ITS Symposium: Chaos and Quantum Field Theory

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condensed matter HEP - theory chaotic dynamics

Audience: Researchers in the topic
Conference date: Fri Sep 25
Organizers: Sebastian Franco, Dan Kabat*, Vladimir Rosenhaus
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ITS Symposium: Chaos and Quantum Field Theory FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 2020 VIA ZOOM 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM EDT (New York) Within the last several years, the study of quantum many-body chaos has become one of the prominent research themes within both high energy theory and condensed matter physics. The resolution of fundamental problems in a range of fields, from holographic duality and black hole information, to transport and thermalization, have been recognized to be intertwined with our ability to understand chaos. Along separate lines, over the last several decades, chaos practitioners have developed powerful techniques with which to analyze chaotic few-body systems, both classical and quantum. The goal of this symposium is to bring together these communities and discuss ideas for developing new tools with which to gain quantitative control of chaos in quantum field theory.

Organizers: Sebastian Franco, Daniel Kabat, and Vladimir Rosenhaus

10:00 - 11:30 Predrag Cvitanovic, Georgia Tech 12:00 - 1:30 Tomaz Prosen, University of Lijubljana 2:00 - 3:30 Mark Srednicki, UC Santa Barbara

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FriSep 2514:00Predrag CvitanovicHerding Cats: A Chaotic Field Theory
FriSep 2516:00Tomaz ProsenExactly solved models of many-body quantum chaos
FriSep 2518:00Mark SrednickiChaos and thermalization in quantum many-body systems
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