ARCHIVES POINCARÉ (AHP), UNIVERSITY OF NANCY 2:
has recently discussed his PhD thesis where he developed a database to present a general picture of the French context of history and philosophy of sciences between 1870 and 1930. He is currently Postdoc research fellow in the ANR CIRMATH (Circulations des mathématiques dans et par les journaux: histoire, territoire et publics) directed by Ph. Nabonnand and H. Gispert. He has published on positivism and is now investigating the editorial practices of the Revue Philosophique de la France et de l’étranger (Tannery, Lalande, Calinon, Léchalas, Vandame, Riquier) and of the Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale(Couturat, Winter, Borel, Riquier, LeRoy, Milhaud, Ballue, Vailati, Vacca).
is Full Professor and founder of the Archives Poincaré and an expert of Poincaré’s philosophy. He published several studies on the relations between pragmatism and logic, but also made comparative research on the philosophy of Peano, Couturat, Enriques, Russell, Zermelo, Gonseth, Cavaillès and Lautman.
is a CNRS researcher affiliated to Archives Poincaré. His research areas include history of philosophy, logic, mathematics, informatics and Chinese thought. He is an expert of the philosophy of Jules Vuillemin, and investigated the architectonics of philosophical and axiomatic systems.
is Professor and Director of the Archives Poincaré at the University of Nancy 2 and is actually co-director with H. Gispert (GHDSO, Univ. Paris Sud) of the ANR Research Project CIRMATH (Circulations des mathématiques dans et par les journaux: histoire, territoire et publics). He has investigated Poincaré’s geometry and the social history of the diffusion of mathematical knowledge in 18th and 19th century journals.
is Assistant Professor at the Philosophy Department of the University of Heidelberg and member of the AHP. He has investigated Pragmatism, Neo-Kantianism, and edited Couturat’s Treatise of Algorithmic Logic. He is actually co-director with Anne-Françoise Schmid of the Archives Louis Couturat à Nancy and investigates the international reception of Couturat’s works.
LABORATOIRE PAUL PAINLEVÉ (UMR 8524), UNIVERSITÉ DE LILLE:
Full Professor of History of Mathematics at the University of Lille 1, is an expert of early 20th century mathematics, with special attention to its reception in France, to the projects of internationalization and to the involvement of Italian mathematicians in the war.
CHSPM – CENTRE D’HISTOIRE DES SYSTÈMES DE PENSÉE MODERNE (EA 1451), UNIVERSITÉ PARIS 1 SORBONNE:
Fréderic FRUTEAU DE LACLOS
is Assistant Professor at the Philosophy Department at the University of Paris 1 Sorbonne and member of the Centre d’histoire des systèmes de pensée moderne (EA 1451). He is an expert of the writings of Emile Meyerson and is interested in the relation between psychology and philosophy of science, especially in relation to constructivism, positivism and to French philosophy.
IHPST, INSTITUT D’HISTOIRE ET DE PHILOSOPHIE DES SCIENCES ET DES TECHNIQUES (UMR8590), UNIVERSITÉ PARIS 1 SORBONNE:
is Full Professor of Philosophy at the University of Paris 1 Sorbonne, member of the IHPST and actually director of the PICS Project Logic, computation, and normativity in collaboration with the Department of Philosophy of the Keio University in Japan. He is an expert of Carnap and of the philosophy of logic in the Vienna Circle and has edited several translations of Carnap’s writings into French.
LABORATOIRE DE PROBABILITÉS STATISTIQUES ET MODELISATION (LPSM), SORBONNE UNIVERSITE (PARIS)
is Assistant Professor in Mathematics at the Laboratoire de Probabilités, Statistiques et Modélisation at Sorbonne Université (Paris). In the first part of his career he was involved in mathematical research in probability theory (stochastic optimization) and then investigated the history of probability theory and the history of mathematics at the turn of the 20th Century, especially around World War One, with special attention to cultural and political implications, as well as to the French, Italian, Czech and Russian panorama (Poincaré, Borel, Volterra, Fréchet De Finetti, Hostinsky, Kolmogorov…).
CENTRE D’ARCHIVES DE PHILOSOPHIE, D’HISTOIRE ET D’ÉDITION DES SCIENCES (CAPHÉS UMS 2267), ECOLE NORMALE SUPÉRIEURE DE PARIS:
is the director of the Laboratoire disciplinaire Pensée des sciencesat the École normale supérieure (ENS) in Paris and has a long experience in interdisciplinary research and philosophy of science, having organized for more than 30 years seminars between mathematicians and philosophers at ENS. He has investigated Italian and French epistemology, including Enriques, Majorana, Bachelard, and Peano.
DÉPARTEMENT DE PHILOSOPHIE ET CENTRE DE RECHERCHES INTERDISCIPLINAIRES EN SCIENCES HUMAINES ET SOCIALES (CRISES), UNIVERSITÉ PAUL-VALÉRY MONTPELLIER 3:
is Full Professor in Philosophy at the University of Montpellier 3, and is an expert in French epistemology, but also in interdisciplinary and comparative studies that associate philosophy and the history of sciences (see for example his participation in the European Research Program The Philosophy of Science in a European Perspective, European Science Foundation ESF, 2008-2013). He investigated the influence of positivism, pragmatism, conventionalism and logicism on the philosophy of science in France and in the Vienna Circle.
LABORATOIRE MATHÉMATIQUES ET INTERACTIONS À NICE (UMR 7351), UNIVERSITÉ DE NICE SOPHIA-ANTIPOLIS:
is a CNRS Senior Researcher (Directeur de Recherche) in Mathematics, and is an expert both in mathematics and in the history and philosophy of mathematics. He deeply investigated structuralism as well as the writings of Couturat and Carnap, and is interested in Leibniz’s philosophy and in the ideal of the unity of science.
INSTITUT DE MATHÉMATIQUES DE MARSEILLE I2M (UMR7373), UNIVERSITÉ AIX MARSEILLE:
is Assistant Professor in Mathematics at the Mathematical Institute of the Aix-Marseille University and a member of the Research Group on Geometry, Dynamics, Arithmetics, Combinatory and their interactions (GDAC). He is interested in complex and p-adic dynamical systems and their interactions with number theory and geometry, in the history of mathematics, and in the interdisciplinary approach to mathematical research and education.
CENTRE EUROPÉEN DES ÉTUDES RÉPUBLICAINES, UNIVERSITÉ PARIS SCIENCES ET LETTRES:
is doing research at the European Centre for Republican Studies of the PSL Research University in Paris. His main research areas concern socio-cultural history, philosophy and sociology of late nineteenth and early twentieth century France, with special attention to the role of intellectuals in the Third Republic, and to the history of reviews and associations (Revue de métaphysique et de morale, Société française de philosophie).