Members: Please place your sketch in alphabetical order by last name
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Konstantinos Anagnostopoulos

is a member of the physics department at the National Tech U of Athens. Interested in Monte Carlo studies of superstring theory and quantum gravity.

Hans Bantilan

is a member of the Department of Physics at Princeton University, with research focused on developing numerical relativity in asymptotically AdS spacetimes. This focus is motivated primarily by gauge/gravity dualities: by the possibility that AdS/CFT can be used to relate gravitational calculations to problems in high energy and condensed matter physics.

David Berenstein

Is a member of the Department of Physics at UCSB, carrying research in quantum field theory and string theory.
UCSB webpage.

Carsten Gundlach

is at the School of Mathematics, University of Southampton. I work on mathematical aspects of numerical relativity, most recently on elastic matter in GR to simulate neutron star crusts. I also have a long-standing interest in critical phenomena in gravitational collapse.

Jun Nishimura

is a member of KEK Theory Center of High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK). I am interested in Monte Carlo studies of superstring theory and supersymmetric gauge theories.

Marco Panero

is a postdoc at the Department of Physics of the University of Helsinki (Finland), and is mainly interested in lattice gauge theory, the large N limit, and holography.

Toby Wiseman

Is a member of the Department of Physics at Imperial College London, UK. I am interested in numerical GR, gravity and black holes in higher dimensions or exotic settings, AdS/CFT, lattice simulation of supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory.

Laurence Yaffe

is on the faculty of the Department of Physics at the University of Washington, with research interests in large N gauge theories, applications of gauge/string duality, and non-equilibrium dynamics. UW particle theory. This year, I am temporarily working for the Office of High Energy Physics, U.S. Department of Energy, helping manage the DOE program in high energy theory.