HCI is an institution providing cutting-edge solutions for basic image analysis problems that arise in science and in industrial applications. It is a successful example of an "Industry on Campus" project.
The HGS MathComp provides a structured interdisciplinary research training program to promote the development of new and even more powerful methods of scientific computing and to carry this methodology into new scientific territories.
Scientific Software Center (SSC)
The SSC aims to advance the development, use and maintenance of research software within Heidelberg University. In addition to developing research software the SSC also trains researchers in best practices for research software use and development.
The Research Training Group is an Indian-German research network funded by the Indian Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and Heidelberg University (Germany). It aims at doctoral students enrolled and postdoctoral researchers as well as principal investigators conducting research in the fields of mathematics, informatics, biotechnology or related areas at leading Indian partner institutions and the Heidelberg University.
The Research Graduate School is an additional branch of doctoral projects in the specific field of image processing, supported by HGS MathComp, located at the Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing (HCI).
KoMSO aims at increasing the visibility of mathematics as an engine for innovation in today’s and tomorrow’s society in addition to exploring possibilities to entrench state-of-the-art mathematics as a new field of technology in industry and academia.
BIOMS aims to promote the use of modeling and simulation in the biosciences in order to achieve a quantitative understanding of biological processes, both on the molecular level and on the level of cells and tissues. BIOMS is part of the BIOQUANT initiative.
The EMMA program is an Erasmus Mundus cooperation window within the 7th EU framework, granted to provide a fresh link for university exchange between Europe and Asia.
The GC 850 was a collaboration of 13 research groups of the institutes of inorganic, organic and theoretical chemistry. It provided training for PhD students in molecular modeling.
Last Update: 03.12.2020 - 21:04