Affleck: superconductivity, low dimensional magnetism, quantum wires, quantum dots and topological materials.
Mona Berciu: dressed quasiparticles (polarons and bipolarons), strongly correlated systems.
Marcel Franz: topological insulators and superconductors,
strongly correlated electron systems, exotic order in quantum matter and anything else out
of the ordinary.
Steve Plotkin: Theoretical biophysics; dynamics and disorder in the theory of protein folding, mis-folding, and aggregation; Nucleic acid structure, function, and dynamics; Neurodegenerative disease; Cancer; Evolutionary origins of multicellularity
Robert Raussendorf: quantum
information and computation; fault-tolerance; Bell-nonlocality and contextuality.
Jörg Rottler: computational physics and soft condensed matter, non- equilibrium statistical physics, disordered systems and glasses, polymer physics and complex fluids.
George Sawatzky: transition metal oxides; new magnetic materials; dynamic mean-field theory.
Philip Stamp: Large scale quantum phenomena; quantum computing; quantum magnets,
superfluids; strongly-correlated fermions; decohe-rence phenomena; quantum
Fei Zhou: Few- and many-body physics in resonant cold gases and optical lattices;
multiple scattering, renormalization and scale invariance beyond mean fields;
universal dynamics and correlations.