Science and Research at the IMS
Within the framework of the FSV research plan and in a number of other Czech and European grants, the Institute's members are developing the theory, methodology and the empirical research in all the major areas of social sciences.
The Institute publishes its own magazine, Studia Territorialia, which is a reviewed academic magazine covering Area Studies.
The students are also involved in the Institute's scientific activities as assistants or researchers, or as the main investigators in the projects of the Charles University Grant Agency (GA UK).
CENTRAL workshop - Vienna
From 24 to 25 April, another workshop will take place in Vienna within the CENTRAL project "Towards a Central European Doctoral School in Modern History", in which the universities of Vienna and Warsaw are also participating.
4EU+ opens new opportunities for the academic community
To strengthen and expand the collaboration of its academic community, the 4EU+ Alliance is launching two new pilot challenges that will allow academics, researchers and students from seven 4EU+ universities to develop collaborative projects and grow together.
New international visiting researchers at IMS
We are delighted to be re-establishing links and building relationships with new partner institutions after a long covid hiatus. We are more than happy that we can finally welcome a number of visiting researchers at our institute.
Announcement of the results of the GA UK competition - 5 successful applicants for IMS!
The results of the 20th round of the Charles University Grant Agency competition, which was attended by a number of our PhD students, have been published. In total, 5 people succeeded with their projects!
Charles University and St Andrews: Successful research
A joint seed-funding programme between Charles University and the University of St Andrews is an excellent means of bringing together top researchers, say Joseph North from St. Andrews and Jaromír Soukup from the Centre for Strategic Partnerships at Charles University.
Poster exhibition of the "Train to Freedom" ending project
On Thursday, 9 March, the joint project "Train to Freedom" (Charles University, Freie Universität Berlin, Pädagogische Hochschule St. Gallen and Mamlock Foundation Berlin) was officially closed with an exhibition of posters created at our institute during seminars.