prize in Neuroscience. He is one of the eleven prize-winners announced by the Norwegian Academy of...[more]

16 May 2022 15 Fellowship awards in 2022

This year, the University of Strasbourg’s Institute for Advanced Study (USIAS) welcomes 15 researchers who will embark on their Fellowships in 2022, working on 13 projects. The new Fellows are from...[more]

16 March 2022 Documentary viewing: To the Heart of the Social Network

On Monday 21 March 2022, the documentary "To the Heart of the Social Network: Neighbourhood quarrels of the Columbian Ground Squirrel," which won Best Science Film 2021 award at the Green Screens...[more]

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]

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