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Hyperuniformity: Why? How? What?

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A hyperuniform system can be isotropic and locally disorderd, like a liquid, but at large scales it becomes homogeneous, like a crystal. This combination endows hyperuniform materials with unique physical properties. At the same time, the concept provides interdisciplinary challenges. This talk presents an overview of at least some recent progress from physics and mathematics, e.g., on how to detect hyperuniformity, what fluctuations preserve or destroy hyperuniformity, and what might distinguish different types of hyperuniform disorder in the thermodynamic limit.

This talk is part of the DAMTP Statistical Physics and Soft Matter Seminar series.

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