News Year: 2018

“Astroinformatics” Conference 2018 in Heidelberg

29 08 2018

The international “Astroinformatics 2018” conference will be held in the Studio Villa Bosch, Heidelberg, from September 3–7, 2018. Scientists from all over the world …

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Parasites discovered in fossil fly pupae

28 08 2018

Parasitic wasps existed as early as several million years ago. Within a project coordinated by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), researchers …

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Detecting “fake news”: Michael Strube@DSJM Workshop

17 08 2018

Michael Strube will give a talk at the DSJM workshop in London, titled “exploiting the speaker´s credibility to detect fake …

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Thermonuclear explosions of rapidly differentially rotating white dwarfs

15 08 2018

In an upcoming publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics, an international team of researchers, including PSO scientists Markus Kromer and Friedrich Rö…

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Kerstin Hoppenhaus – Journalist in Residence 2018

08 08 2018

German science journalist Kerstin Hoppenhaus was the HITS “Journalist in Residence” from July until December 2018. Hoppenhaus studied Biology in Mainz, Tü…

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Kerstin Hoppenhaus named “Journalist in Residence” at HITS

08 08 2018

The Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies provides science journalists the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of computer-based, data-driven science through a …

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An Honor and a Farewell

01 08 2018

After more than eight years at HITS, Volker Springel, head of the Theoretical Astrophysics group at HITS, has assumed his new …

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The need for speed: Why malaria parasites are faster than human immune cells

20 07 2018

Elementary cytoskeleton protein is different in parasites and represents a starting point for a possible new therapy against malaria infections. Researchers …

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PSO alumni meeting

12 07 2018

On a perfectly sunny day, we were happy to welcome several former group members at HITS on July 12 for the first …

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New computational method for drug discovery

11 07 2018

HITS researchers developed tauRAMD, a tool to predict drug-target residence times from short simulations. The method is illustrated on the cover …

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