Marcelo Gleiser

Graduate students

Dartmouth College

Theory Group

Prof. Marcelo Gleiser is the Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy at Dartmouth College. His research is centered in the interface between cosmology and particle physics in the very early universe, the study of nontopological soliton solutions known as oscillons in classical field theory and more recently the question of the origin of life on Earth. For further research information, visit his personal page. Prof. Gleiser received the distinguished Presidential Faculty Fellows Award from President Bill Clinton in 1994 for his research in cosmology. He is also a well known popular science writer with three published books in the US and contributions to magazines, newspapers, television and internet blogs.

Office: 116 Wilder
Phone: 603-646-1489

  1. Résumé

  2. Personal page

  3. Publications at INSPIRE

  4. 13.7 Cosmos and Culture