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#
Nuclear Physics
Colloquium

Venue: Physics Building, Max-von-Laue-Str. 1, PHYS 02.116

Time: Monday,
November 25, 11:15am (s.t.)

Contact: hees@itp.uni-frankfurt.de

# Strongly coupled systems at finite temperature
and chemical potential - holographic applications of black-hole physics

## Carlo Ewerz and Paul Wittmer (Heidelberg
University & ExtreMe Matter Institute EMMI, GSI)

Our talk will give an introduction
to holography (also known as gauge/gravity duality). This
method relates the physics of strongly coupled quantum systems to the
physics of black holes on curved higher-dimensional spaces. We
present applications to the physics of heavy quarks in the quark-gluon
plasma at finite temperature and chemical potential, among them the
static potential and the coupling strength. We also
briefly present applications of holographic methods to turbulent
dynamics in superfluids.

This talk will be
live-streamed via Vidyo (but not recorded!) under

https://vc.uni-frankfurt.de/join/9oENx8oF

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