Up to 12 AIAS-COFUND Marie Curie Fellowships are now available for application at the AIAS. The call closes on 11 February 2015.
Karen ní Mheallaigh, AIAS, explores fakes, freaks and hyperreality in her new Cambridge University Press publication.
Explore the biology and psychology of fear when AIAS Fellow Djuke Veldhuis meets with Mathias Clasen at Halloween lecture at the AIAS
The international conference ’MORE THAN PRETTY PICTURES – the Aesthetics of Data Representation’ held 13-16 April 2015 is now open for submission of papers. The call closes on 12 January 2015.
At the AIAS up to 5 Jens Christian Skou Fellowships are now available for application by employees at Aarhus University. The call closes on 7 October 2014.
AIAS Advisory Board Member, Professor and Nobel prize winner in Economics Dale T. Mortensen passed away on 9 January 2014 after months of illness. The AIAS is proud to host the ‘Conference in Memory of Dale T. Mortensen’ on 21 October 2014 to commemorate the academic work of the Nobel laureate.
After months of travelling in peer review around the world, an international Selection Board has successfully appointed 19 AIAS-COFUND Fellows out of a cohort of 143. The AIAS-COFUND Fellows will commence on 1 October 2014 or 1 February 2015, and are the first of their kind. They represent 11 different nationalities and 18 different universities…
Physicists from across the world met with local AU researchers at the AIAS Conference ‘Cold Atoms and Beyond’ June 25-27 to discuss the hot topic of ultracold atoms and its links to other fields in physics.
Anthropologists and philosophers gathered at the AIAS Conference ‘Moral engines: Exploring the moral drives in human life’ to discuss moral, ethics and the interplay between the two fields of studies.
Meet Cheryl Mattingly when she talks about 'Trust, Family Peril and the Good Life: A Narrative Perspective'.