Again: “Highly Cited Researcher“ at HITS

18. November 2020

For five years running, computer scientist Alexandros Stamatakis from the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) has been named one of …

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Making sense of what you see in biomedical images

9. November 2020

Sometimes an image is just an image. Sometimes it gives those who can read it correctly a deeper insight into what …

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New tools for computing protein-ligand dissociation rates and exploring dissociation mechanisms

3. November 2020

The length of time that a drug molecule spends bound to its protein target – its residence time – is an important determinant …

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The calculated tumor – how algorithms support the search for vaccines against cancer

25. September 2020

Malignant tumors are caused by genetic mutations. In so-called microsatellite unstable (MSI) tumors, an important repair system of the cell has …

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A difficult task: Phylogenetic analysis of SARS-CoV-2 data

13. August 2020

Computer scientists from HITS and KIT review the challenges for phylogenetic methods in analyzing the evolution of the corona virus: Large …

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Verification and post-processing of weather forecasts

20. July 2020

Fellowship term ends for Tilmann Gneiting as one of ECMWF’s first three Fellows CST group leader Tilmann Gneiting was appointed …

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Increasing knowledge about COVID-19

16. July 2020

The new “Task Force COVID-19” is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and aims to make it easier for experts …

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Getting health data into shape

16. July 2020

A multidisciplinary team is set to establish a research data infrastructure for personal health data in Germany: nfdi4health. The project – …

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ELIXIR facilitates development of COVID-19 Disease Map

18. May 2020

HITS researchers collaborate with ELIXIR Nodes to contribute to the development of a knowledgebase of SARS-CoV-2 virus host-pathogen interactions. Announced last …

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Supercomputing time for HITS research against Covid-19

18. May 2020

Rebecca Wade from the Molecular and Celullar Modeling (MCM) group at HITS was awarded 3,250,000 core hours on the Marconi cluster at …

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