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Welcome to AIAS

Depth of Research, Crossing Boundaries

A new approach to interdisciplinary solutions

Welcome to AIAS

Depth of Research, Crossing Boundaries

A new approach to interdisciplinary solutions

Curiosity-driven and independent research for excellent scholars from all disciplines is the hallmark of the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies (AIAS). AIAS focuses exclusively on research excellence and training of research talent.

The mission of AIAS is to advance the highest quality research at Aarhus University and to strengthen international research collaboration by attracting talented, highly qualified researchers worldwide and from all academic disciplines.   




Thu 16 Jul
16:00-17:00 | Online via Zoom
European NetIAS Lecture Series
"Crossing the Borders of Chemistry and Biology for targeting the Corona Virus Proteases" by Thomas Bottcher, Research Fellow at the Zukunftskolleg, Konstanz, Germany
Thu 13 Aug
08:00-16:00 | Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Buildings 1630-1632
Hosted event: MBG Young Investigator Symposium
Mon 07 Sep
14:15-15:30 | The AIAS Auditorium
AIAS Seminar: Ruben Pauwels
A.I. in Radiology - Concepts and Applications
Mon 14 Sep
14:15-15:30 | The AIAS Auditorium
AIAS Seminar: Vinnie Nørskov
Topic: Research on unprovenanced antiquities (Title TBC)
Photo: Constructed wetland planted with Cyperus papyrus in León, Mexico. The system treats domestic wastewater from 120 people. Photo: Marco A. Rodriguez-Dominguez.

2020.07.08 |

Improvement of wastewater treatment in Latin America and the Caribbean

A comprehensive study by a team of wastewater scientists from Aarhus University including AIAS fellow Dennis Konnerup shows that constructed wetlands could be a suitable solution to improve wastewater issues in the region.

Image: A superconducting chip with coupled qubits from MIT. By: Roni Winik, MIT.

2020.07.03 |

Development of a diamond gate for optimization of quantum computing

In a collaboration between Aarhus University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the USA, AIAS Fellow Nikolaj T. Zinner and collaborators have developed a new design, a ’diamond gate’, that could optimize the quantum computer. The results have been published in the journal 'npj Quantum Information'. The new diamond gate takes us one…