News

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.

Welcome Christopher!

28. June 2017

A warm welcome to Christopher Lance that has just joined the MBM group as an intern. Christopher is …

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TPDL Paper Accepted

26. June 2017

The paper “Semantic Author Name Disambiguation with Word Embeddings” by Mark-Christoph Müller has been accepted as a Long Paper at …

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SDBV Research: Operation Explorer

19. June 2017

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HITS at Explore Science 2017

19. June 2017

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Protected: Chaotically Magnetized Cloud Is No Place to Build a Star, or Is It?

14. June 2017

U.S. astronomers and astrophysicists found that stars can emerge from a wider range of conditions as previously thought. For their …

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“Auriga” project helps uncover the history of galaxies

7. June 2017

A research team led by HITS scientist Robert Grand ran 36 simulations of Milky Ways on German supercomputers, for the first time …

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PSO group supports workshop at the European Centre for Theoretical Studies (ECT*), Trento, Italy

5. June 2017

The PSO group at HITS supports the workshop “Bridging nuclear and gravitational physics: the dense matter equation of state”, which is …

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No. 27 | 06-2017

1. June 2017

A professorship in Potsdam for HITSter Christoph Pfrommer, the portait of astrophysicist and “Tschira fellow” Freeke van de Voort,  awards …

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Auriga Project

29. May 2017

The Auriga Project is a large suite of high-resolution magneto-hydrodynamical simulations of Milky Way-sized galaxies, simulated in a fully cosmological environment …

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New TRAPP webserver for studying TRAnsient Pockets in Proteins

29. May 2017

Many drugs exert their therapeutic effects by binding in cavities or pockets on specific target protein macromolecules. The binding pockets on …

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