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From MaxwellChernSimons theory in AdS3 towards hydrodynamics in 1 + 1 dimensions
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From MaxwellChernSimons theory in AdS3 towards hydrodynamics in 1 + 1 dimensions
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HanChih Chang
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Mitsutoshi Fujita
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Matthias Kaminski
HanChih Chang
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We study Abelian MaxwellChernSimons theory in threedimensional AdS black hole backgrounds for both integer and noninteger ChernSimons coupling. Such theories can be derived from various string theory constructions, which we review in the present work. In particular we find exact solutions in the low frequency, low momentum limit, ω, k ≪ T (...
We study Abelian MaxwellChernSimons theory in threedimensional AdS black hole backgrounds for both integer and noninteger ChernSimons coupling. Such theories can be derived from various string theory constructions, which we review in the present work. In particular we find exact solutions in the low frequency, low momentum limit, ω, k ≪ T (hydrodynamic limit). Using the holographic principle, we translate our results into correlation functions of vector and scalar operators in the dual strongly coupled 1 + 1dimensional quantum field theory with a chiral anomaly at nonzero temperature T . Starting from the conformal case we show applicability of the hydrodynamic limit and discuss extensions to the nonconformal case. Correlation functions in the conformal case are compared to an exact field theoretic computation.
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20141001
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Journal of High Energy Physics, 20141001, Volume 2014, pp 154
Journal of High Energy Physics, 20141001, Volume 2014, pp 154
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Field Theories in Lower Dimensions ; AdSCFT Correspondence ; Anomalies in Field and String Theories
Field Theories in Lower Dimensions ; AdSCFT Correspondence ; Anomalies in Field and String Theories
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP10(2014)118
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Fermionic operator mixing in holographic pwave superfluids
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Fermionic operator mixing in holographic pwave superfluids
Author:
Martin Ammon
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Johanna Erdmenger
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Matthias Kaminski
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Andy O’Bannon
Martin Ammon
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Andy O’Bannon
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We use gaugegravity duality to compute spectral functions of fermionic operators in a stronglycoupled defect field theory in pwave superfluid states. The field theory is (3+1)dimensional $ \mathcal{N} = 4 $ supersymmetric SU(Nc) YangMills theory, in the ’t Hooft limit and with large coupling, coupled to two massless flavors of (2+1)dimensi...
We use gaugegravity duality to compute spectral functions of fermionic operators in a stronglycoupled defect field theory in pwave superfluid states. The field theory is (3+1)dimensional $ \mathcal{N} = 4 $ supersymmetric SU(Nc) YangMills theory, in the ’t Hooft limit and with large coupling, coupled to two massless flavors of (2+1)dimensional $ \mathcal{N} = 4 $ supersymmetric matter. We show that a sufficiently large chemical potential for a U(1) subgroup of the global SU(2) isospin symmetry triggers a phase transition to a pwave superfluid state, and in that state we compute spectral functions for the fermionic superpartners of mesons valued in the adjoint of SU(2) isospin. In the spectral functions we see the breaking of rotational symmetry and the emergence of a Fermi surface comprised of isolated points as we cool the system through the superfluid phase transition. The dual gravitational description is two coincident probe D5branes in AdS5 × S5 with nontrivial worldvolume SU(2) gauge fields. We extract spectral functions from solutions of the linearized equations of motion for the D5branes’ worldvolume fermions, which couple to one another through the worldvolume gauge field. We develop an efficient method to compute retarded Green’s functions from a system of coupled bulk fermions. We also perform the holographic renormalization of free bulk fermions in any asymptotically Euclidean AdS space.
