Fellow, Black Hole Initiative
Jordan has a BSc in physics and mathematics from MIT, and a PhD in physics from Stanford. He is interested in non-perturbative aspects of gauge theory and gravity, in particular pertaining to early universe cosmology and black holes. His other interests include quantum information theory and computational complexity theory, as applied to developing algorithms for quantum computers as well as exploring underlying information processing in quantum many-body systems. Jordan has also been exploring field-theoretic approaches to fluid turbulence and classical deterministic chaos more broadly.