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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.   




Wed 20 Jan
13:00-14:30 | Online
AIAS Research Seminar: Racism and Anti-racism Discussion Group
Mon 01 Feb
14:15-15:30 | Virtual via Zoom
AIAS Seminar: Karen Gram Skjoldager
When International Organizations Improvise: Institutional Responses to European Security Crises, 1920-2000
Mon 22 Feb
14:15-15:30 | Virtual via Zoom
AIAS Seminar: Christina Esteva Font
Prostaglandin receptors and kidney: Potential role of prostaglandin receptors in chronic kidney disease (CKD)
Thu 25 Feb
10:30-16:00 | The AIAS Auditorium, if possible. Virtually, if not.
Joint Research Presentations: Extended Fellows' Seminar
Short 6-minute research presentations by all AIAS Fellows.
Image: Special Issue cover.

2020.12.18 |

Special issue on Street Art’s Politics and Discontents

AIAS Fellow Tijen Tunali is editor of the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies Special Issue on ‘Street Art’s Politics and Discontents’.

Photo: AIAS Fellow Christian Damsgaard. By Aarhus University Photo.

2020.12.16 |

AIAS Fellow Christian Damsgaard receives Lundbeck Foundation Experiment grant

AIAS Fellow Christian Damsgaard has received a DKK 1.998.986 Lundbeck Foundation Experiment grant for his project 'Oxygen delivery to neural tissue without blood vessels'. In his research project he will study how birds and some mammals can provide enough oxygen for the retina in the eye without the small blood vessels that are vital for oxygen…