Monthly Archives: June 2014

‘This Is Some Spooky Shit We Got Here: Strange Topologics in David Lynch’s Lost Highway?

The special guest of our next event will be Bernd Herzogenrath, who’s going to push forward our discussion of topological figures with the help of David Lynch’s Lost Highway. Please note that the meeting will take place on Tuesday the 17th … Continue reading

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Epigenetics, big data and politics

Our special guest this week is Emmanuel Didier, with the help of whom we’ll return to the topologies of databases. The title of his talk (jointly organised by us, Thomas Lemke’s research group, and the Knowledge, Technology, Environment section of … Continue reading

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