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Integrability in String and Gauge Theories; AdS/CFT Duality and its Applications
(ENS Paris), Joseph Minahan
(Uppsala University), Konstantin Zarembo
(ENS Paris), Lisa Freyhult
(Uppsala University), Shiraz Minwalla
(Tata Institute, Mumbai)
The program has two main themes. The first is on integrability in
N = 4 gauge theories, where there has been remarkable progress over the last six years. The scientiﬁc goal of this part of the program is
to bring together leaders in the ﬁeld in order to attack the many remaining
problems in the subject. The core participants for the program
are expected to be specialists in integrability,
gauge theories and/or string theory, fostering an environment to aid in
the search for new directions in N = 4 gauge theories and other theories that have an underlying integrable structure. The 2010 conference on Integrability in Gauge and String Theories (IGST2010) will be held at the program site from 28 June to 2 July.
The second part of the program is on AdS/CFT duality and its applications. The goal of this part of the program is further advance the exciting developments that have taken place with regard to quark-gluon plasmas, non-relativistic CFTs, hydrodynamics, and possible applications to condensed matter systems.
An objective of the program is to support interaction between the two main themes. It is anticipated that specialists from each group will be simultaneously present, allowing for the exchange of new ideas between the two groups.
AC transport during a holographic Hall transition1h
(Helsinki Institute of Physics)
String Theory approach to nonequilibrium dynamics of strongly coupled systems1h
Effective field theory approach to non-equilibrium dynamics
old concept. I explain how a relation between strongly
theories and gravity arises in String Theory and allows to
this non-equilibrium effective field theory from first
discuss the computation of the shear and bulk viscosities in
class of strongly interacting plasmas and comment on the ongoing
experimental efforts to measure this quantity at the
Heavy Ion Collider
Static Length Scales of ABJM and N=4 SYM Plasmas1h
Abstract: We discuss thermodynamic aspects of ABJM theory at finite temperature
using the gravity description. We compute various static length scales of ABJM
plasma in a strongly coupled regime. For this, we consider the CP3
compactification of the type IIA supergravity down to four dimensions, and identify
all the low-lying bosonic modes up to masses corresponding to the operator
dimension 3 together with all the remaining CP3 invariant modes. We find the
true mass gap, the Debye screening mass and the corresponding dual operators to
be probed in the field theory side. We compare these results with those of N=4
(University of Seoul)
Semiclassical strings exactly1h
Semiclassical quantization of rotating superstrings in
AdS5xS5 background has played in recent years a key role
both in checking the AdS/CFT duality and in building the
tools necessary to describe the integrable structures that
I describe the exact quantization of a nontrivial spinning
string configuration at leading semiclassical (1-loop) order
and extract information on the strong coupling structure of
operator dimensions in the dual gauge theory.