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  • N. Peter Armitage

    Professor

    PhD, Stanford University
  • Jonathan A. Bagger

    Research Professor

    PhD, Princeton
    • 604-222-7353
    • bagger@jhu.edu
    • offsite
    • Research Interests: Particle theory; theory and phenomenology of supersymmetry, supergravity, and superstrings
  • Ibrahima Bah

    Assistant Professor

    PhD, University of Michigan
    • 410-516-4122
    • Iboubah@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 463
    • Research Interests: Theoretical high-energy physics and cosmology, string theory, supergravity, quantum field theory, and holography
  • Bruce Barnett

    Academy Professor

    PhD, University of Maryland
    • 410-516-7382
    • bab@jhu.edu
    • Research Interests: Experimental high energy physics; hadron colliders
  • Charles L. Bennett

    Bloomberg Distinguished Professor
    Alumni Centennial Professor of Physics and Astronomy
    Gilman Scholar

    PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • 410-516-6177
    • cbennett@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 209
    • Research Interests: Experimental astrophysics; cosmology; radio/submillimeter/infrared astronomy; astronomical instrumentation
  • Emanuele Berti

    Professor

    PhD, University of Rome
  • Luciana Bianchi

    Research Professor

    PhD, University of Padua
    • 410-516-4009
    • lbianch1@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 407
    • Research Interests: Observational Astrophysics; hot stars; stellar populations in nearby galaxies; Ultraviolet space instrumentation; surveys
  • William Blair

    Research Professor

    PhD, University of Michigan
    • 410-516-8447
    • wblair@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 149
    • Research Interests: Experimental astrophysics; supernova remnants; cataclysmic variable stars
  • Barry J. Blumenfeld

    Professor

    PhD, Columbia University
    • 410-516-7358
    • bjb@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 425
    • Research Interests: Experimental high-energy physics; neutrino physics, hadron colliders
  • Collin L. Broholm

    Gerhard H. Dieke Professor

    PhD, University of Copenhagen
    • 410-516-7840
    • broholm@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 345
    • Research Interests: Experimental condensed matter physics, using neutron scattering
  • Brian Camley

    Assistant Professor

    PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara
    • 410-516-7683
    • bcamley@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 243
    • Group/Lab Website
    • Research Interests: Soft matter in cell biology; Physics of cell motility and sensing; collective motion
  • Chia-Ling Chien

    Jacob L. Hain Professor

    PhD, Carnegie-Mellon University
  • Natalia Drichko

    Associate Research Professor

    PhD, Iofee Physico-Technical Institute
  • Paul D. Feldman

    Research Professor

    PhD, Columbia University
    • pfeldman@jhu.edu
    • Research Interests: Experimental astrophysics; spectroscopy; space physics; planetary and cometary atmospheres
  • Michael Finkenthal

    Research Professor

    PhD, Hebrew University
    • 410-516-8588
    • mfinken1@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 117
    • Research Interests: Experimental plasma physics
  • Holland Ford

    Research Professor

    PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
    • 410-516-5326
    • hford@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 217
    • Research Interests: Experimental astrophysics; stellar dynamics, stellar populations, active galactic nuclei and astronomical instrumentation
  • Riccardo Giacconi

    University Professor and Nobel Laureate

    PhD, University of Milan
    • 410-516-0621
    • 410-516-7239
    • rgiacco1@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 501
    • Research Interests: Experimental astrophysics, extragalactic astronomy, the early universe
  • Andrei Gritsan

    Professor

    PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder
    • 410-516-5070
    • gritsan@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 433
    • Research Interests: Experimental high-energy physics; colliders
  • Timothy Heckman

    Dr. A. Hermann Pfund Professor and Department Chair

    PhD, University of Washington
    • 410-516-7369, 410-516-5454
    • theckma1@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 217
    • Research Interests: The formation and evolution of galaxies and supermassive black holes
  • Richard Conn Henry

    Academy Professor; Director, Maryland Space Grant Consortium

    PhD, Princeton University
  • Marc Kamionkowski

    William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor

    PhD, University of Chicago
    • 410-516-0373
    • kamion@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 439
    • Research Interests: Theoretical physics specializing in cosmology and particle physics
  • David Kaplan

    Professor

    PhD, University of Washington
    • 410-516-4708
    • dkaplan@pha.jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 455
    • Research Interests: Theoretical particle physics and cosmology
  • Jared Kaplan

    Associate Professor

    PhD, Harvard University
    • 410-516-5464
    • jaredk@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 457
    • Research Interests: Effective field theory, particle physics, and cosmology
  • Julian H. Krolik

    Professor

    PhD, University of California, Berkeley
    • 410-516-7926
    • jhk@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 531
    • Research Interests: Theoretical astrophysics, particularly high-energy and relativistic astrophysics
  • Robert Leheny

    Professor

    PhD, University of Chicago
    • 410-516-6442
    • leheny@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 353
    • Research Interests: Experimental condensed matter physics; disordered materials; soft matter
  • Nancy Levenson

