Particle Theory at Johns Hopkins

 
 

The particle theory group at Johns Hopkins carries out research on a wide variety of subjects not only in particle theory, but also in particle astrophysics, cosmology, and gravity.  This includes work in string theory and mathematical physics, formal field theory, perturbative QCD, new physics beyond the standard model, particle astrophysics, and early-Universe and physical cosmology.  Our work is relevant for new-physics searches at the LHC, for dark-matter searches, dark-energy studies, and a host of other collider-based and non-accelerator searches for new physics.  We have considerable intellectual overlap and interactions with our colleagues at Johns Hopkins in experimental high-energy physics and in the Center for Astrophysical Sciences.

Faculty:

Jonathan Bagger

Marc Kamionkowski

David Kaplan

Kirill Melnikov

Jared Kaplan

Gabor Domokos (Emeritus)

Susan Kovesi-Domokos (Emeritus)

Nima Arkani-Hamed (Visiting Professor)


Postdocs/Research Associates:

Prashant Saraswat

Junpu Wang

Fabrizio Caola

Donghui Jeong

Reinard Primulando

Josef Pradler

Jens Chluba

Sam Gralla (visiting postdoc)



Seminars


Visitor Information


JHU Theory Group wiki


Contact Information:

Department of Physics and Astronomy

Bloomberg Hall

3400 N Charles St

Baltimore, MD 21218


Admin Asst:

Mark Hall

  1. (410)516-7184

mhall AT pha.jhu.edu