Solving Strongly Coupled Quantum Field Theory - Part 1
This event is part of the Departmental Seminars.
This is the part 1 of two subsequent presentations. I will focus on introducing the method and discussing a simple application on 2D real scalar theory.
Quantum Field Theory is the language that describes a wide spectrum of physics, from the fundamental matters and interactions down to the phase transition of water. However, it is notoriously hard at strong coupling regime. In this talk I will approach this question in an old Quantum Mechanical method - keep a finite number of states and diagonalize the Hamiltonian as a finite-size matrix - with our recent setup, known as the Lightcone Conformal Truncation. I will present its applications in various two dimensional examples.
Committee: Fitzpatrick, Katz, Laumann, Sushkov, Polkovnikov
Topic: Departmental Seminar of Yuan Xin Time: Mar 25, 2020 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 516 244 667