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Welcome to Taraneh Javanbakht's Official Website

Academic Researcher and Lecturer,
Theorist of sciences, philosophy, literature,
arts and human rights,
Scientist,  Philosopher, Painter, Sculptor, Composer, Novelist, Short Story Writer,  Playwright, Scenarist, Poet, Translator, Critic, Peer-reviewer, Editor,  Photographer, Women's Movement and Human Rights Activist, President and  Founder of the World Women Association

Peer-reviewer of scientific and philosophical journals such as

Master's (M.A.) in philosophy, thesis in philosophy, University of Quebec in Montreal (2013-2016)
Propaedeutics in philosophy, University of Quebec in Montreal (2011-2013)
Postdoc in nanotechnology, surface physics and biomedical engineering, Polytechnic of Montreal (2011-2012)
Master's (M.Sc.) in molecular biology, thesis in biology, University of Quebec in Montreal (2008-2011)
Ph.D. in physical chemistry, thesis in chemistry, Pierre and Marie Curie University (1998-2002)
Master's (D.E.A.) in physical chemistry, thesis in physics, Pierre and Marie Curie University (1997-1998)
B.Sc. in pure chemistry, Shahid Beheshti University (1992-1996)

The reviews on Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht's works were published in the media. The pdf version of journals and newspapers including reviews on her works are available herehere, here, here, here, here and here.

Her biography has been published in books, encyclopedias, news agencies, journals and magazines. The lists of her published biography are available here and here.

Women should become polymaths in order to overcome social, political, cultural and economic problems on the planet. Polymath women can encourage men to become polymaths. They should become alive encyclopedias with expertise in all the fields of knowledge.

On this site you can find Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht's innovations and creations. This website contains her works and innovations in different fields (sciences, engineering, philosophy, literature, arts, human rights, ...). You can find her works in different languages. You can explore published texts, photos, handwritten documents and audiovisual materials representing Taraneh's life-work. Her works and innovations are in various fields such as sciences, engineering, philosophy, literature, arts, women's movement and human rights. She is a pioneer in giving new perspectives to human life. On this site, you can also find links to the organizations and the magazines related to Taraneh's cultural activities, the critics and the reviews on her works which have been published in the media and her interviews with radios, televisions, news agencies and magazines. 

She has decided to become a different person since her childhood in order to refute the false belief that becoming an expert in different fields is not possible. Over the years of living abroad, she has devoted her life for her goals and dreams. Having lived in different continents, she has learned to adapt to new situations, use time efficiently and develop her talents for multidisciplinary achievements.

Dr. Taraneh Javanbakht proposed DECONSEM, a new concept that means creating and presenting original works in all the fields of knowledge. A DECONSEM is  neither a CONference nor a SEMinar. It is a unique style of presenting  the creative works in several fields during several days. DONCESM is the deconstruction of the concepts of CONference and SEMinar. She presented the first and second DECONSEMs of the world, including her works in sciences, engineering, philosophy, arts,  literature, women's movement and human rights, in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Montreal (UdeM), the Departments of Informatics, Chemistry and Philosophy at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM) and the Department of Mechanical Engineeing at the Ecole de Technologie Superieure in 2015, 2017 and 2018. The ideal  situation will occur when all the  lecturers in international meetings will present DECONSEMs, each person  during several days. The very ideal situation will occur when the DECONSEMs  will replace the congresses. The polymathy will make the DECONSEMs possible. Multidisciplinarity and DECONSEMs will make a RENAISSANCE in the  lifestyle of human beings. She wishes that DECONSEMs will be presented,  rather than conferences or seminars, in the future. Nowadays, the human knowledge needs the specialization in different academic fields. Nevertheless, she has proved that presenting DECONSEMs is possible and it is a nice challenge that can be overcomed.

As the president of the World Women Association, she has been engaged to encourage the (wo)men around the world to use their motivations and talents to become more productive and successful. The content of this site is to reveal Taraneh's aim of increasing the human enthusiasm, self-confidence, knowledge and responsibility on the planet. 





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