I am a theoretical physicist with broad interests in non-perturbative aspects of quantum field theory and quantum gravity. My research harnesses powerful non-perturbative field theory techniques together with holographic duality to bootstrap fundamental questions in quantum gravity and black hole quantum mechanics. Some of my recent work at PCTS has focused on questions related to the role of spacetime wormholes, disorder averaging and quantum chaos in holographic dualities. I am also interested in the worldsheet string theory formulation of holographic dualities.
Sam B. Treiman Postdoctoral Fellow 2022-2023
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