Taraneh Javanbakht (birth name: Taraneh Djavanbakht Samani) was born in 1974 in Iran. She did her studies at the primary and secondary schools in Tehran. She received her bachelor's degree (BSc) in chemistry from the Shahid Beheshti University in 1996 and went to Paris in 1997 to complete her studies. She earned her first master's degree (Master of Advanced Studies) in physical chemistry from the Pierre and Marie Curie University in 1998. Her first master's thesis was in physics (optics). Then, she earned her first PhD degree in physical chemistry from the same university in 2002. She carried out her postdoctoral studies in nanotechnology and engineering at École Polytechnique de Montréal in 2011. She received her second master's degree (MSc) in molecular biology from the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) in 2011. She received her third master's degree (M.A.) in philosophy from UQAM in 2016.
Taraneh Javanbakht has worked as a researcher and lecturer at the École Polytechnique de Montréal since 2011 and the University of Montreal since 2014. Her works are in physics, chemistry, biology, nanotechnology, engineering, cognitive science, philosophy, literature, arts and human rights.
The critics on the works of Taraneh Javanbakht were published by Etemad Melli newspaper, Forough magazine Peyvand magazine, Vazna magazine, Roozan newspaper and Mardomsalari newspaper. Her biography and works in sciences, philosophy, literature, arts and human rights were published by the media such as Shargh newspaper, Jamejam newspaper, Kayhan newspaper, Etemad newspaper, Hamshahri newspaper, Mehr News Agency, Iranian Students News Agency, Kayhan of London, Gooyanews and Radio Zamaneh.
Taraneh Javanbakht's scientific papers were published in journals in United States, Canada and France. Some of her papers were published in PLOS One, Journal de Physique, Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, Applied Surface Science, Canadian Journal of Chemistry, Journal of Nanoparticle Research, Materials Science and Engineering and Journal of Biological Chemistry.Her research works include a variety of themes, such as thermal stability of mirrors when exposed to the synchrotron radiation, stabilization of antisense oligonucleotides, molecular cloning and regulation of gene expression, biomedical effects and hemocompatibility of biomaterials, surface properties of chemicals physicochemical characterization and analysis of microelectrode arrays and bactericidal properties of nanomaterials.
Taraneh Javanbakht's works are in several branches of philosophy. Her philosophical writings, netism, including her theories in metaphysics, analytical philosophy, ethics and political philosophy, was published in the Journal of New Philosophy, the College Student Journal of Tabatabai University in Iran in 2011 and 2012 and as her dissertation in the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) in 2016. Some other parts of netism, including the aesthetics and epistemology, were republished by the Center for the Great Islamic Encyclopedia in 2016.
The genealogy, according to netism, has three steps: 1. The Being tendential of itself, which is the universe, 2. The being tendential of himself that is the human being in his first step of existence, and 3. The being detendential of himself that is the human being in his second step of existence, who reduces continuously the tendencies of repetition in his life.
Her theory in cognitive science, the demarcator theory, is in opposition with the prototype theory and exemplar theory. The demarcator theory was published by the Université du Québec à Montréal in 2016. This theory explains why, when and how human beings distinguish or confound the categories of concepts. She formalized this theory by the combination of non-classical logics.
She introduced and developed the tendential logic, a new logic with applications in sciences, philosophy, literature, arts and social movements. The tendential logic and its applications were published by the Université du Québec à Montréal in 2016. Her works on different models showed that the combination of the tendential logic with the other non-classical logics, such as fuzzy logic and modal logic, is appropriate to model the human cognitive disorders.Her other philosophical articles were republished by the Tebyan Cultural Institute in 2008, the Iranian Students News Agency in 2004 and the National Content Consortium in 2013.
Taraneh Javanbakht writes poems in English, French, German, Russian, Azari, Arabic and Persian. Her poem book in these languages was published by Arvin Press in Iran in 2005. Her nine poem books and two short story books were published in Iran. Her articles in literary criticism were published in the literary magazines and newspapers. Her three translation books entitled Man Az Derakhte Zaman Haft Miveh Chideham, Sarab and Gozideh Ashare Jahan were published in 2005 in Iran.
Taraneh Javanbakht's acrylic and oil paintings and her clay sculptures are in different styles such as realism, surrealism and abstract art. She composes music for piano and guitar. Her music book entitled Eshghe Shirin contains classical music and modern music. Her plays and scenarios are found in her book entitled Marathon to the power of tomorrow.
Her articles in women's movement and human rights were also published by Gooyanews and the Committee of human rights reporters. Her memoirs about some social events were published in her articles.
The organizations and institutions in United States, Europe and Iran republished Taraneh Javanbakht's works. Some of her republished works are as follows:
- Taraneh Javanbakht's republished work by the Royal Society of Chemistry
- Taraneh Javanbakht's republished work by the National Center for Biotechnology Information
- Taraneh Javanbakht's republished work by the Springer Publishing
- Taraneh Javanbakht's republished work by John Wiley & Sons
- Taraneh Javanbakht's republished work by the National Content Consortium
- Taraneh Javanbakht's republished work by the Tebyan Cultural Institute
- Taraneh Javanbakht's republished work by the Committee of human rights reporters
- Taraneh Javanbakht's republished work by the Center for the Great Islamic Encyclopedia
Taraneh Javanbakht is the founder and president of the World Women Association. She is a member of the Minkowski institute. She has also been a member of the Research Group of Science and Biomedical Technology at the École Polytechnique de Montréal since 2011.