Alexandra Baneu (PI) is a researcher trained in philosophy and philology. She holds a PhD in medieval philosophy, with a thesis on the influence of Duns Scotus and later Scotist thinkers on the Aureum sacrae theologiae rosarium of Pelbartus of Themeswar. In the past years she has worked in both fields, contributing to medieval philosophical research conducted within the Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy of the Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and to philological research dedicated to the Transylvanian School (19th century) at the “Sextil Pușcariu” Institute of Linguistics and Literary History of the Romanian Academy.

Alexander Baumgarten is a professor at the Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, where he teaches the history of medieval philosophy. He is the director of the Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy of the same university. He has published various studies, monographs, editions, translations and text commentaries of the works of ancient and medieval philosophers pertaining to the Greek and Latin tradition. He is the editor of the journal Chôra, revue d’études anciennes et médiévales since 1999 and the coordinator of the collection “Biblioteca Medievală” (“The Medieval Library”) from Polirom Publishing House since 2003.

Mihai Maga is an associate professor at the Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, where he teaches medieval political philosophy and other subjects related to the philosophy of the Middle Ages. He has published articles, critical editions, translations and books in English, French and Romanian, as well as participated in several projects involving medieval Latin manuscripts. His current research interests include the history of medieval political thought, medieval university discourses, digital humanities applied to medieval philosophical texts, commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, and medieval Latin paleography.

Florina Rodica Hariga is a researcher passionate about medieval philosophy. In 2015, she defended her PhD thesis, Cause of Evil in Bonaventure of Bagnoregio’s Philosophy, at the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iași, Romania. She has conducted the research project Why did Gioacchino da Fiore criticize Petrus Lombardus? The Reconstruction of a theologico-philosophical Debate on Trinity and Salvation and was also a team member in two other research projects: Twins in Medical, Philosophical and Theological Debates from Late Antiquity until the Middle Ages and Hierarchy and Analogy: a Metaphysical-Theological Inquiry. She obtained the DEEM (Diplôme Européen d’Études Médiévales) hosted by FIDEM (Féderation Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médievales) in 2020. Currently, she is the secretary of the International Society “Thomas Aquinas” (S.I.T.A.), Romanian Branch, and a member of the editorial board of scientific journals such as Hermeneia. Journal of Hermeneutics, Art Theory and Criticism and Meta. Research in Hermeneutics, Phenomenology, and Practical Philosophy.

Amelia-Maria Șooș is a postdoctoral researcher and associate teacher at Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, where she holds courses on the history of ancient and medieval philosophy. She worked in several research grants as project administrator. She published translations and studies in various topics, from Augustine’s philosophy to German idealism and Hungarian philosophy. She is the editor of the journal of the Transylvanian Hungarian Society of Philosophy (Többlet).

Anton Crișan holds a PhD in philosophy from the Babeș-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, with a thesis concerning Hegel’s legacy in Hans-Georg Gadamer’s hermeneutics. His area of research includes contemporary epistemology, philosophy of science and philosophical hermeneutics. He focuses primarily on the manner in which various aspects pertaining to the philosophical tradition (especially early modern and Hegelian themes) relate to issues of contemporary interest.

Lavinia Grijac is a PhD candidate in philosophy at Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, with a thesis on the perception of Roman history in Augustine’s De civitate Dei and medieval Augustinian tradition. She has worked in various other research projects pertaining to the domain of philosophy, such as The Rise of an Intellectual Elite in Central Europe: University of Vienna 1389-1450. She is a graduate of the DEEM (Diplôme Européen d’Etudes Médiévales) program (2019-2020) hosted by FIDEM (Féderation Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médievales) in Rome. She holds a master’s degree in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the same university. She is also a graphic artist, specializing in book illustration and graphic design, with a bachelor’s degree from the Art and Design University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Among other tasks, she is in charge with project NOTA’s visual design.

Alexandra Anisie is a graduate of the Faculty of Letters (Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania) and of the Masters program in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy at the same university. She obtained her PhD in Philology in 2013, with a thesis on the art of memory and the psychology of memory and imagination in Giordano Bruno. After her PhD she worked in several projects dedicated to the editing and study of philosophical and theological texts from the second half of the 14th century. Her research focused mainly on topics related to the theory of cognition (the object of propositional knowledge, the formation of concepts, the beatific vision, etc.).

Andrei Marinca is an associate professor at the Faculty of History and Philosophy of Babeș-Bolyai University (Cluj-Napoca, Romania), where he teaches Arabic, Medieval Arabic Philosophy, and the History of Medieval Universities. In addition to his B.A. and M.A. in Philosophy at the University of Babeș-Bolyai, he graduated with a degree in Arabic and Latin from the University of Bucharest. He defended his PhD thesis Debates on the Continuum in the Natural Philosophy of the XIVth Century in 2021. He was involved in several research projects and published Romanian translations of Latin philosophical texts, critical editions, articles in journals and edited volumes. His main research interests include medieval natural philosophy, Arabic philosophy, and the intellectual history of medieval universities.

Ioana Curuț is a researcher of medieval philosophy and intellectual history. She is currently an associate professor at Babeș-Bolyai University (Cluj-Napoca, Romania), where she teaches Classical Hebrew and Medieval Jewish Philosophy. She received her B.A. in Philosophy from the Babeș-Bolyai University, an M.A. in Medieval Philosophy from the same university, and a B.A. in Jewish Studies from the University of Bucharest. In 2021 she defended her Ph.D. thesis “Philosophy and Theology at the University of Vienna in the XVth Century: The Case of Thomas Ebendorfer”. She has collaborated to several research projects on medieval Latin manuscripts (Altavilla, THESIS-ERC, RISE and DEBATE-ERC). Her publications include critical editions of Latin texts, articles in international journals and Romanian translations of medieval philosophical texts. Her research interests center around the medieval intellectual legacy of Latin and Jewish culture and their encounters.

Vlad Ile is a postdoctoral researcher at Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Since 2021, he holds a PhD in philosophy granted by University of Tours and Babeș-Bolyai University for the thesis Peter of Spain’s Summulae logicales and the theory of supposition. Besides medieval logic and theories of language, he worked in different research projects dedicated to medieval political theories, anthropology, natural philosophy and medicine. His main interest lies in the 13th and 14th century handbooks and notebooks of logic.

Mădălina-Gabriela Pantea obtained her PhD in philosophy in 2021, with a thesis on the reception of Augustine in the Parisian university milieu of the 14th century, under the supervision of dr. Alexander Baumgarten. Before joining the NOTA project, she worked in the project Philosophy and Theology in Cistercian Commentaries on the Sentences. The Impact of the Cistercian Community on the University in Paris during the XIVth Century, coordinated by dr. Monica Brînzei, also she worked in the project The Rise of an Intellectual Elite in Central Europe: University of Vienna 1389-1450, coordinated by dr. Adinel Dincă at “George Barițiu”, Institute of History, Cluj-Napoca Branch of Romanian Academy. In the NOTA project she is editing texts that have as their central theme the matter of sin and predestination, also she collects information about medieval authors and their codices for the NOTA ERC Project Database.