Prestigious prizes to CAS fellows
CAS fellow Bernt Øksendal has been honoured with the University of Oslo's Research Prize of 2014.
Also, the UiO Communication of Science Prize of 2014 is awarded to Ola Mestad and Dag Michalsen, CAS group leaders in 2012/2013.
Read more (in Norwegian)
Article in UNIFORUM (in Norwegian)
CAS projects 2017/2018 - Call for proposals
The Centre for Advanced Study (CAS) is now requesting proposals for projects and group leaders for the academic year 2017/2018.
Deadline: 17 Nov. 2014
6-8 October 2014:
Appraisal of Robert Redfield's "Great and Little Traditions" Framework for Theorizing Long-term Historical Processes in the Pre-Modern Levant, organized by Terje Stordalen.
The Centre for Advanced Study (CAS) at the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters is a basic research institution where outstanding researchers from Norway and abroad are invited to spend a year. During their stay at CAS, researchers are excused from all duties other than pure research, giving them the time they need to bring all their creativity to bear in an inspiring international environment together with colleagues from their own and other disciplines. The goal is to enhance and internationalise independent basic research in Norway.
Each year, group leaders are chosen from among prominent Norwegian researchers to head three research groups in the following fields: