Ibrahim Bah Considers Multiverses and Holography

Mar 24, 2020

Ibrahim Bah is Assistant Professor of Physics at Johns Hopkins University. His general research interest is in theoretical high-energy physics and cosmology exploring the relations between quantum field theories, string theory and gravity via the framework of holography. He’s also interested in fundamental aspects of black holes and their role in nature, all part of a larger research program in high-energy physics whose main goal is to understand a quantum theory of gravity.

Patrick Young from Glenwood Springs High School and Samuel Navias from Aspen High School interview Ibrahim Bah
Credit Patty Fox

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