    Research Professor

    PhD, University of California, Berkeley
  • Yi Li

    Assistant Professor

    • 410-516-6422
    • yili.phys@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 339
    • Research Interests: Condensed Matter Physics Theory
  • Petar Maksimovic

    Professor

    PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • 410-516-3819
    • petar@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 417
    • Research Interests: Experimental high-energy physics; hadron colliders
  • Tobias Marriage

    Associate Professor

    PhD, Princeton University
    • 410-516-6526
    • marriage@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 215
    • Research Interests: Cosmology and astrophysics
  • Stephan McCandliss

    Research Professor and Director, CAS

    PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder
    • 410-516-5272
    • stephan.mccandliss@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 119
    • Group/Lab Website
    • Research Interests: Experimental astrophysics; sounding rocket space astronomy in the far UV; physics of the interstellar medium; physical properties of hot stars and their environments; astronomical instrumentation
  • Tyrel McQueen

    Professor, Full (Department of Chemistry)

    PhD, Princeton University (2009)
    • 410-516-6201
    • mcqueen@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 301, NCB 312
    • Research Interests: Solid state and inorganic chemistry; condensed matter physics
  • Brice Ménard

    Associate Professor

    PhD, University of Paris
    • 410-516-5743
    • menard@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 529
    • Research Interests: Extragalactic astrophysics; cosmology, large surveys
  • Satoru Nakatsuji

    Research Professor

    PhD, Kyoto University
  • David A. Neufeld

    Professor

    PhD, Harvard University
    • 410-516-8582
    • dneufeld@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 509
    • Research Interests: Theoretical astrophysics; interstellar medium, astrophysical masers
  • Colin A. Norman

    Professor

    PhD, Oxford University
    • 410-516-7329
    • norman@stsci.edu
    • Bloomberg 521
    • Research Interests: Theoretical and observational astrophysics
  • Daniel H. Reich

    Professor

    PhD, University of Chicago
    • 410-516-7899
    • reich@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 245
    • Research Interests: Experimental condensed matter physics; biological physics
  • Adam Riess

    Bloomberg Distinguished Professor,
    Thomas J. Barber Professor of Physics and Astronomy,
    Krieger Eisenhower Professor of Physics and Astronomy,
    Nobel Laureate

    PhD, Harvard University
    • 410-516-4474
    • ariess@stsci.edu
    • Bloomberg 207
    • Research Interests: Observations of physical cosmology, primarily through the use of distance indicators like supernovae; measurements of dark energy and the expansion history of the universe using optical and near-infrared instruments from space and the ground
  • Mark O. Robbins

    Professor

    PhD, University of California, Berkeley
    • 410-516-7204
    • mr@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 317
    • Research Interests: Theoretical condensed matter physics; non-equilibrium processes, atomic origins of macroscopic phenomena
  • Kevin Schlaufman

    Assistant Professor

    PhD, UC Santa Cruz
    • 410-516-3295
    • kschlaufman@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 537
    • Research Interests: Galactic astronomy and exoplanets
  • Ken Sembach

    Homewood Professor

  • Francesca Serra

    Assistant Professor

    PhD, University of Cambridge
  • Joseph Silk

    Research Professor and Homewood Professor of Physics and Astronomy

    PhD, Harvard University
    • 410-516-2881
    • jsilk@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 517
    • Research Interests: Cosmology
  • David Sing

    Bloomberg Distinguished Professor

    PhD, University of Arizona
    • Bloomberg 523
  • Morris Swartz

    Professor

    PhD, University of Chicago
    • 410-516-5159
    • morris@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 427
    • Research Interests: Experimental high-energy physics; precision tests of and searches for physics beyond the Standard Model
  • Alexander S. Szalay

    Bloomberg Distinguished Professor (Director, IDIES)

    PhD, Etvs Lornd University
  • Oleg Tchernyshyov

    Professor

    PhD, Columbia University
    • 410-516-8586
    • olegt@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 323
    • Research Interests: Theoretical condensed matter physics
  • Ethan Vishniac

    Research Professor

    • 410-516-6021
    • evishni1@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 501
    • Research Interests: Theoretical Astrophysics: magnetized turbulence, dynamos in stars and disks, and magnetic field reconnection and diffusion.
  • Harold A. Weaver, Jr.

    Research Professor (JHU Physics & Astronomy); Principal Professional Staff (JHU-APL)

    PhD, Johns Hopkins University
    • 443-778-8078
    • hal.weaver@jhuapl.edu
    • Bloomberg 145, APL 200-E210
    • Research Interests: Ultraviolet, optical, infrared, X-ray, and radio spectroscopy and imaging of comets, planets, and satellites
  • Robert Wojciechowski

    Associate Research Scientist

  • Rosemary F.G. Wyse

    Alumni Centennial Professor

    PhD, Cambridge University
    • 410-516-5392
    • wyse@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 513
    • Research Interests: Astrophysics; galaxy formation and evolution
  • Nadia Zakamska

    Associate Professor

    PhD, Princeton University
    • 410-516-6657
    • zakamska@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 507
    • Research Interests: Astronomy and astrophysics
  • Joint Faculty

