Exhibition catalogue about Marie Luise Gothein: Now online on heiBOOKS
Marie Luise Gotheins not only composed the standard work on the history of garden and landscape art ("Geschichte der Gartenkunst", 1914), the female scholar also became known through her English and cultural-historical studies. Among other things, the catalog "Es ist schon eine wunderbare Zeit, die ich jetzt lebe" includes letters and texts by Max and Marianne Weber and Edgar Salin and presents Gothein's life, work and travels in an overall view.
New publication: Sigrid Böge, Orthogonale Gruppen und der Satz von Minkowski-Siegel
Orthogonale Gruppen und der Satz von Minkowski-Siegel arose from a course Sigrid Böge gave during the winter term 2016/17 at the University of Heidelberg. In Orthogonale Gruppen Böge accomplishes to show that the formula of Minkowski-Siegel in Siegel‘s paper from 1935 is equivalent to the statement that the Tamagawa number of the orthogonal group 2, which is proven here in detail for the first time.
New on heiBOOKS: Die Zukunft im Blick. 150 Jahre Universitäts-Augenklinik Heidelberg
Die Zukunft im Blick. 150 Jahre Universitäts-Augenklinik Heidelberg by Gerd Uwe Auffarth (ed.) and Frank Krogmann illuminates the eventful history of Universitäts-Augenklinik Heidelberg, where countless students, doctoral candidates, teaching assistants and professors have been learning as well as teaching ophthalmology from its inauguration in 1868 to the present day.
Open Access Week @UniHeidelberg: 22.10.18-26.10.18
If you are interested in publishing open access come visit us at the International Open Access Week from October 22nd - October 26th in the "Handschriftenlesesaal" of the University Library Heidelberg (starting at 1 pm)!
New on heiBooks: Sara Springfeld, Modi di cantar sonetti
In the volume Modi di cantar sonetti the musicologist Sara Springfeld concentrates on Italian sonnets from Francesco Petrarca to Giambattista Marino, which became popular text sources for the Frottola, the Madrigal and accompanied solo song in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
New: Heidelberger Physiker berichten, vol. 4 and 5
Volumes 4 and 5 are the last volumes of the series “Heidelberger Physiker berichten”. While the focus of the fourth volume lies on important applications that have been derived from Physics, the fifth volume is a detailed documentation of the entire spectrum of its practice in Heidelberg. The documentation ranges from the largest dimensions of our cosmos to its fundamental elementary particles. From the greatest energies of powerful accelerators to the smallest energies of ultracold neutrons. And lastly, from the seemingly simple systems of the nucleon to the most complex systems of our environment and the human brain.
The service heiBOOKS provides researchers at Heidelberg University with the opportunity to publish e-books in Open Access. The University Library hosts the open source software Open Monograph Press (OMP), provides support with the production of the e-book, guarantees long term availability and ensures the greatest possible visibility.