25th Claude Itzykson Conference: "Many-Body Chaos, Scrambling and Thermalization in Interacting Quantum Systems"
du 02/06/2021 au 04/06/2021
Thermalization and out of equilibrium dynamics of many body strongly interacting quantum systems have been the subject of a recent burst of research activities. In particular the dynamics of operator and information spreading (scrambling) as well as its chaotic behavior have been recently investigated starting from models originated in the context of strongly correlated many body systems and have found application to black holes physics. This has been triggered by the appearance of a new class of exactly soluble large N quantum field theories, such as the celebrated Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev model. The aim of this workshop is to review the recent advances in the field and to stimulate further research in this direction which lies at the interface between statistical and condensed matter physics and high-energy/mathematical physics. Due to the current situation, the conference will take place online. Organizing committee: Monica Guica, Marco Schirò, Pierfrancesco Urbani, Laure Sauboy (Secretary)


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