Ana Simões (Vice-Coordenadora)

Professora Catedrática
Departamento de História e Filosofia das Ciências, FCUL

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Interesses de investigação

  • História das Ciências Físicas nos séculos XIX e XX;
  • História da Química Quântica;
  • História das Ciências em Portugal, séculos XVIII-XX;
  • História das Ciências na Periferia Europeia;
  • Historia da Popularização das Ciências;
  • História das Universidades.

Projectos a decorrer

Coordenação
Participação
  • Engineering the Anthropocene: Colonial Science, Technology and Medicine and the changing of the African landscape. ANTHROPOLANDS - PTDC/IVCHFC/6789/2014.

Publicações (selecção)

  1. Theodore Arabatzis, Jürgen Renn, Ana Simões, eds., Relocating the History of Science. Volume in Honor of Kostas Gavroglu (Springer: Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science, 2015).
  2. Ana Simões, Maria Paula Diogo, Kostas Gavroglu, eds. Sciences in the Universities of Europe, 19th and 20th centuries. Academic Landscapes (Springer: Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science, 2015).
  3. Ana Simões, Ana Carneiro, Maria Paula Diogo, Luís Miguel Carolino, Teresa Salomé Mota, Uma história da Faculdade de Ciências de Lisboa (1911-1974), (2013).
  4. Ana Simões, ed., Communicating Science, Technology and Medicine, HoST, 6 (2012).
  5. Kostas Gavroglu, Ana Simões, Neither physics nor chemistry. A history of quantum chemistry (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2012, second reprinting 2014). 
  6. Ana Simões, Maria Paula Diogo, Ana Carneiro, Citizen of the world. A scientific biography of Abbé Correia da Serra (Berkeley: Institute for Governmental Studies, forthcoming 2012).
  7. Pedro M.P. Raposo, Ana Simões, Manolis Patiniotis, José Ramon BertomeuSánchez, “Moving Localities, and Creative Circulation: Travels as Knowledge Production in 18th century Europe,” Centaurus, 56 (2014), 167-188.
  8. Ana Simões, Luís Miguel Carolino, “The Portuguese astronomer Melo e Simas (1870-1934). Republican ideals and popularization of science”, Science in Context, 27(1) (2014), 49-77.
  9. Ana Simões, Kostas Gavroglu, “P.-O. Löwdin and the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry. A kaleidoscopic agenda for quantum chemistry,” International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, 114(2) (2014), 116-27.
  10. Ana Carneiro, Ana Simões, Maria Paula Diogo, Teresa Salomé Mota, “Geology and religion in Portugal”, Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 67(4) (2013), 331-54.

Participação em Sociedades Científicas e outras Instituições (seleção)

  • Advisory Board of series Boston Studies for the Philosophy of Science.
  • Scientific Advisory Board of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG), 2012-2017.
  • Advisory Board of MPIWG Research library for the history and development of knowledge (Open Access Activity), since 2010
  • European Society for the History of Science: Membro desde a sua fundação em 2004 e membro do Scientific Comittee desde 2012.
  • Grupo Internacional STEP-Science and Technology in the European Peripheries: Membro Fundador (1999).
  • Advisory Board of the Commission on the History of Modern Chemistry (CHMC), International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science/ Division of History of Science (IUHPS/DHS): Membro desde 1998.
  • Membro do Conselho Diretivo of the Section on the History of Physics, European Physical Society: Membro desde 1997.
  • Membro do Conselho Diretivo da International Academy for the History of Science, since 2012.
  • Membro do Conselho Diretivo da International Commission for the History of Universities (ICHU), 2009-2015.