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Department of Mathematical Sciences

Research Seminar Series

Applied Mathematics Seminars

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Arithmetic Study Group

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Centre for Particle Theory Colloquia

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Computing Seminars/Talks

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


CPT Student Seminar

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Departmental Research Colloquium

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Distinguished Lectures and Public Lectures

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Geometry and Topology Seminar

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Informal HEP Journal club

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Pure Maths Colloquium

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Statistics Seminars

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


Stats4Grads

Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Diffusion and Chaos in Quantum Matter

Presented by Mike Blake, MIT

13 October 2017 13:00 in CM221

In this talk I will discuss recent developments that have suggested new connections between the transport properties of quantum matter and many-body chaos. In particular I will describe how in many holographic theories there are simple relationships between the thermoelectric diffusion constants and the butterfly velocity, which describes the speed at which chaos propagates.

Contact daniele.dorigoni@durham.ac.uk or jyotirmoy.bhattacharya@durham.ac.uk for more information


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