The Software Heritage initiative is building an archive of software source code. It aims to preserve and share all software that is publicly available in source code form and provides unique identifiers. More than five billion files from more than 88 million projects are available up to now.
The Software Heritage was founded by the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation Inria. The UNESCO supports the project and some private companies funds it.
Find out more in our introductory courses to the library’s electronic information resources.
Dates in February
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 – 3 pm
The lessons will be held in the FHI library. Please make an appointment for one of the dates and inform us about your focus of interest. In addition, individual appointments are possible.
Langenscheidt has relaunched its online dictionaries. Now the dictionaries are available at
We have access to the following dictionaries:
- a set of bilingual concise and technical dictionaries (German – foreign language)
- some titles of the Duden series
- dictionary ‘Deutsch als Fremdsprache’
- pocket dictionary English – Chinese
Two researchers from the Fritz Haber Institute belong to the most cited researchers worldwide. Robert Schlögl and Matthias Scheffler are among the world’s most highly cited researchers in 2018.
Highly cited means publications that belong to the 1% top cited in their field in the year in which they were published and ranked in Web of Science.
This new title is available in the library now:
Ivan Stranski : the grandmaster of crystal growth by Ivan Vesselinov Markov (70 K 147).
You can find it in the library’s new acquisition section.
More new books:
|Lin, Thomas [Ed.]
||Alice and Bob meet the wall of fire
||4 A 72
|Wu, Guozhen [Auth.]
||24 B 57