Trained as a physicist, historian of science and STS scholar, Rentetzi’s research focuses on nuclear diplomacy and gender in science and technology.
Drawing on a background in literary/cultural history, Bosserhoff assists Prof. Rentetzi and the ERC staff concerning publications, PR, and various research matters.
Patil examines how the IAEA mediated diverse techno-political interests to institutionalize global radiation safety governance in the post-Cold War years.
Nielsen works on the early development of radiation protection standards by the IAEA and the Agency’s cooperation with other international bodies.
Fedorova investigates the early relations between the IAEA and the Soviet-led Council for Mutual Economic Assistance.
Freris explores the political and diplomatic aspects of nuclear research and radiation protection policies in postwar Greece.
HRP-IAEA has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.
Grant Agreement number: 770548 — HRP-IAEA — ERC-2017-COG