Bar Alluf received his bachelor of art from Yeshiva University, New York, NY. He graduated with a dual degree in mathematics and physics. The Kressel Scholarships was a unique opportunity to conduct research about the resilience in power-law networks and electric grids; he is collaborating with other scientists using a synthetic network that represents an electric grid to study the effects of cascades due to failure or attacks. Alluf intends to pursue a PhD in physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Alluf is fascinated with Wolfram’s A New Kind of Science and is sure the Wolfram Summer School will be advantageous for his future career as a physicist.