Randall H. Landsberg is the Director of Education and Outreach for the Center for Astrophysical Research in Antarctica (CARA). His work in science education focuses on hands-on laboratory experiences, and has involved a wide variety of formal and informal programs including displays for the Museum of Science and Industry, Science Vans, teacher enhancement institutes, short courses on diverse topics such as microscale chemistry and forensics, and IAEA training courses.
Stephan S. Meyer is a professor of Astronomy and Astrophyiscs at the University of Chicago. He research is centered on measurements of the anisotropy and spectrum of the cosmic microwave background radiation with satellite and balloon-borne instruments. He is a member of the Microwave Ansotropy Probe (MAP) satellite science team and is director of the Center for Astrophysical Research in Antarctica (CARA).
John E. Carlstrom is a professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the University of Chicago, and the associate director of the Center for Astrophysical Research in Antarctica (CARA). His current research concerns interferometric studies of the cosmic microwave background, and measurements of the S-Z effect. He is a Packard Fellow and a MacArthur Fellow.