Applications of Gauge-Gravity Duality

A research workshop of the Israel Science Foundation and the Lewiner Institute for Theoretical Physics

2012 June, 3-7

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Program

 

Sunday 3/6 Monday 4/6 Tuesday 5/6 Wednesday 6/6 Thursday 7/6
9:30-10:30 Kiritsis  Ooguri  Erdmenger  Tong
10:30-11:30 Opening
11:15-11:30
Coffee  Coffee 

Coffee
10:30-11:15

Coffee 
11:30-12:30 Kachru Jensen  de Boer  Kaplunovsky
11:15-12:15 
Shuryak 
12:30-14:30 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
12:15-13:30
Lunch
14:30-15:30 Semenoff  Jokela  Stern  Akko trip
13:30-19:30
Thorlacius 
15:30-16:30 Coffee Beach
16:30-19:30
Coffee 
16:30-17:30 Sugimoto  Parnachev  Colloquium 
Evening Reception 18:00
4th floor terrace 
Speakers' dinner
19:30 

Talks

All talks will be in room 502 of the Lidow Physics Building.

J. de Boer Chiral symmetry restoration in holographic QCD?
J. Erdmenger Universality or non-universality of holographic superconductors
N. Jokela Aspects of the D3-D7' model
K. Jensen Thermodynamics (and hydrodynamics), reconsidered
S. Kachru Bosons and Fermions are SO over-rated
V. Kaplunovsky Baryonic popcorn, or holographic nuclear matter at high densities
E. Kiritsis Effective Holographic Theories for Condensed Matter
H. Ooguri Hall viscosity
A. Parnachev Comments of holographic fermion matter
G. Semenoff Engineering Holographic Graphene
E. Shuryak Shocks and jet quenching in AdS/CFT
A. Stern Open questions in the study of condensed matter topological states of matter
S. Sugimoto On S-duality in non-SUSY gauge theory
L. Thorlacius Holographic metals
D. Tong Optical conductivity and holographic lattices

Location

  • Technion Department of Physics
    Haifa, Israel

Contact

  • 972-4-829-2831
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