Yoni Kahn is a PhD student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in theoretical high-energy particle physics. During his undergraduate studies at Northwestern University, he worked on dark matter phenomenology and spent a summer at Jefferson Lab doing research in nuclear physics. He is currently working on the DarkLight experiment to detect a new force of nature, as well as investigating the relationship between locality and unitarity in quantum field theories. In his spare time he is a freelance French hornist in the Boston area.
Adam J. Anderson is a PhD student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in experimental particle physics, working on direct dark matter detection and neutrino physics. He is currently a member of the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search, doing data analysis and studying how dark-matter-style detectors can be applied to other measurements in particle physics and astrophysics. His undergraduate studies were in physics and mathematics at the University of Chicago. His website is here.