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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…

2020.06.25 |

Fellow's op-ed about Romania's lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic on Cultures of History Forum

AIAS Fellow and historian Bogdan C. Iacob has published an op-ed about Romania's lockdown on the website "Cultures of History Forum" created by the institute of advanced study, the Imre Kertész Kolleg Jena.

Photo: Doug Speed. AU Photo.

2020.06.16 |

From AIAS Fellow to full Professor in Genetics

AIAS Fellow Doug Speed has been appointed a full professor at the Centre for Quantitative Genetics and Genomics at Aarhus University, after finalizing his 3-year fellowship at AIAS.

2020.06.04 |

European NetIAS Lecture Series on ‘Borders’

The Network of European Institutes for Advanced Study (NetIAS) initiates new lecture series on the topic of ‘Borders’. As an active member of NetIAS, AIAS contributes to the lecture series.

Photo: Niels Chr. Hansen.

2020.05.22 |

Music in the time of corona – research seeks to uncover the global musical pandemic of 2020

AIAS Fellow Niels Chr. Hansen has initiated a worldwide research project and global network that will map our musical behavior during the corona crisis. Preliminary data show that it has become more popular to listen to music from one’s youth during the corona quarantine.

Photo: Rasmus O. Bak in the lab. By: Lars Kruse, AU Foto.

2020.05.18 |

AIAS Fellow Rasmus O. Bak receives grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark

Rasmus O. Bak has been awarded a grant of DKK 2.9 mill from the Independent Research Fund Denmark to generate a new class of cancer immunotherapy using CRISPR/Cas gene technologies. Three AIAS Former Fellows have also been awarded a grant from the Independent Research Fund.


2020.05.15 |

The UN’s International Day of Light

On 16 May 2020, the UN’s organisation for Science, Culture and Education celebrates the International Day of Light. AIAS Fellow Dr. Lisa Wu studies the influences of light in her research.

Image credit: WPRN.

2020.05.13 |

The World Pandemic Research Network launched

The first global, real-time directory of research and research resources on the societal and human impacts of the COVID19 pandemic is launched with support from the global and European networks for Institutes of Advanced Study.

Photo: Christian Bendixen. By: Ida Marie Jensen.

2020.04.30 |

Obituary for Professor, AIAS Fellow Christian Bendixen

With Professor Christian Bendixen's untimely death, the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics & AIAS have lost an excellent researcher and a good colleague. Christian Bendixen died suddenly from a blood clot at the age of 57. We are all deeply affected.

Image: Colourbox.

2020.04.28 |

Social rhythms in the age of COVID-19

AIAS Fellow Lisa M. Wu is a research expert in daily life rhythms, such as circadian rhythms, and is studying how these are affected by illnesses, such as cancer. Now she and her colleagues have launched a survey to study how people’s social rhythms and emotional well-being may be affected during the corona virus.

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