Bar Alluf received his Bachelor of Art from Yeshiva University, New York, NY. He graduated with a dual degree in Mathematics and Physics. He was granted the Bertha Kressel Research Scholarship which was a unique opportunity to conduct research regarding the Resilience in Power-Law Networks and Electric Grids, this opened the door for collaboration with other scientists using a synthetic network that represents an electric grid to study the effects of cascades due to failure or attacks. Alluf intends to pursue a Ph.D. in physics at The Georgia Institute of Technology. Alluf is fascinated with Wolfram New Kind of Science and assured the Wolfram Summer School will be advantageous for his future carrier as a physicist. In his spare time, you could find Alluf exercising, doing yoga, and play basketball.
Cosmology, Astrophysics, Gravitational Waves, Quantum Gravity, Quantum Information, Quantum Condensed Matter. Quantum Computing, and The Foundation of Quantum Mechanics.