Professor Mike Berger conducts theoretical studies over a broad range of topics that include supersymmetry, cosmology, collider phenomenology, and black hole physics.
Professor Charles Horowitz’s research explores dense nuclear matter both in the laboratory and in astrophysics. He studies neutron stars and their gravitational wave, neutrino, and electromagnetic radiations.
Distinguished Professor Alan Kostelecky is a leading authority in the study of Lorentz and CPT symmetries and their potential violations. His work in gravitational physics includes publications on general relativity, modified gravity, supergravity, and string theory, and it has triggered many new experimental analyses ranging from tests of short-range gravity to gravitational waves.