News Year: 2015


Computational Astrophysics – Lecture Notes

20 04 2015

Summer semester 2015 at Universität Heidelberg. Course material Version of April 8, 2015.Note: this material is in a preliminary state and still …

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Larry Krumenaker – Journalist in Residence 2015

10 04 2015

Larry Krumenaker, a U.S. science writer based in Atlanta, Georgia, was the fourth “Journalist in Residence” at the Heidelberg Institute …

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“Journalist in Residence”: Larry Krumenaker at HITS

10 04 2015

The North American science writer Larry Krumenaker is the 2015 “Journalist in Residence” at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS). This …

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The Future of Computation & Knowledge: Stephen Wolfram at HITS

07 04 2015

The distinguished scientist, technologist and entrepreneur Stephen Wolfram visited the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) on Friday, March 27 to meet …

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Computer Science Talent joins HITS

25 03 2015

In February 2015, Sarah Lutteropp joined the SCO group (leader: Alexandros  Stamatakis) as student worker. She currently studies at the Karlsruhe …

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What is the Impact of Cosmic Rays on Galaxy Formation?

24 03 2015

European Research Council will fund HITS astrophysicist Christoph Pfrommer with an ERC Consolidator Grant with € 2 Million HITS astrophysicist Priv.-Doz. Dr. …

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Brighter than 100 Billion Stars

02 03 2015

Supernova scientist Friedrich Röpke is the leader of the new research group „Physics of Stellar Objects“ at HITS and professor …

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No. 18 | 3-2015

01 03 2015

Everything about the HITS Symposium on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Klaus Tschira Foundation, exciting science news such …

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Groundbreaking Ceremony for ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre

25 02 2015

A groundbreaking ceremony for the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre took place on February 24 at ESO’s Headquarters in Garching, …

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HITS scientists building bioinformatics networks

12 02 2015

HITS scientists Jonathan Fuller and Xiaofeng Yu have been involved in co-founding the Heidelberg Unseminars in Bioinformatics (HUB) along with colleagues …

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