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Jul 26 – 30, 2021
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Quantum breaking and scrambling: what 2 PI effective action can teach us

Jul 27, 2021, 4:20 PM
20m
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Parallel session talk Quantum Field and String Theory T11: Quantum Field and String Theory

Speaker

Michael Zantedeschi (Max Planck Institute for Physik, Munich)

Description

In this talk, after reviewing the concept of quantum breaking, and its relation to scrambling, concepts which proved fundamental for our understanding of composite systems such as condensates, black holes and De Sitter, I will show how to study them within the context of 2PI effective action. To do so I will focus on a simple model of a one dimensional condensate in which a logarithmic timescale emerges.

First author Michael Zantedeschi
Email michael.zantedeschi1@gmail.com
Collaboration / Activity Max Planck Institute

Primary authors

Michael Zantedeschi (Max Planck Institute for Physik, Munich) Mr Andrei Kovtun (Max-Planck for Physics, Munich)

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