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Dynamics in one dimension: from fractional excitations to new out-of-equilibrium states of matter

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This talk will review a number of integrability-based methods to investigate the dynamics of low-dimensional systems such as quantum spin chains, interacting atomic gases and central-spin-like systems. In the equilibrium case, space- and time-dependent ground state correlations will be considered, as well as thermal equilibrium correlations for the one-dimensional Bose gas. For out-of-equilibrium situations, a number of recent results will be reviewed, including a novel method for explicitly calculating the relaxation of observables after a quantum quench.

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