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Photo: The last AIAS Fellows cohort from February 2018. By Melissa Bach Yildirim.

2018.09.06 |

16 new AIAS fellows selected

A group of 16 new AIAS fellows from around the world has now been selected after a long international triple peer review process in the spring and summer of 2018.

2018.09.05 |

Thinking Heads Reflect on ‘Thinking Machines'

How will ‘thinking machines’ impact our future lives? This is just one of the numerous questions discussed last week at an interdisciplinary AIAS conference, which focused on the challenges, applications and perspectives of neural networks, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Photo: Polar Biology cover.

2018.09.03 |

The NeAT significance of Arthropods

AIAS Former Fellow Toke T. Høye guest-editor of ‘Polar Biology’ Special Issue on the Ecology of Tundra Arthropods.

2018.06.15 |

AIAS 5 Year Anniversary

On 22 June 2018, AIAS celebrates its 5-year birthday and reflects on its rapid transformation from pure idea as a ‘classical’ Institute of Advanced Study to a fully recognized and functional Institute with its own significant academic community and spirit.

2018.05.29 |

AIAS JCS Fellow Anja Bechmann elected a member of the Jyllands-Posten Foundation board

Associate Professor in media studies Anja Bechmann has been elected to the Jyllands-Posten Foundation board. Hear her view on why Denmark’s largest media company needs her profile, and why board work is important.

2018.05.03 |

AIAS Former Fellow Anja Kamp new Assistant Professor at Aarhus University

Anja Kamp has joined the Department of Engineering and the Department of Bioscience from the 1 April 2018.

Photo: Asad Jan.

2018.05.02 |

Best poster prize to AIAS Fellow Asad Jan

Asad Jan receives the first prize for his poster presentation at ‘Neuroscience Day 2018 - Rewarding Neuroscience’ held at Aarhus University on 1 May.

2018.05.02 |

AIAS hands over UBIAS chair and coordinating role to IEA-USP, São Paulo, Brazil

After two years of chairing and coordinating the global UBIAS network, this week AIAS and Morten Kyndrup pass the UBIAS network tasks to a new continent, to Latin America’s Institute of Advanced Study of the University of São Paulo (IEA-USP) in Brazil.

2018.04.24 |

Series of afternoon talks on general academic culture

AIAS and the Junior Researcher Development Programme at Aarhus University are organizing a series of “Afternoon talks” on general academic culture in 2018.

Photo: The caterpillar Gynaephora groenlandica or the Arctic woolly bear moth. By: Toke T. Høye.

2018.04.20 |

Climate change threaten nature’s garbage collector

New research by AIAS Former Fellow Toke T. Høye and collaborators from Washington University in St. Louis show that warmer active seasons and fewer freeze-thaw events lead to big changes for arthropods in the Arctic.

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