Ana Millán Gasca is associate professor of Mathematics at the Department of Education of Roma Tre University. She has been managing editor of Llull (Journal of the Spanish Society for the History of Science and Technology) and is corresponding member of the Académie International d’Histoire des Sciences. Her research subjects are the history of applied mathematics, the role of scientific and technological knowledge and of scientific communities in processes of modernization, and historical aspects of elementary mathematics and its teaching. She is the author of Numeri e forme. Didattica della matematica con i bambini (Zanichelli, 2016), Fabbriche, sistemi, organizzazioni. Storia dell’ingegneria industriale (Springer, 2006), All'inizio fu lo scriba. Piccola storia della matematica come strumento di conoscenza (2a. ed., Mimesis, 2004) and Euclide. La fuerza del razonamiento matemático (Madrid, Nivola, 2004). With Giorgio Israel she has written Pensare in matematica (Bologna, Zanichelli, 2012), The world as a mathematical game. John von Neumann and twentieth century science (Birkhäuser. 2009) and The biology of numbers (Birkhäuser, 2002). She is the chair of the research seminar in history & epistemology of mathematics and mathematics education "F. Enriques" and the director of the Primary Mathematics Education Workshop.