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Quantum Anomalies Program Seminar: Kristan Jensen

Title: Deriving anomaly-induced response from thermal equilibrium Speaker: Kristan Jensen, Stony Brook University Date: Monday, March 10, 2014 Time: 4:00pm-5:30pm Place: Seminar Room 313, Simons Center       [box, type=”download”]Watch the video. [/box] Abstract: Now that we believe that anomalies manifest themselves through macroscopic […]

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Quantum Anomalies Program Seminar: Alexander Veselov

  Title: “Quantum Lax pair for the deformed Calogero-Moser systems” Program: Quantum Anomalies, Topology, and Hydrodynamics Speaker: Alexander Veselov, Loughborough University Date: Thursday, March 6 Time: 1:00pm – 2:15pm Place: Seminar Room 313, Simons Center       [box, type=”download”]Watch the video. [/box] Abstract:  I will […]

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Quantum Anomalies Program Seminar: Chris Herzog, Stony Brook University

Title: “An Introduction to Holographic Superconductivity” Speaker: Chris Herzog, Stony Brook University Date: Thursday January 30 Time: 10:30am Place: Seminar Room 313, Simons Center       [box, type=”download”]Watch the video.[/box] Abstract: Gubser, Hartnoll, Horowitz and I proposed the holographic superconductor as a model where one […]

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Quantum Anomalies Program Seminar: Gustavo Monteiro, Stony Brook University

Title: “Relativistic Hydrodynamics in the presence of Anomalies” Speaker: Gustavo Monteiro, Stony Brook University Date: Monday January 27 Time: 4:00pm Place: Seminar Room 313, Simons Center   Abstract: I will review the first order relativistic hydrodynamics and discuss the possible frame redefinitions. Later […]

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Quantum Anomalies Program Seminar: Gökçe Basar, Stony Brook University

Title: “Chiral anomaly, kinetic theory, and the Chiral Magnetic/Vortical Effect” Speaker: Gökçe Basar, Stony Brook University Date: Thursday January 23 Time: 10:30am Place: Seminar Room 313, Simons Center Abstract: I will review the kinetic theory description of chiral fermions, which is suitable for systems that possess […]

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Quantum Anomalies Program Seminar: Tigran Kalaydzhyan, Stony Brook University

Title: “Intro: Holographic fluids and superfluids” Speaker: Tigran Kalaydzhyan, Stony Brook University Date: Thursday January 16 Time: 1:00pm Place: Seminar Room 313, Simons Center Abstract: I will present a pedagogical introduction to the fluid-gravity duality. I will start from the intuitive description of the AdS/CFT-correspondence without […]

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