Peter Schöttler was educated in Bochum and Paris and from 1989 to 2015 served as Directeur de Recherche of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris, the French equivalent to the Max Planck Society. Since 2001 he has been teaching as an Adjunct Professor at the Free University of Berlin.
Juan-Andres Leon trained as a physicist and a historian before doing a PhD in the History of Science. His work looks at the role of science as world transforming practice, political ideology and personal habitus.
Luisa Bonolis’ main research interests are in the history of 20th century physics, particularly the evolution of cosmic ray research into astroparticle physics, the birth of high-energy astrophysics and relativistic astrophysics, the emergence of collider physics in Europe, and internationalism in European physics during the 1930s.
Roberto Lalli is a historian of modern physical sciences whose work focuses on the interconnections between social and epistemic factors in the production and circulation of novel products in theoretical physics and in the international standardization of scientific practices during the 20th century.
Ariane Leendertz is a Guest Scholar in the research programm
Hanoch Gutfreund is a Guest Scholar in the research programm
Mitchell Ash is a Guest Scholar in the research programm
Manfred D. Laubichler is President’s Professor of Theoretical Biology and History of Biology at Arizona State University and a Professor at the Santa Fe Institute. Within the GMPG project Laubichler is focused on the role of the MPG within the development and differentiation of the life sciences, including international comparisons.
Carola Sachse ist Professorin (i.R.) am Institut für Zeitgeschichte der Universität Wien. Ihre Forschungsschwerpunkte liegen im Bereich der Wissenschafts- und Geschlechtergeschichte im 20. Jahrhundert. Im Rahmen des GMPG Projekts beschäftigt sie sich mit der Geschichte der Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs.