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  • project
    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-11-FRAL-0013
    Funder Contribution: 240,000 EUR
    Partners: University of Tuebingen, CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE - DELEGATION REGIONALE MIDI-PYRENEES

    The aim of the project is to contribute to the understanding of the economic, social and technological development of the West Hallstatt Culture (8th -5th centuries BC) through the study of the production and consumption of gold objects. This culture of the Early Iron A...

  • project
    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-21-FAI1-0002
    Funder Contribution: 207,088 EUR
    Partners: University of Tuebingen, Cordelia Schmid

    Predicting future video content is a challenging problem with high potential impact in downstream tasks such as self-driving cars and robotics, but also much promise for the learning process itself, from self-supervised learning to data augmentation. Existing approaches...

  • project
    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-18-CE92-0044
    Funder Contribution: 452,312 EUR
    Partners: Laboratoire J.L. Lagrange OCA/CNRS/UNS, University of Tuebingen

    As of today over 2600 exoplanetary systems that contain over 3500 planets have been discovered. The debiased observations show that the most abundant planets are Super-Earths (planets with 1-20 Earth masses) with orbital periods shorter than 100 days, followed by giant ...

  • project
    Funder: ANR Project Code: ANR-18-CE92-0029
    Funder Contribution: 75,459.6 EUR
    Partners: Institut de Paléoprimatologie, Paléontologie Humaine : Evolution et Paléoenvirennements, University of Tuebingen

    During the Cenozoic, Myanmar has been a key area for mammalian evolution, this region having seen the emergence and diversification of several major groups of eutherian mammals such as anthropoid primates as well as ruminant and hippopotamoid cetartiodactyls. While a ve...

  • project . 2018 - 2023
    Funder: WT Project Code: 210585
    Funder Contribution: 3,200,000 GBP
    Open Access mandate for Publications
    Partners: University of Tuebingen, University College London

    Background: Over 1,800 autosomal recessive (AR) Mendelian-disease genes have been identified. Missense mutations account for 59% of protein coding region mutations, yet their precise functional effects remain largely uncharacterized. Two important questions in human gen...

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