MIAS, new member of the UBIAS international network

The centre of research in Humanities & Social Sciences is to form part of a prestigious academic forum which brings together the most renowned institutes of advanced studies in the world

Another step forward in the consolidation of the MIAS (Madrid Institute for Advanced Study). The research centre, originated by the collaboration between the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the French Casa de Velázquez, is, from Monday November 16, to form part of the UBIAS (University-Based Institutes for Advanced Study) network. The network being composed of 44 renowned university institutes for advanced studies in Humanities and Social Sciences from all over the globe. The most prestigious university institutes for advanced studies in the USA, Canada, Brazil, Japan, China, India, S. Korea, Australia, South Africa and Europe form part of the network.



28OCTOBER 2020

Call for applications 2020

Once more MIAS opens its calls to offer researchers different types of residency with the aim of reinforcing and internationalizing research in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Admitted in April 2019 as a full member of the prestigious NetIAS (Network of European Institutes for Advanced Study) network, the institute has become part of the IAS, which promotes spaces for debate, research and the creation of new ideas and is recognized worldwide as an agent for attracting talent on a global scale and as a promoter of prestige and visibility both in the coordinating institution and in the country in which it is located. 

From October 27 to November 30, 2020 researchers who meet the requirements indicated in each call will be able to present their candidacy through the procedures and platforms enabled for this purpose. All relevant information is available on the web and in this summary of call for applications.



Programme SMI du CNRS : cofinancement InSHS – Casa de Velázquez 2021

Mobilité vers le Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies

Public : Personnels statutaires (chercheur(e)s, enseignant(e)s-chercheur(e)s et ingénieur(e)s de recherche) des unités de recherche relevant d’une section de l’InSHS, et dont le CNRS est tutelle ou cotutelle, sont éligibles à cet appel.

Durée de la mobilité : Entre 3 et 9 mois

Candidatures jusqu'au 3 novembre 2020



Aprobación para la creación del “Roman-Islam Center”, nuevo Instituto de Estudios Avanzados en Hamburgo

Co-creado por Sabine Panzram (investigadora residente del MIAS 2018-2019)

La Fundación Alemana de Investigación (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG) ha aprobado el nuevo centro de estudios avanzados «Romanización e islamication en la Antigüedad tardía. Procesos transculturales en la península ibérica y en el norte de África» en la Universidad de Hamburgo.