LEUVEN INSTITUTE FOR
ADVANCED STUDY

The Leuven Institute for Advanced Study (LIAS) gathers scientific insights related to major societal challenges on the basis of interdisciplinary consultation between leading international researchers. Play this video below on this page.

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Reporting and Artificial Intelligence - Upcoming events

ABOUT LIAS

More about the mission, operations and history of the Leuven Institute for Advanced Study, located at Holland College.

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Mission
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Holland College
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LIAS Foundation
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History

PROJECTS

The following subjects are currently being discussed at LIAS:

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Reporting and Artificial Intelligence
Fall 2022
Artificial Intelligence facilitates the provision of tailor-made information. However, how transparent and correct is this information?
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New living arrangements for the boomer generation
Spring 2023
With age, the health and social needs of older adults become more complex. The way in which living arrangements and care are currently organised needs to be reviewed.
Principles for a Balanced Pension Reform
This LIAS working group is exploring what the starting points for a balanced and socially just pension reform could be.
Recent projects

RECENT PROJECTS

Discover LIAS’ most recent projects:

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Societal Aspects of Climate Change
Spring 2022
How do various experts from countries outside Europe look at major challenges related to climate change?

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Democracy and Civil Society
Spring 2019
At the moment, it feels as if democracy were in crisis. What are the causes and what are the possible solutions?
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Societal Aspects of Dementia
Spring 2018
Approximately 35 million people worldwide suffer from Alzheimer's and dementia. This figure will almost double in the next 20 years.
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A healthy public debate about important societal challenges requires a common and scientifically sound basis.

Bart Pattyn

Co-Chair LIAS and member Board LIAS Foundation
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