Wolfgang Ernst is Full professor for Media Theories at the Institute of Musicology and Media Studies, Humboldt-University, Berlin. He studied history, Latin philology, and (partially) classical archaeology, did his Ph.D. thesis on historicism and museology and habilitation on the technical and symbolic infrastructures of national memory. He has had teaching experience and guest professorships at several universities (Kassel, Leipzig, Cologne, Weimar, Bochum, Paderborn). Other publications in English: Digital Memory and the Archive (2013); Sonic Time Machines (forthcoming 2016); Chronopoetics (forthcoming 2016). Current research fields: time-based and time-critical media processes; implicit "sonicity" in techno-mathematical media; experimenting the writing of media time in non-historiographic ways.