Centre for Advanced Study

at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters

Call for CAS Project Applications

The Centre for Advanced Study (CAS) invites researchers to pursue excellent, fundamental, curiosity-driven research in Oslo during the 2024/2025 academic year. Assemble your international dream team of prominent researchers and apply for a research stay at CAS. Deadline: 18 October 2022.

Active CAS Projects

  • Stability and Change

    Led by Professor Håvard Hegre (PRIO) and Professor Nils Lid Hjort (UiO).

  • Social Science Meets Biology: Indigenous People and Severe Influenza Outcomes

    Led by Professor Svenn-Erik Mamelund (OsloMet).

  • Representation Theory: Combinatorial Aspects and Applications

    Led by Professor Aslak Bakke Buan (NTNU) and Professor Steffen Oppermann (NTNU).

  • Exploring the Archaeological Migration Narrative: The Introduction of Farming and Animal Husbandry in Southern Norway

    Led by Professor Martin Furholt (UiO) and Professor Daniela Hofmann (UiB).

  • Social Governance Through Legislation

    Led by Professor Erik Opsahl (NTNU) and Professor Jørn Øyrehagen Sunde (UiO).

  • Attosecond Quantum Dynamics Beyond the Born-Oppenheimer Approximation

    Led by Researcher Simen Kvaal (UiO) and Professor Thomas Bondo Pedersen (UiO).

News

Introducing the Young CAS Fellows 2023/2024

Victor Greiff and Benjamin Schneider are the two new early career scholars selected for the Young CAS Fellow programme.

  • Announcing the CAS projects 2023/24

    We are proud to announce that we for the first time have project leaders from BI and CICERO. Moreover, as part of a new strategy, the CAS board of directors has for the first time decided to extend invitations to four groups. One of the elected groups, Signatures for Images, will have its location in our new branch at Oslo Science Park.

  • Alumni Spotlight: Eivind Engebretsen

    ‘The question “What are the facts?” must be supplemented with another one: “How do these facts make sense to people, and why?”’, said former CAS project leader and professor at the University of Oslo Eivind Engebretsen.

  • Alumni Spotlight: Øystein Linnebo

    ‘The use of logical-mathematical tools enables us to state philosophical questions and answers with far greater precision than would otherwise have been possible,’ said Øystein Linnebo.

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