News Year: 2022

Computer simulations and Artificial Intelligence – a “booster” for molecular research

7. April 2022

In the new “SIMPLAIX” collaboration, researchers from HITS, Heidelberg University, and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are addressing challenges in the …

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PFVG – A novel probabilistic approach to separate galaxy from nuclear contribution in quasars

6. April 2022

Quasars are considered the most energetic galaxies in the universe. Their main energy source is a supermassive black hole at the …

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Issue 1 | 2022

22. March 2022

This year began with tremendously good news: Ganna Gryn’ova, head of the Computational Carbon Chemistry (CCC) group, was selected to …

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“Something in the way they move” – zooming in on cell migration

17. March 2022

Getting from A to B can be a tricky business, especially for cells on the move. An international team of researchers …

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Paper accepted at ACL 2022!

9. March 2022

PhD student Sungho Jeon and NLP group leader Michael Strube got a paper accepted at this years ACL, one of the …

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Research positions at HITS for scientists from Ukraine

2. March 2022

The war in Ukraine is causing a humanitarian catastrophe. At HITS we are particularly concerned about the safety and wellbeing of …

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HITS helps ESCAPE improve their data discoverability with machine learning

2. March 2022

ESCAPE, the European Science Cluster of Astronomy & Particle Physics ESFRI Research Infrastructures, has successfully tested new machine learning prototypes that …

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HITS NLP goes Linguistics!

13. February 2022

Members of the NLP group will have two presentations at the upcoming workshop Word formation and discourse structure at the Department …

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New Position: acting group leader in the MBM group

9. February 2022

As of January 2022, Camilo Aponte-Santamaría has been appointed acting group leader of the Molecular Biomechanics group (MBM). In this newly …

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Carl Smith named “Journalist in Residence” at HITS

2. February 2022

The Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) gives science journalists the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of computer-based, data-driven science with …

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