In the Media
By Sabine Schmidtke
Faculty and Members
Does Hilbert’s hotel (a hotel with infinitely many rooms) ever fail to accommodate new guests? Is there an infinity that is too large for Hilbert’s hotel?
Why does the equation that describes the average motion of water molecules also govern the ripples of spacetime?
What makes a digital Ottoman project different from other digital projects, and why isn’t it a straightforward endeavor but rather one that will probably take several years to develop successfully?
Unlike codes, which are fixed and stable, moral economies permit us to grasp the changes in time and the appropriations by agents: norms and values are not simply imposed upon them.