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SUMMARY:Julian Sonner (University of Geneva)
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DESCRIPTION:Title: Random matrices and black holes: new connections from holographic d
uality\nby Julian Sonner (University of Geneva) as part of One world I
AMP mathematical physics seminar\n\n\nAbstract\nQuantum chaotic systems ar
e often defined via the assertion that their spectral statistics coincides
with\, or is well approximated by\, random matrix theory (RMT). In turn\,
the late-time ergodic behaviour of chaotic quantum systems is expected to
fall into a small number of universality classes of RMT dynamics. Recent
developments in holographic duality have made it possible to characterise
the ergodic late-time behaviour of black holes in asymptotically anti de S
itter space in similar terms. In this talk I will start by introducing the
basic ideas and notions of holographic duality (also known as AdS/CFT)\,
before moving on to these more recent developments\, mostly focussing on l
ow-dimensional examples.\n
LOCATION:https://researchseminars.org/talk/IAMP_seminars/74/
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