This is a list of IAS workshops that have already taken place. You can find out further information for each workshop by clicking on the title of the workshop.
15th December - Music and Alabaster
3rd December - Lunchtime Seminar: Monitoring temporal and spatial change in Antarctic terrestrial communities
26th November - Varieties of religious superdiversity
25th November - Joint IAS / NERC Workshop: How to discover Adverse Outcome Pathways from molecular & gene response networks in systems biology to best govern the use of chemicals & nanoparticles
20th November - Dancing Maps
7th November - Knowledge, networks and conflict: How do we know what we know in fragile and conflict-affected states?
29th October - Exploring the dimensions of change in the professions and the implications for education and training: an inter-disciplinary approach
24th October - A Future for West Midlands Devolution?
22nd October - A Body of Crime: Conceptualising the Dead
15th October - Russia's Place in the World in the last 100 years: Culture, Society and Environment
14th October - Predicting the Effect of Drought on River Ecology
9th October - Computational Models of Social Interaction
9th October - Intelligent computation meets bio-medical research: recent developments in computational biology
3rd October - The University, the Study of Religion and the Public Square
24th September - Eyes on Central Asia
22nd September - Manufacturing and the Skills Crisis in the West Midlands and Chicago: Defining the Problem and Exploring Solutions
19th September - Big Data
11th September - The Global Concussion Crisis
11th September - Work, Wealth and Well-being: Optimising health, well-being and performance in diverse and ageing workforces
10th September - 'Head Games: The Global Concussion Crisis'
18th-19th August - Figurative language: its patterns and meanings in domain-specific discourse
9th-10th July - Inclusive Entrepreneurship: innovations in research and practice
24th June - Dogs, Owners & Responsibility: Law in the Doghouse
21st June - Building Trust through Face-to-Face Diplomacy
18th June - Challenges for Early Modern Women's History
16th-18th June - The Biology and Physics of Bacterial Genomes
4th June - An Evidence-Based Approach to Crime Prevention and Reduction
4th June - New Labour in New York: Precarious Workers and Their Organizing Efforts
2nd-3rd June - New Migrants, Entrepreneurs and Cities: An International Comparison
30th May - Challenges to Emerging and Established Powers: Brazil and the United Kingdom in the Contemporary Global Order
30th May - 'Ethics, War, and Intervention' – a conference from the Institute of Advanced Studies, Birmingham
30th May - 'The Ethics of Humanitarian Intervention, with Comments on Syria' – a Public Lecture by Jeff McMahan
28th May - Hypoxia and Hypoxia-Inducible Factors in Disease
28th May - What is 'compassion' in nursing, and can it be measured?
13th May - Powders for Structural and Functional Applications
8th-9th May - Data analysis, machine learning, and modelling in the bio-medical domain
24th April - Cities and Urban Change Summit
16th April - Re-building manufacturing – New Dogs, Old Tricks!
9th April - Building from the Bottom: How is Social Innovation transforming Social Policy?
7th April - Ambassador Diego Gomez Pickering: Transforming Mexico
1st April - Biophilic Cities
31st March - 'The Kingdom of God is Always but Coming': Justice and the Legacy of the Social Gospel in North America
26th March - Higher Education in Brazil: Evolution and Challenges
18th March - Ken Loach's 'Save the Children Fund Film'
13th March - Hybridity: Exploring power, social structures, and institutions beyond the liberal west
12th March - Global Migration Governance after the High Level Dialogue
5th February - DIAD: Opportunities from a New Synchrotron X-Ray Beamline
29th January - IAS New Staff Networking Lunch
29th January - Education In A Global Setting: The Needs of the 21st Century