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2022 Theme: Embodied (re)enchantment

2022 Theme: Embodied (re)enchantment

As we gathered in December 2021 to tune in and look ahead, we discussed what currently took up space for us and what we hoped to use time on in 2022. As we often have found, our preoccupations, desires, and reflections interlinked in interesting ways. Brainstorming...

Repopulating our virtual meeting space

Repopulating our virtual meeting space

Opening hours are now virtual so we better can take care of each other in these times of high corona transmission. You find us here in a virtual meeting space. The Lab has regular opening hours throughout the semester on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 to 14, allowing...

Jasmin Shokoui is Interning this Fall

Jasmin Shokoui is Interning this Fall

  ETHOS Lab has the joy of hosting Jasmin Shokoui this fall who will be doing her academic internship with us. She is a student from Munich Center for Technology in Society (MCTS) at the Technical University of Munich and the master’s program...

Adam Veng joins ETHOS’ Community

Adam Veng joins ETHOS’ Community

ETHOS Lab welcomes Adam Veng, who has just taken on a position as RA in the project Democratic Innovations in a Green Transition. He will join ETHOS' research community and continue the tradition of working with mapping and critical thinking.   Here he gives an...

Python Study Group – Autumn 2021

Python Study Group – Autumn 2021

The popular study group hosted by ETHOS Lab will once again return to ITU! The purpose of the study group is to gather a community of people interested in learning the programming language Python. It doesn’t matter if you are a newbie or programming wizard. Everyone...

2021: Limits

2021: Limits Letter from Heads of Lab By Marisa Cohn & Rachel Douglas-Jones Happy New Year, ETHOS people. As we look into 2021 with trepidation, we want to spend some time reflecting on 2020 in this New Year’s letter. Our ETHOSLab theme of 2020 was Deep Time. We...

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