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Holographic viscoelastic phases of matter: from fluids to solids and more
(Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Holographic techniques have been widely and successfully used to describe strongly coupled fluids.
In this talk I will review how bottom-up holographic models can be extended to include also solid
and especially viscoelastic phases of matter. I will show how to formalize the (visco)-elastic
response and I will discuss in details the vibrational phononic degrees of freedom from an
holographic perspective. Finally I will discuss two specific open problems using both holographic methods and
effective field theory condensed matter techniques:
1) the density of states and thermal transport anomalies in glasses, amorphous solids and more recently even ordered crystals
2) the observation of low frequency propagating shear waves in liquids and its theoretical explanation
No detailed knowledge of AdS-CMT methods is required and lot of low energy condensed matter
will be present