  • Tamás Budavári

    Joint – Associate Professor (Department Of Applied Mathematics And Statistics)

    PhD, Eotvos Lorand University
    • 410-516-0643
    • budavari@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 365
    • Research Interests: Observational cosmology; large-scale structure, galaxy clustering; galaxy properties and evolution; statistical inference and embedding; data intensive parallel computing
  • Gregory Eyink

    Professor (Department Of Applied Mathematics And Statistics)

    PhD, Ohio State University (1987)
    • 410-516-7201
    • eyink@jhu.edu
    • 206 / Whitehead 100
    • Research Interests: Research Interests: Mathematical physics; fluid mechanics; turbulence; dynamical systems
  • Michael Falk

    Professor (Materials Science And Engineering)

    PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara (1998)
    • 410-929-4242
    • mfalk@jhu.edu
    • Maryland Hall 212
    • Research Interests: Theoretical and computational research
  • Taekjip Ha

    Taekjip Ha

    Bloomberg Distinguished Professor (Department of Biophysics, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry)

    Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (1996)
  • Jack Morava

    Professor (Department Of Mathematics)

    Phd, Rice University (1969)
    • Research Interests: Algebraic Topology; Mathematical Physics
  • Peter Searson

    Professor (Department Of Materials Science And Engineering)

    Phd, University Of Manchester Institute Of Science And Technology (1982)
    • Research Interests: Electronic, Nanophase, And Semiconductor Materials
  • Sabine Stanley

    Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Dept. Earth and Planetary Sciences & Applied Physics Lab

    PhD, Havard University
    • 410-516-5606
    • sabine@jhu.edu
    • 126 Olin Hall
    • Research Interests: Planetary interior processes and evolution
  • Darrell F. Strobel

    Professor (Department Of Earth And Planetary Sciences)

    PhD, Harvard University (1969)
  • Adjunct Faculty

  • Ronald J. Allen

    Adjunct Professor and Principal Research Scientist

    PhD. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • 410-338-4574
    • rjallen@stsci.edu
    • STScI P412
    • Research Interests: Spiral structure and ISM content in galaxies. Observational Tracers for Dark Gas in the Galaxy. Fourier methods in Optics. Interferometry and Synthesis Imaging.
  • Michael Fall

    Adjunct Professor (STScI)

    DPhil, Oxford (1976)
    • Research Interests: Astrophysics
  • Henry Ferguson

    Adjunct Professor (STScI)

    PhD, Johns Hopkins University
    • Research Interests: Observational cosmology; galaxy evolution; dwarf galaxies; space astronomy instrumentation; calibration
  • Ann Hornschemeier

    Adjunct Assistant Professor (GSFC)

    PhD, Penn State University
    • Research Interests: Studies of x-ray emission from star formation in galaxies at cosmologically interesting distances
  • John MacKenty

    Adjunct Professor

    PhD, University of Hawaii, Manoa
  • Peter R. McCullough

    Adjunct Professor

    PhD, University of California, Berkeley
    • 410-338-5068
    • pmcc@stsci.edu
    • STScI/Muller Bldg S419
    • Research Interests: extrasolar planets, astronomy and astrophysics
  • Predrag Nikolic

    Adjunct Associate Professor (George Mason University)

    PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    • Bloomberg 313
    • Research Interests: Theoretical condensed matter physics
  • Cedomir Petrovic

    Adjunct Professor (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

    PhD, Florida State University
    • Research Interests: Experimental condensed matter physics
  • Roeland P. van der Marel

    Adjunct Professor (STScI)

    PhD, Leiden University
    • Research Interests: Extragalactic observational and theoretical astronomy; galaxy structure, dynamics, and formation; black holes
  • Emeritus Faculty

  • Chih-Yung Chien

    Professor Emeritus

    PhD, Yale University
  • Gabor Domokos

    Professor Emeritus

    PhD, Dubna University
    • 410-516-7377
    • skd@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 443
    • Research Interests: Theoretical high-energy physics; astro-particle physics
  • Brian R. Judd

    Gerhard H. Dieke Professor Emeritus

    PhD, Oxford University
    • Research Interests: Theoretical atomic and molecular physics; group theory; solid state theory
  • Chung W. Kim

    Professor Emeritus

    PhD, Indiana University
    • Research Interests: Theory of elementary particles; nuclear theory; cosmology
  • Susan Kovesi-Domokos

    Professor Emerita

    PhD, Eotvos Lorand University
    • 410-516-7378
    • skd@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 445
    • Research Interests: Theoretical high-energy physics; astro-particle theory
  • Yung Keun Lee

    Professor Emeritus

    PhD, Columbus University
    • offsite
    • Research Interests: Experimental nuclear physics; relativistic heavy ion physics
  • H. Warren Moos

    Professor Emeritus

    PhD, University of Michigan
    • 410-516-7337
    • hwm@jhu.edu
    • Bloomberg 153
    • Research Interests: The interstellar medium; stellar processes; the solar system; space instrumentation
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