70. Hydrodynamic transport, laminar flow, and the AdS/CFT viscosity bound in a graphene field effect transistor
Marco Polini (Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Graphene Labs)
Graphene sheets encapsulated between crystals of boron nitride host a unique electron system that due to weak electron-phonon scattering allows micrometer-scale ballistic transport even at room temperature [1,2,3,4]. Above liquid nitrogen temperatures, these electron liquids are expected to display local equilibrium, enabled by strong electron-electron interactions . Under these conditions,...
Denis Bernard (LPT-ENS & amp; CNRS)
Shinsei Ryu (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Many of interesting physical (in particular topological) properties of topological phases of condensed matter can be "inferred" from their boundary (end, edge, surface, ..) field theories. In particular, the presence of quantum anomalies in boundary field theories (or lack thereof) provides a way to diagnose bulk topological properties. I will discuss such bulk/boundary correspondence in...