What´s new at HITS? On this page you can find the latest news from and about HITS, including the latest scientific discoveries, personal achievements by our researchers or general changes at HITS.


Kashif Sadiq

6. March 2017

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Neutrinos from supernovae

2. March 2017

In a recent publication in Physical Review D, HITS researchers Friedrich Röpke and Sebastian Ohlmann were part of a team …

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No. 26 | 03-2017

1. March 2017

A change in the HITS management, a new „Journalist in Residence“ from India, awards for our HITSters as well as new …

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Prof. Dr. Frauke Gräter

28. February 2017

Prof. Dr. Frauke Gräter Gruppenleiterin „Molecular Biomechanics“ am HITS Professorin für “Molecular Biomechanics” an der Universität Heidelberg Forschungsinteresse …

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Another Successful Defense

21. February 2017

Sebastian Martschat (second from the right, with his examination committee) has successfully defended his PhD. thesis on “Structured Representations for Coreference …

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Dissertation erfolgreich verteidigt

21. February 2017

Sebastian Martschat (zweiter von rechts, mit seinem Prüfungskomitee) hat erfolgreich seine Dissertation mit dem Titel “Structured Representations for Coreference Resolution” …

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Interview with Siegfried Schloissnig

8. February 2017

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Cut it, but not so fast!

12. January 2017

Blood clotting is an amazing biological process in which injured blood vessels are plugged by platelets –flowing in our blood stream– …

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New Scientific Director: Michael Strube

2. January 2017

As of January 2017, Prof. Dr. Michael Strube is the new Scientific Director (“Institutssprecher”) of HITS. As the position of Scientific Director …

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Smart Simulations for Supercomputers

27. December 2016

HITS researcher Volker Springel received a HLRS Golden Spike Award 2016 for his work in the “The Illustris++ Project: The Next Generation …

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