Hillary Child - Hillary is currently a junior at Kenyon and is abroad in Russia. She is interested in gravitational waves from bubble collisions, the production of non-linear structures during phase transitions and scalar field dynamics.
Tate Deskins - Tate, a junior at Kenyon, can be found sitting on the dilapidated green chair in the lab. His research has been centered on modeling the degrees of freedom found in coupling the Klein Gordon and Navier-Stokes fluid equations. Tate is working toward understanding the electroweak phase transition and the effect of the surrounding particles on the transition.
John T. Giblin, Jr (Tom) - Tom has been at Kenyon Since 2009 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Physics. Tom is interested in how numerical methods can help us learn about fundamental physics. His interests are in Cosmology, Particle Physics and Computation.
Alex New - Alex is a sophomore at Kenyon and is just beginning to work in the group. He will be writing software to better understand the origin of primordial magnetic fields. Alexander New enjoys Plancking to the max.
Glynis Schumacher - Glynis is a a junior at Kenyon and will be working in the cosmology group this summer. She will be studying dark matter models.
Henry Smith - Henry is currently a Junior at Kenyon and is also new to the group. He will be studying the effects of various types of anisotropic expansion of the universe and comparing his results to type 1a supernovae data to determine what sets of initial conditions would be expected for each type of expansion.
Eliza - Eliza has been with the cosmology group since 2009. Although she only has eight 3 Ghz processors, she makes up for it with 196 GB of RAM and 2 TB of 15,000 RPM storage.
Gabrielle - Gabrielle is the largest single-node-computer in central Ohio. Her primary allegiance is to the deparment of physics, but she enjoys Cosmological simulations. With 512 GB of RAM and 64 processors (that's right, 512 GB of shared memory) she can do almost anything.
Holly - Holly joined the cosmology group in 2009, as the founding member. She is a MacPro with 32 GB or ram and 8 real (16 virtual) processors. She is unparalled in her ability to run code, render phots and play '80's hair band music at the same time.
Regina - Regina is the administrative head of the Cosmological Simulators. She is a MacPro with 12 real-2.66 Ghz cores and 64 GB of RAM. She does what she wants.