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20100501
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Journal of High Energy Physics, 20100501, Volume 2010, pp 167
Journal of High Energy Physics, 20100501, Volume 2010, pp 167
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En
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Gaugegravity correspondence ; AdSCFT Correspondence ; Brane Dynamics in Gauge Theories
Gaugegravity correspondence ; AdSCFT Correspondence ; Brane Dynamics in Gauge Theories
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/JHEP05(2010)053
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PUPT2352 Sum Rules from an Extra Dimension
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PUPT2352 Sum Rules from an Extra Dimension
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Daniel R. Gulotta
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Christopher P. Herzog
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Matthias Kaminski
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Daniel R. Gulotta
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Christopher P. Herzog
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Matthias Kaminski
Daniel R. Gulotta
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Christopher P. Herzog
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Matthias Kaminski
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Daniel R. Gulotta
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Matthias Kaminski
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Abstract: Using the gravity side of the AdS/CFT correspondence, we investigate the analytic properties of thermal retarded Green’s functions for scalars, conserved currents, the stress tensor, and massless fermions. We provide some results concerning their large and small frequency behavior and their pole structure. From these results, it is str...
Abstract: Using the gravity side of the AdS/CFT correspondence, we investigate the analytic properties of thermal retarded Green’s functions for scalars, conserved currents, the stress tensor, and massless fermions. We provide some results concerning their large and small frequency behavior and their pole structure. From these results, it is straightforward to prove the validity of various sum rules on the field theory side of the duality. We introduce a novel contraction mapping we use to study the large frequency behavior of the Green’s
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20120522
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http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/%7Eesiprpr/esi2278.pdf
http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/%7Eesiprpr/esi2278.pdf
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Sum rules ; Holography ; AdS/CFT ; Gauge/Gravity correspondence
Sum rules ; Holography ; AdS/CFT ; Gauge/Gravity correspondence
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Preprint typeset in JHEP style HYPER VERSION IFTUAM/CSIC0914
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Preprint typeset in JHEP style HYPER VERSION IFTUAM/CSIC0914
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Hydrodynamics Of Holographic Superconductors
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Irene Amado
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Matthias Kaminski
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Karl L
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Abstract: We study the poles of the retarded Green functions of a holographic superconductor. The model shows a second order phase transition where a charged scalar operator condenses and a U(1) symmetry is spontaneously broken. The poles of the holographic Green functions are the quasinormal modes in an AdS black hole background. We study the s...
Abstract: We study the poles of the retarded Green functions of a holographic superconductor. The model shows a second order phase transition where a charged scalar operator condenses and a U(1) symmetry is spontaneously broken. The poles of the holographic Green functions are the quasinormal modes in an AdS black hole background. We study the spectrum of quasinormal frequencies in the broken phase, where we establish the appearance of a massless or hydrodynamic mode at the critical temperature as expected for a second order phase transition. In the broken phase we find the pole representing second sound. We compute the speed of second sound and its attenuation length as function of the temperature. In addition we find a pseudo diffusion mode, whose frequencies are purely imaginary but with a nonzero gap at zero momentum. This gap goes to zero at the critical temperature. As a technical side result we explain how to calculate holographic Green
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20121121
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http://arxiv.org/pdf/0903.2209v1.pdf
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Holography ; Superconductivity. Contents
Holography ; Superconductivity. Contents
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http://arxiv.org/pdf/0903.2209v1.pdf
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Hydrodynamics of Holographic Superconductors
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Title:
Hydrodynamics of Holographic Superconductors
Author:
Irene Amado
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Matthias Kaminski
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Karl L
Irene Amado
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Abstract: We study the poles of the retarded Green functions of a holographic superconductor. The model shows a second order phase transition where a charged scalar operator condenses and a U(1) symmetry is spontaneously broken. The poles of the holographic Green functions are the quasinormal modes in an AdS black hole background. We study the s...
Abstract: We study the poles of the retarded Green functions of a holographic superconductor. The model shows a second order phase transition where a charged scalar operator condenses and a U(1) symmetry is spontaneously broken. The poles of the holographic Green functions are the quasinormal modes in an AdS black hole background. We study the spectrum of quasinormal frequencies in the broken phase, where we establish the appearance of a massless or hydrodynamic mode at the critical temperature as expected for a second order phase transition. In the broken phase we find the pole representing second sound. We compute the speed of second sound and its attenuation length as function of the temperature. In addition we find a pseudo diffusion mode, whose frequencies are purely imaginary but with a nonzero gap at zero momentum. This gap goes to zero at the critical temperature. As a technical side result we explain how to calculate holographic Green
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20121121
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http://arxiv.org/pdf/0903.2209v2.pdf
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Holography ; Superconductivity. Contents
Holography ; Superconductivity. Contents
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Preprint typeset in JHEP style HYPER VERSION IFTUAM/CSIC0914
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Preprint typeset in JHEP style HYPER VERSION IFTUAM/CSIC0914
Author:
Hydrodynamics Of Holographic Superconductors
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Irene Amado
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Matthias Kaminski
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Karl L
Hydrodynamics Of Holographic Superconductors
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Irene Amado
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Karl L
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Abstract: We study the poles of the retarded Green functions of a holographic superconductor. The model shows a second order phase transition where a charged scalar operator condenses and a U(1) symmetry is spontaneously broken. The poles of the holographic Green functions are the quasinormal modes in an AdS black hole background. We study the s...
