Professor Graciela Gelmini is working on astro-particle physics, especially in the problem of dark matter, where she has studied different dark matter particle candidates. She is also interested in different aspects of the physics of neutrinos.
Professor Alexander Kusenko is interested in particle physics, high-energy astrophysics and cosmology. Recently he focused on explaining some features of distant blazars and on the first measurements of magnetic fields in deep intergalactic voids. He is working on the physics and astrophysics of dark matter focusing on sterile neutrinos, supersymmetric Q-balls, and other particle physics candidates. He is also interested in explaining the origin of the matter-antimatter asymmetry in the universe.
Professor Emeritus Roberto Peccei is interested in various aspects of electroweak interactions and dynamical mass generation, as well as in various topics in the interface of particle physics with astrophysics and cosmology. He has also worked on B and K physics, the physics of heavy quark decays, and CP violation.
Professor Terry Tomboulis' main current interests are focused on nonperturbative aspects of field theory such as the infrared behavior of QCD and the phenomenon of quark confinement. He is also working on dynamical symmetry breaking and mass generation, as well as some aspects of quantum gravity.