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HITS Colloquium “AI at HITS” – Symposium in honor of Wilfried Juling

Studio Villa Bosch Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 33, Heidelberg, Germany

  The symposium is a special event in honor of Professor Wilfried Juling, whose decade-long leadership has greatly supported and furthered HITS.   Speakers at the symposium are: Carsten Könneker, HITS Stiftung Pascal Friederich, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Ganna (Anya) Gryn´ova, HITS and Heidelberg University Sebastian Lerch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and HITS […]

11th SIMPLAIX internal project meeting

Studio Villa Bosch Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 33, Heidelberg, Germany

The 11th SIMPLAIX internal project meeting will take place at Studio Villa Bosch.

HITS-SIMPLAIX Joint Colloquium Michele Parrinello: Do we really understand catalysis?

Studio Villa Bosch Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 33, Heidelberg, Germany

  By Michele Parrinello, Italian Institute of Technology, Genova (Italy)   The transition to a green economy depends critically on the development of efficient catalysts that could for instance help in sequestrating CO2 or producing H2. To reach this goal a detailed understanding of the catalytic mechanism would be of great value. Unfortunately, most industrial […]

FAIRDOM User Meeting


Agenda: 14:00 - Welcome 14:10 - Korbinian Bösl (University of Bergen, Norway): “Integrating FAIRDOM-SEEK with storage and data management planning tools” 14:30 - Martin Golebiewski, Xiaoming Hu (HITS, Germany), Frank Meineke (University of Leipzig, Germany): “Extended metadata feature of SEEK in the Local Data Hub of NFDI4Health” 14:50 - Nick Juty (University of Manchester, UK): […]

Colloquium Volker Springel: Interfacing galaxy formation with precision cosmology

Studio Villa Bosch Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 33, Heidelberg, Germany

By Volker Springel, Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Garching, Germany HITS Fellow 2018   Numerical simulations of cosmic structure formation have become a powerful tool in astrophysics. Starting right after the Big Bang, they predict the dark matter backbone of the cosmic web far into the non-linear regime and follow complex galaxy formation physics with […]

Open Day at HITS

Come and join us for our Open Day at HITS on Saturday, 13 July, from 11am-5pm The Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies will open its doors to the public again. The program includes science talks in English and German, presentations and hands-on stations, all showcasing the research of the Institute. One of the highlights this […]

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