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.

In memory of Isabel Rojas

18 05 2018

On May 11, 2018, Isabel Rojas (1968-2013) would have turned fifty years old. HITS views Isabel Rojas’s fiftieth birthday as an opportunity to …

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Visitor: Jakob Nordin

27 04 2018

From April  26 to 27, 2018, Dr Jakob Nordin from the Humboldt University Berlin visited us to collaborate on questions regarding the use …

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New planetarium and astronomy visitor centre opened

26 04 2018

Today, after three years of construction, the ESO Supernova Planetarium and Visitor Centre will be inaugurated. The new centre at the …

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Colloquium by Wolfgang Hillebrandt

23 04 2018

On Monday, April 23, 11 am, Prof Dr Wolfgang Hillebrandt is giving the HITS colloquium on the topic of “Measuring the Expansion …

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Girls’ Day at HITS 2018

23 04 2018

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Welcome Odysseas!

14 04 2018

A warm welcome to Odysseas who has recently joined MBM group as a Bachelor student. Odysseas grew up in Athens, Greece. …

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Visitor: Stuart Sim

13 04 2018

From April  9 to 13, 2018, Dr. Stuart Sim from the Astrophysics Research Centre at Queen’s University Belfast visited the PSO group …

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Talk by Rolf Kuiper on Accretion and Feedback in the Formation of the Most Massive Stars

09 04 2018

On Wednesday, April 11, Dr. Rolf Kuiper from the University of Tübingen will visit the PSO group. He will give a …

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Protein analysis: Less is more

27 03 2018

CONAN to the rescue! The new software-package for molecular dynamic simulations compresses 3D data to contact maps and helps to analyze …

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Welcome Isabel!

26 03 2018

A warm welcome to Isabel who has recently joined MBM group as a PhD student. Isabel did her master studies in …

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