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Current Projects

Visiting Humanities & Social Sciences Fellowships

Chloe Edmondson

The objective of this project is to rethink the evolution of 17th and 18th-century letter-writing practices in France through an interdisciplinary approach that combines literary studies, cultural

Christian Galdón

Daniel Sada is one of the most complex writers in the landscape of Latin American literature.

Collaborative Research Projects

SAVI (Sting Associated Vasculopathy with Onset in Infancy) is a rare and an incurable disorder, with an early age of onset.

Tissue regeneration through transplantation of therapeutic cells has the potential to revolutionize modern medicine.

We live in an age of racial, ethnic and religious tension.

In the last century, major breakthroughs in our understanding of ‘identity’ have changed the way that we think about ourselves and the world around us.

Identifying ways to reduce or reverse natural resources depletion trends while maintaining population well-being

Recent biological and biomedical research, especially work on the microbiome, has revived the idea that living things are not “individuals”, but rather collectiv

Cancer develops when evolutionary forces act on mutated cells.

Plasmas, or ionized gases, are key to many modern applications and are used, for example, in the production of thin films, space

The interaction of highly energetic particles with plasmas plays a major role in the evolution of the universe and gives rise to many astrophysical processes tha

This collaborative team-based project focuses on the meaning of images in medieval culture as defined by Scripture, theology, and science; it analyzes iconograph


Our project focuses on clerical celibacy in its medieval context—the celibacy rulings of the eleventh century and their Carolingian precedents—examining the impl

This symposium will bring together a preeminent group of scholars from the humanities and the social science

Visiting Junior Scholar Fellowships

Pierre Seners

Strokes that are caused by blockage of large blood vessels by clots are the most disabling.

Shixuan Liu

In nature, it is common to see seasonal changes in animal morphology and behavior.

Pedro Pinheiro-Chagas

I am analyzing a large dataset of intracranial electrophysiological recordings in humans, who performed a variety of mathemati

Alejandro Alvarez Laguna

The physics of ionized gases, or plasmas, gives rise to a great variety of fascinating phenomena like northern lights or solar flares. In particular, plasmas are widely used in technologies, rangin

Visiting Student Researcher Fellowships

Etienne Chassaing

One of the fundamental problems in the field of human/robot interactions (HRI) is the process of handing objects between a human and a robot.

Charles Blanluet

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of devices for rapid and sensitive detection of infectious diseases at the point of care (POC).

Lazare Lubek

“Spectral” music, a contemporary movement initiated in the 70’s, uses the acoustic properties of sound as its main source material.

Emre Daglioglu

This project seeks to explore the ways in which capitalism as a social process was re-established, reorganized, and operated in the late Ottoman Empire, especially between 1881 and 1914.

Utku Asuroglu

It is an honor to be selected as a Visiting Student Researcher by the France Stanford Center and to carry out my research in technology and music at the Institut

Radhika Koul

My dissertation, “The Drama of our World: Spectator and Subject in Medieval Kashmir and Early Modern Europe,” is a comparative study on characterizations of the subject, the poet and the dramatic s

Yohan Renard

Universal access to quality, life-saving drugs is a key challenge faced by low-income countries.

Luis Bergolla

This project focuses on the role of experts witnesses in international arbitration cases administered under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)—th

Luc Houriez

Neural networks have long fascinated scientific communities, serving as an elegant approach to machine learning modelled on our understanding of the human brain.

Suhaila Meera

Half of the world’s 25.9 million recorded refugees are under eighteen.

Undergraduate Internships

Catherine Rogers

The project aims to understand the functional role of heterochromatin regulation during early embryogenesis.