Séminaire de groupe
|Hydrodynamics of integrable systems and dynamical correlation functions|
|King's College London|
|jeudi 08 mars 2018 , 10h25|
|Salle de séminaire du groupe de Physique Statistique|
I will briefly introduce the recently developed theory of "generalized hydrodynamics", which describes large-scale behaviours in many-body quantum and classical integrable systems out of equilibrium. I will explain how it can be used to theoretically solve the famous quantum Newton cradle experiment. I will then explain how to use the theory in order to extract the Drude weights; the scaled cumulants, which are part of the large-deviation function, for charge and energy transfer and for other conserved charges in non-equilibrium states; and the "Euler-scale" asymptotics of dynamical correlation functions in and out of equilibrium. I will give examples in the Lieb-Liniger model.