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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.   




Tue 31 Mar
09:00-14:00 | AIAS Auditorium
POSTPONED: Hosted Symposium
For the time being – temporality, ethics, aging: Conversations between anthropology, art and philosophy
Mon 20 Apr
14:15-15:15 | The AIAS Auditorium, Building 1632, Room 201
CANCELLED: AIAS Fellows' Seminar: Sandra Eckert
Power, Business, Regulation. Analysing the Single European Market
Thu 30 Apr
09:00-15:15 | The AIAS Auditorium, Building 1632, Room 201
Hosted event: PhD Education at Aarhus University – Independence and Academic Growth
Mon 04 May
14:15-15:15 | The AIAS Auditorium, Building 1632, Room 201
CANCELLED: AIAS Fellows' Seminar: Jens Leipziger
Cystic Fibrosis - and hidden jewels in the urine
Photo: Søren Rud Keiding. By: Ida Marie Jensen.

2020.03.30 |

AIAS Director appointed member of the Danish Council for Research and Innovation Policy, DFiR

AIAS Director Søren Rud Keiding is reappointed as a member of the Danish Council for Research and Innovation Policy, a council under the Danish Ministry for Higher Education and Science.

2020.03.23 |

Novel tool developed to improve our understanding of genetic factors

AIAS Fellow Doug Speed, in collaboration with David Balding and John Holmes (University of Melbourne), has developed a new tool that improves our understanding of the genetic factors underlying complex traits. Details of the tool have been published this week in the journal Nature Genetics.