Abstract: We study the poles of the retarded Green functions of a holographic superconductor. The model shows a second order phase transition where a charged scalar operator condenses and a U(1) symmetry is spontaneously broken. The poles of the holographic Green functions are the quasinormal modes in an AdS black hole background. We study the spectrum of quasinormal frequencies in the broken phase, where we establish the appearance of a massless or hydrodynamic mode at the critical temperature as expected for a second order phase transition. In the broken phase we find the pole representing second sound. We compute the speed of second sound and its attenuation length as function of the temperature. In addition we find a pseudo diffusion mode, whose frequencies are purely imaginary but with a nonzero gap at zero momentum. This gap goes to zero at the critical temperature. As a technical side result we explain how to calculate holographic Green
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20121121
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http://arxiv.org/pdf/0903.2209v3.pdf
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Holography ; Superconductivity. Contents
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Fluid dynamics of Rcharged black holes
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Title:
Fluid dynamics of Rcharged black holes
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Johanna Erdmenger
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Michael Haack
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Matthias Kaminski
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Amos Yarom
Johanna Erdmenger
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Michael Haack
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Matthias Kaminski
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Amos Yarom
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We construct electrically charged AdS5 black hole solutions whose charge, mass and boostparameters vary slowly with the spacetime coordinates. From the perspective of the dual theory, these are equivalent to hydrodynamic configurations with varying chemical potential, temperature and velocity fields. We compute the boundary theory transport co...
We construct electrically charged AdS5 black hole solutions whose charge, mass and boostparameters vary slowly with the spacetime coordinates. From the perspective of the dual theory, these are equivalent to hydrodynamic configurations with varying chemical potential, temperature and velocity fields. We compute the boundary theory transport coefficients associated with a derivative expansion of the energy momentum tensor and Rcharge current up to second order. In particular, we find a first order transport coefficient
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20130804
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http://arxiv.org/pdf/0809.2488v1.pdf
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QGP thermodynamics and Meson spectroscopy with AdS/CFT
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Title:
QGP thermodynamics and Meson spectroscopy with AdS/CFT
Author:
Johanna Erdmenger
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Felix Rust
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Matthias Kaminski
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Felix Rust
Johanna Erdmenger
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Felix Rust
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Matthias Kaminski
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Felix Rust
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In this talk we present applications of the AdS/CFT correspondence to strongly coupled systems at finite temperature and particle density. The model we investigate contains adjoint matter described by the gauge multiplet of N = 4, as well as fundamental matter given by the hypermultiplet of N = 2 Super YangMills theory. In some aspects these sy...
In this talk we present applications of the AdS/CFT correspondence to strongly coupled systems at finite temperature and particle density. The model we investigate contains adjoint matter described by the gauge multiplet of N = 4, as well as fundamental matter given by the hypermultiplet of N = 2 Super YangMills theory. In some aspects these systems can be thought of as models for the quarkgluon plasma. In the first part we review some properties of meson spectra obtained from these holographic models. We discuss the implications of finite temperature and particle density in these stringtheory motivated setups. In particular, we find a broadening of the vector meson peaks in the relevant spectral function at finite density. However, we do not observe a movement of the resonances to lower frequencies. Moreover, we analyze the effects of strong coupling on heavy meson diffusion in medium. To do so we make use of an effective model with dipole interaction, which is valid for heavy quarks at arbitrary coupling strength. We calculate the momentum broadening — normalized to the inmedium mass shift — and compare the large ’t Hooft coupling AdS/CFT result with a perturbative result for weak coupling. We find that the momentum broadening is reduced at large ’t Hooft coupling, leading to increased relaxation time. PoS(Confinement8)131
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20120205
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IFTUAM/CSIC0912 Flavor Superconductivity from Gauge/Gravity Duality
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Title:
IFTUAM/CSIC0912 Flavor Superconductivity from Gauge/Gravity Duality
Author:
Martin Ammon
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Johanna Erdmenger
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Patrick Kerner
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Matthias Kaminski
Martin Ammon
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Abstract: We give a detailed account and extensions of a holographic flavor superconductivity model which we have proposed recently. The model has an explicit field theory realization as strongly coupled N = 2 Super YangMills theory with fundamental matter at finite temperature and finite isospin chemical potential. Using gauge/gravity duality,...
