The Project Team
Professor Gerd Graßhoff
Faculty of Philosophy, Chair in History of Ancient Science, Humboldt University Berlin.
Director of the Excellence Cluster Topoi
Born 1957 in Moers, university studies of physics, mathematics, philosophy, and history of science in Bochum, Hamburg, Oxford. Academic positions at the Institute for Advanced Studies Princeton, University of Hamburg, MPI for History of Science Berlin. From 1999 to 2010 full professor for history and philosophy of science at the University of Bern.
Since October 2010 full professor for History of Ancient Science at the Humboldt University Berlin. Scholarly fields cover the history of ancient science from Babylonian astronomy to the scientific revolution, methods of scientific discovery and methodology of causal reasoning.
Dr. des. Christian Berndt (Humbold University Berlin)
Humbold University Berlin
University studies of art history, comparative literature and history of science in Berlin and Bern.
Member of the Pantheon Project since March 2008.
PhD in 2010 for a study on the epistemic implications of digital research methods in the humanities.
Current research interests: Epistemology of architecture and epistemic implications of digital research methods and digital publishing.
Professor Michael Heinzelmann
Institute of Archaeology/Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Bern
Professor Markus Wäfler
Institute of Archaeology/Middle Eastern Archaeology, University of Bern
Dr. des Jon Albers
Institute of Archaeology, University of Bonn
Dr Oskar Kaelin
University of Bern, Switzerland, Institute of Archaeology/Middle Eastern Archaeology
Dr Bernd Kulawik
University of Bern
Ralph Rosenbauer M.A., Institute of Archaeology/Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Bern
Dipl-Ing Nikolaos Theocharis
Faculty of Humanities, University of Bern
Michael Lustenberger M Sci (Philosophy and Computer Science)
Karman Center for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Bern