Amy Dahan's work focuses on the history of mathematics, algebra, and mathematical physics, the role of science during World War II and the Cold War, the role of women in science, and the interactions of mathematics with other disciplines.
Amy Dahan is a mathematician and historian of science, and director of research at CNRS.
Amy Dahan’s work focuses on the history of mathematics, algebra, and mathematical physics, the role of science during World War II and the Cold War, the role of women in science, and the interactions of mathematics with other disciplines.
Her work over the past twenty years has focused on modeling, deterministic chaos studies, and disorder science. Amy Dahan is the director of a team at the Alexandre Koyré Center of the CNRS working on political, scientific, and epistemological aspects of climate change. She has participated in writing and publishing several observation reports from international climate conferences.
Amy Dahan has previously taught at the University of Amiens, the Ecole Polytechnique, the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales and the Université Libre de Bruxelles. She is a graduate of the University of Paris-XIII, where she obtained a doctorate in mathematics.
How China’s Position Has Evolved in the COPs and on the Global Climate Geopolitical Stage
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China’s Ecological Power: Analysis, Critiques, and Perspectives
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