Quantum Field Theory Out of Equilibrium: Thermalization and Chaos

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Description

The proposed research program is about quantum field theory. The goal of this project is to develop theoretical tools to describe in quantitative terms out-of-equilibrium dynamics of field theoretic systems, with the focus on physics of thermalization. The project will combine different theoretical approaches, such as integrability in two-dimensional models, numerical conformal bootstrap, and holographic calculations. Some of the results of this project will pertain to mathematical physics and condensed matter theory. Besides the scientific component, the project will include pedagogical goals and broader impact activities.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date9/1/208/31/23

Funding

  • National Science Foundation: $209,997.00

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