**Dmitry Abanin** |
Quantum materials, such as Dirac semimetals and topological insulators, as well as non-equilibrium quantum many-body physics and many-body localization. |

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**Vincent Desjaques** |
Theoretical and computational cosmology, large scale structure formation, galaxy redshift surveys. |

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**Ruth Durrer** |
Cosmology and particle physics. |

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**Jean-Pierre Eckmann** |
Mathematical physics. Infinite dimensional dynamical systems. Systems out of equilibrium. Mathematical problems in biology. |

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**Martin Kunz** |
Cosmology, primordial universe, dark energy. |

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**Michele Maggiore** |
Gravitational waves. Cosmology of the primordial universe. |

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**Marcos Mariño** |
Mathematical aspects of string and quantum field theory, topological string theory,
topological quantum field theory, quantum gravity, non-perturbative methods in quantum field theory. |

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**Antonio Riotto** |
Cosmology and astroparticles. |

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**Julian Sonner** |
String Theory and Holography; applications of holography to many-body physics, especially non-equilibrium physics. |

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**Eugene Sukhorukov** |
Mesoscopic systems away from equilibrium: Shot noise, electron counting statistics, quantum measurement and electronic entanglement. |

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**Peter Wittwer** |
Non-perturbative aspects of nonlinear partial differential equations, renormalization group techniques and mathematical physics. |