# Overview

This page lists research opportunities (rotations) in KIPAC for new graduate students. Graduate students can find contact information for faculty through StanfordWho

- Abel, Tom
- Numerical Cosmology
- Allen, Steve
- X-ray astronomy and observational cosmology
- Blandford, Roger
- Theoretical astrophysics
- Bloom, Elliott
- Fermi LAT; indirect searches for dark matter
- Burchat, Pat
- Observational cosmology, LSST Dark Energy Science Collaboration, gravitational lensing
- Burke, David
- Observational cosmology with large surveys: DES and LSST
- Byer, Bob
- Lasers and nonlinear optics
- Cabrera, Blas
- Dark matter
- Church, Sarah
- Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
- Drell, Persis
- Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope and Technical Developments and Science with Hard X-Ray Free Electron Lasers
- Funk, Stefan
- Fermi LAT and Cerenkov Telescope Array
- Gratta, Georgio
- Understanding of fundamental particles and interactions
- Irwin, Kent
- Sensor development for astrophysics, cosmology and beyond
- Kahn, Steve
- Large Synoptic Survey Telescope
- Kuo, Chao-Lin
- Cosmic microwave background radiation: instrumentation and cosmology
- Linde , Andrei
- Early Universe cosmology
- Macintosh, Bruce
- Adaptive optics and extrasolar planet imaging
- Madejski, Greg
- X-ray and gamma-ray astronomy and astrophysics
- Michelson, Peter
- Gamma-ray astrophysics with the Fermi LAT
- Petrosian, Vahe
- High energy astrophysics -- particle acceleration
- Romani, Roger
- Neutron stars and black holes -- observations, modeling and theory
- Roodman, Aaron
- Observational Cosmology
- Scherrer, Phil
- Solar physics
- Schindler, Rafe
- Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Project
- Senatore, Leonardo
- Early Universe cosmology, growth of structure
- Sturrock, Peter
- Solar physics
- Wagoner, Bob
- Theoretical Relativistic Astrophysics
- Wechsler, Risa
- Computational cosmology