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SCO Scientists: “Best Lecture” at KIT Computer Science

15. July 2015

For their lecture “Introduction to Bioinformatics for Computer Scientists”, SCO group members Alexandros Stamatakis, Andre Aberer, Tomas Flouri, Alexey Kozlov, Kassian …

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Computer Science Talent joins HITS

25. March 2015

In February 2015, Sarah Lutteropp joined the SCO group (leader: Alexandros  Stamatakis) as student worker. She currently studies at the Karlsruhe …

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New Branches at the Tree of Life

3. February 2015

Biologist Emily Jane McTavish (University of Kansas) does evolutionary research using DNA sequence data and computational tools. She is visiting the …

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In “Science”: Big data explain evolution of birds

12. December 2014

Bird tree of life reproduced by gene analysis and supercomputing, new findings about basics of birdsongs, feathers, biodiversity, and bird evolution …

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HITSter wins Heidelberg Science Slam

20. November 2014

Lucas Czech, PhD student in the HITS group Scientific Computing (SCO), won the Heidelberg Science Slam at O’Reilly’s Heidelberg …

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PhD defense

15. November 2014

Our visiting PhD student Paschalia Kapli, that visited our lab twice, successfully defended her PhD at the University of Crete on …

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In “Science”: Scientists resolve the evolution of insects

7. November 2014

A collaboration of more than 100 researchers from 10 countries announce the results of an unprecedented scientific study that resolves the evolutionary history …

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New PhD student

1. July 2014

Our new PhD student, Lucas Czech, joined the lab.

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Alexandros Stamatakis board member of IBC, Montpellier/France

20. December 2013

Alexandros Stamatakis, leader of the Scientific Computing group at HITS, has been appointed member of the scientific advisory board of the …

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Bioinformatics: New type of bacteria found in the human gut

7. November 2013

With software techniques, molecular biologists and computer scientists show that around half of the bacteria species in the human gut are …

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