The Israel Institute for Advanced Studies (IIAS) of Jerusalem is a national institution devoted to academic research. Located at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, on the Edmond J. Safra campus at Givat Ram, the IIAS is a self-governing body, both in its administrative function as well as its academic pursuit.

The primary function of the Institute is to encourage and support collaborative research. Along with collaborative Research Groups, the Institute annually hosts six Advanced Schools as well as many conferences.

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Congratulations to Paul Milgrom, Nobel Prize laureate!

October 13, 2020
The IIAS wishes a warm congratulations to Paul Milgrom (Stanford University) who has been awarded the Noble Prize in Economics for “improvements to auction theory and inventions of new auction formats”. Paul Milgrom presented at the Advanced School in Economics at the IIAS in 1998, 2003, and 2014, and we are delighted to hear about his well-deserved achievement!


Applications are now open for Research Groups and Individual Fellowships at the IIAS for 2022-23.

Click here for information on the application process for Research Groups, and a link to the application form.

Click here for information on the application process for Individual Fellowships, and a link to the application form.

The Open Calls for Research Groups and Individual Fellowships can be found here.

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  • "There was something magical about the Institute, the people and the beautiful and serene campus, which I cannot quite explain, but it provided exactly the right mixture of quiet surrounding for research and opportunities to get together, consult and exchange ideas."

    Eyal Benvenisti

    University of Cambridge


  • "IAS was my home away from home for four times in two turbulent decades. It was a haven of tranquility, reflection, camaraderie and sheer beauty. Cooperation within my immediate groups was a source of abundant inspiration, but what made the IAS experience unique was the presence and influence of other groups. In my mind, the IAS comes closest to the ideal community of scholars."


    Yoram Shachar

    IDC Herzliya