# Jerusalem Lectures on Black Holes and Quantum Information

@article{Harlow2016JerusalemLO, title={Jerusalem Lectures on Black Holes and Quantum Information}, author={Daniel Harlow}, journal={Reviews of Modern Physics}, year={2016}, volume={88}, pages={015002} }

In these lectures I give an introduction to the quantum physics of black holes, including recent developments based on quantum information theory such as the rewall paradox and its various cousins. I also give an introduction to holography and the AdS/CFT correspondence, focusing on those aspects which are relevant for the black hole information problem.

## 346 Citations

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