Here you can find a brief overview of research groups that previously worked at HITS. You can discover which scientific achievements they reached during their time at our institute and what they do after their stay at HITS.
The CBI group developed new approaches to the so-called de novo assembly, which is the reconstruction of genome sequences by means of DNA sequencers and bioinformatic methods.
The GRG group investigated various mathematical problems in the fields of geometry and topology, which involve the interplay between geometric spaces.
The HAC group modeled the underlying physics of cosmic rays, magnetic fields, and plasma waves in great detail with the goal to conduct cosmological simulations at high resolution on supercomputers.
The TAP group simulated the diverse shapes and sizes of galaxies with supercomputers.