Ekaterina Babintseva is a PhD Candidate in History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania (USA). She is currently finishing a dissertation entitled "Cyberdreams of the Information Age: Learning with Machines in the Cold War United States and Soviet Union,” which examines how computers were made to cultivate, harness, and manage human minds during the Cold War. Ekaterina's research was supported by the Charles Babbage Institute, the Consortium for the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, the History of Science Society, the Society for the History of Technology, and the Special Interest Group for Computing, Information, and Society. She was also offered funding from the IEEE History Center and the National Academy of Education. Before coming to Penn, Ekaterina completed a Master's program in Gender Studies at Central European University in Budapest (Hungary).