Abstract: We give a detailed account and extensions of a holographic flavor superconductivity model which we have proposed recently. The model has an explicit field theory realization as strongly coupled N = 2 Super YangMills theory with fundamental matter at finite temperature and finite isospin chemical potential. Using gauge/gravity duality, i. e. a probe of two flavor D7–branes in the AdS black hole background, we show that the system undergoes a second order phase transition with critical exponent 1/2. The new ground state may be interpreted as a ρ meson superfluid. It shows signatures known from superconductivity, such as an infinite dc conductivity and a gap in the frequencydependent conductivity. We present a stringy picture of the condensation mechanism in terms of a recombination of strings. We give a detailed account of the evaluation of the nonAbelian DiracBornInfeld action involved using two different methods. Finally we also consider the case of massive flavors and discuss the holographic Meissner–Ochsenfeld effect in our
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20121121
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http://arxiv.org/pdf/0903.1864v2.pdf
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Gaugegravity correspondence ; Dbranes ; Black Holes. Contents
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Quasinormal modes of massive charged flavor branes
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Quasinormal modes of massive charged flavor branes
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Matthias Kaminski
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Karl Landsteiner
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Francisco PenaBenitez
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Johanna Erdmenger
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Constantin Greubel
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Patrick Kerner
Matthias Kaminski
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Karl Landsteiner
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Francisco PenaBenitez
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Johanna Erdmenger
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Constantin Greubel
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Patrick Kerner
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We present an analysis and classiffication of vector and scalar fluctuations in a D3/D7brane setup at finite temperature and baryon density. The system is dual to an $$ \mathcal{N} = 2 $$ supersymmetric YangMills theory with SU(Nc) gauge group and Nf hypermultiplets in the fundamental representation in the quenched approximation. We improve s...
We present an analysis and classiffication of vector and scalar fluctuations in a D3/D7brane setup at finite temperature and baryon density. The system is dual to an $$ \mathcal{N} = 2 $$ supersymmetric YangMills theory with SU(Nc) gauge group and Nf hypermultiplets in the fundamental representation in the quenched approximation. We improve significantly over previous results on the quasinormal mode spectrum of D7branes and stress their novel physical interpretation. Amongst our findings is a new purely imaginary scalar mode that becomes tachyonic at sufficiently low temperature and baryon density. We establish the existence of a critical density above which the scalar mode stays in the stable regime for all temperatures. In the vector sector we study the crossover from the hydrodynamic to the quasiparticle regime and find that it moves to shorter wavelengths for lower temperatures. At zero baryon density the quasinormal modes move toward distinct discrete attractor frequencies that depend on the momentum as we increase the temperature. At finite baryon density, however, the trajectories show a turning behavior such that for low temperature the quasinormal mode spectrum approaches the spectrum of the supersymmetric zero temperature normal modes. We interpret this as resolution of the singular quasinormal mode spectrum that appears at the limiting D7brane embedding at vanishing baryon density.
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20100301
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Journal of High Energy Physics, 20100301, Volume 2010, pp 156
Journal of High Energy Physics, 20100301, Volume 2010, pp 156
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Gaugegravity correspondence ; Black Holes in String Theory ; Dbranes ; AdSCFT Correspondence
Gaugegravity correspondence ; Black Holes in String Theory ; Dbranes ; AdSCFT Correspondence
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