The Network of European Institutes for Advanced Study brings together 25 Institutes for Advanced Study across Europe. It was created in 2004 to stimulate a dialogue on IAS practices and possible forms of cooperation. Within the whole network, more than 500 researchers are hosted every year for up to one full academic year.

The European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Fellowship Programme is an international researcher mobility programme offering 10-month residencies in one of the 16 participating Institutes: Berlin, Bologna, Budapest, Cambridge, Delmenhorst, Edinburgh, Freiburg, Helsinki, Jerusalem, Lyon, Marseille, Paris, Uppsala, Vienna, Wassenaar, Zürich. The Institutes for Advanced Study support the focused, self-directed work of outstanding researchers. The fellows benefit from the finest intellectual and research conditions and from the stimulating environment of a multi-disciplinary and international community of first-rate scholars.

EURIAS Fellowships are mainly offered in the fields of the humanities and social sciences but may also be granted to scholars in life and exact sciences, provided that their proposed research project does not require laboratory facilities and that it interfaces with humanities and social sciences. The diversity of the 16 participating IAS offers a wide range of possible research contexts in Europe for worldwide scholars. Applicants may select up to three IAS outside their country of nationality or residence as possible host institutions.

List of participating institutes can be found here.

Unlike traditional Institutes for Advanced Study, UBIAS are associated with or embedded within a university, and actively contribute to the academic culture and the scientific achievements of their home university. By offering various fellowship programmes on different academic levels (junior and senior researchers), UBIAS institutes bring together outstanding researchers from different disciplines, nationalities and academic backgrounds, creating a productive environment for innovative research. These common characteristics have proved to be a fruitful basis for mutual exchange, although the individual institutes display a large variety of different concepts and academic pursuits. With their individual profiles, they answer to the specific needs and strengths of their affiliate university. While many institutes have traditionally concentrated on humanities and social sciences, an increasing number of institutes now incorporate theoretical and experimental sciences.

The UBIAS network was initiated in 2010, when representatives from 32 research institutes worldwide met at the conference entitled “University-Based Institutes for Advanced Study in a Global Perspective: Promises, Challenges, New Frontiers”, hosted by the Freiburg Institute of Advanced Studies, Germany. The founding of the first UBIAS dates back 40 years. However, the last 10 years have seen an upsurge in the establishment of such institutes across the globe – and this trend continues. The network was established to enable structured forms of exchange in this growing segment, including bi-annual conferences and joint programmes between partner institutes.

List of network participants can be found here.

 PIMo is a four-year global research project undertaken by scholars from the humanities and social sciences, including historians, scholars of literary, visual, and material culture, philosophers, mathematicians, and maritime, biological, and bio-behavioral sciences.  It addresses the entangled histories of displacement of human subjects within and from the Mediterranean from the fifteenth to twentieth centuries.

The project grew up from an international seminar series Entangled Histories of Emotions in the Mediterranean World organized in 2017 -2018.  In June 2018, IAS CEU hosted a workshop 'Religious Sentiments Across Central and Eastern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean'. 

PIMO is a community of 100 researchers from 35 countries. IAS Direct Prof. Dr. Nadia Al-Bagdadi is the Management Committee member representing Hungary. 

Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI) is a global network of over 250 humanities centers, institutes, research libraries, and related organizations. Its main mission is to support the future of the humanities by nurturing new forms and methods of global interdisciplinary collaboration. 

The World Pandemic Research Network (WPRN) platform maintains a searchable edited global directory of the scientific projects, initiatives and resources available on the societal and human impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. WPRN functions as the platform open for all to browse: researchers, funders, governments, media, and the general public alike. Interested scholars and institutions may register their projects or initiatives in the directory or, alternatively, register as referents who will be willing and ready to screen registered projects and flag those they consider most innovative and interesting. WPRN is free, non-profit, public-funded, and GDPR compliant.