As a group, our focus has been on the increasingly important intersection of quantum information and quantum gravity. Due to this confluence of ideas, the tools and techniques are quite broad and diverse. The questions below hint at the wide-ranging interests of the group.

For a list of publications from the group, see recent papers.

- Holographic Derivation of Entanglement Entropy from AdS/CFT (Ryu-Takayanagi)
- Generalized gravitational entropy (Lewkowycz, Maldecena)
- Relative entropy equals bulk relative entropy (JLMS)
- Maximin Surfaces, and the Strong Subadditivity of the Covariant Holographic Entanglement Entropy (Wall)
- Quantum Extremal Surfaces: Holographic Entanglement Entropy beyond the Classical Regime (Engelhardt, Wall)
- Ten Proofs of the Generalized Second Law (Wall)
- A proof of the generalized second law for rapidly changing fields and arbitrary horizon slices (Wall)
- Holographic Proof of the Quantum Null Energy Condition (Koeller, Leichenauer)
- Relative entropy and the Bekenstein bound (Casini)
- Modular Hamiltonians for Deformed Half-Spaces and the Averaged Null Energy Condition (Faulkner, Leigh, Parrikar, Wang)
- A General Proof of the Quantum Null Energy Condition (Balakrishnan, Faulkner, Khandker, Wang)
- Averaged Null Energy Condition from Causality (Hartman, Kundu, Tajdini)
- Recovering the QNEC from the ANEC (Ceyhan, Faulkner)
- Coarse Graining Holographic Black Holes (Engelhardt, Wall)

If you're a new graduate student looking to get up to speed or would like to know more about what we do,

- Quantum Gravity Lecture Notes (Hartman)
- Jerusalem Lectures on Black Holes and Quantum Information (Harlow)
- TASI Lectures on the Emergence of the Bulk in AdS/CFT (Harlow)
- The Holographic Principle (Bousso)
- The Black Hole Information Problem (Polchinski)
- Black holes and the butterfly effect (Shenker, Stanford)
- Black holes as mirrors: quantum information in random subsystems (Hayden, Preskill)
- PiTP Lectures on Complexity and Black Holes (Susskind)
- Notes on Some Entanglement Properties of Quantum Field Theory (Witten)