California Institute of Technology
Einstein Papers Project

Who We Are


Current Editors & Staff

Our international scholars and support staff collect, transcribe, annotate, and publish The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein.

, Director & General Editor, Professor of History at Caltech. A historian of modern physical science, she serves as co-editor of the documentary edition, and has overall responsibility for the running of the project, fundraising, and the English language translation project.

, Senior Editor & Assistant Director, past Curator of the Albert Einstein Archives, Jerusalem. Archivist and historian, he is working on the materials pertaining to Einstein's family correspondence and to Jewish and political issues.

Dennis Lehmkuhl, Scientific Editor and Research Assistant Professor in History and Philosophy of Science at Caltech. He works on the scientific annotation, especially on relativistic materials and unified field theory.

, Administrative & Editorial Assistant, Office manager. Assists in editorial processes.

, Research Project Administrative & Editorial Assistant. Assists in all administrative and editorial processes.

, IT Manager. Software engineer and literary historian, he is responsible for the technical infrastructure of the project and assists in production work.

, Senior Editor and Visiting Associate in History. Historian of science, he is mainly occupied with annotating Einstein's correspondence and various scientific writings.

, Assistant Editor, is engaged in editorial processes, research and translations, and is responsible for accessions and cataloging.

, Scientific Editor and Assistant Professor of Physics at the University of Arkansas. Physicist and historian of science specializing in gravitational waves, he works on the scientific annotation of relativistic materials.

, Senior Editor and Visiting Associate in History, Emeritus Professor at the University of Amsterdam. A historian of physics, he has been co-editor of Volumes 3-13.

, Editorial and Research Assistant, carries out archival and library research.

, Associate Editor and Visiting Researcher, is Emeritus Professor of Physics, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and assists in scientific research.

Ann M. Hentschel, Translator

Klaus Hentschel, Scientific Advisor and Consultant for English translation volumes. Historian of Science and Technology, Professor at the University of Stuttgart.

Research and IT Assistants

Melissa Büttner (LMU Munich), Eleonora Jacoby (Konstanz), Mara Julseth (Humboldt University, Berlin), Jeremy Schneider (LMU Munich), Claus Spenninger (LMU Munich)