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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.   




Mon 07 Dec
14:15-15:30 | Virtual via Zoom
AIAS Seminar: Iwona Janicka
World-Building: Towards a Constructive Notion of Philosophy
Tue 08 Dec
09:30-11:00 | AIAS and virtually via Zoom
AIAS Seminar: Funding
Seminar for AIAS Fellows on funding with AU’s Research Support Office
Tue 15 Dec
13:00-14:00 | Via Zoom
Book presentation by AIAS Fellow Laure Guirguis
AIAS Fellow Laure Guirguis is giving an online presentation at The Institute of Research and Study on the Arab and Muslim Worlds (IREMAM)
Mon 15 Mar
14:15-15:30 | The AIAS Auditorium
AIAS Seminar: Dario Maestripieri
Literature’s contribution to scientific knowledge: How some European novelists developed a new Darwinian view of human nature.
Photo: Lars Kruse.

2020.11.26 |

AIAS Fellow Rasmus O. Bak receives Young Researcher Fellowship of DKK 5 million grant from the Carlsberg Foundation

Geneticist Rasmus O. Bak has been awarded a Carlsberg Foundation Young Researcher Fellowship of DKK 5 million for his project 'Elucidating genetic programs in hematopoietic stem cells’. Using CRISPR/Cas technology, he seeks new knowledge about the human genome that can lead to the development of new medicines for patients with serious blood…

Photo: AIAS Fellow Lisa M. Wu. By Aarhus University Photo.

2020.11.17 |

New project to help childhood cancer survivors

AIAS Fellow Lisa Wu has received grant funding from The Danish Cancer Society (Kræftens Bekæmpelse) to develop a new type of treatment for childhood cancer survivors to improve their cognitive impairment by bringing parents and children together.