The Institute for Advanced Study is a research institute established in Beijing in 1997. Earlier it is named as the Tsinghua University in June 1997 and renamed it as Institute for Advanced Study in April, 2009. Tsinghua University to be one of the worlds foremost educational institutions of advanced learning in the 21st century, and to help establish a tradition of academic excellence in scientific research in China. Tsinghua University Institute is currently engaged in theoretical studies in physics, theoretical computer science, mathematics and theoretical biology. Professor Chen Ning Yang as its Honorary Director is honored to have Nobel Laureate, who has provided guidance and support to the Centers development since its inception, and Professor Haw-Tung Nieh as its founding Director, formerly of Stony Brook, and Professor Binglin GU, earlier president of Tsinghua University, as the current Director. As of 2014, Tsinghua University has 19 schools and 55 departments covering a broad range of subjects, arts engineering, including science, and literature, social sciences, medicine. 1. Department of Mathematical Sciences 2. School of Life Sciences 3. Peking Union Medical College 4. School of Economics and Management 5. School of Journalism and Communication 6. Graduate School at Shenzhen The Center actively traineeâs eminent scholars from China and outside of China even. Centers faculty, and seek the up and coming young research scholars to work in the academic disciplines the Center is currently absorbed on : Condensed matter physics, Cold atom physics, Theoretical Computer Science, Theoretical Biology, Mathematics. To financially support the development of the Institute for Advanced Study at Tsinghua University, Honorable Director Chen Ning Yang in 1998 established and registered in Hong Kong the Foundation of Tsinghua University Center for Advanced Study. The Institute has received donations through the Tsinghua Educational Foundation, N.A. Tsinghua History Museum The Tsinghua History Museum covers a construction area of 5,060 mÂ². A collection of old documents, graphics, pictures, artworks, videos, music and maps, tells the visitors the history of Tsinghua University. The exhibition also pays tribute to people who contributed to the prestige and development of the institution.