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Disordered Quantum Criticality and Thermal Conductivities

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Understanding the effects of disorder, i.e. random couplings, on quantum critical points is important both conceptually and practically, but examples at strong coupling are hard to come by. Strong disorder is particularly interesting as it provides a natural setting for incoherent transport. In this talk I’ll discuss recent work on constructing holographic disordered quantum critical points as well as their thermal transport properties.

This talk is part of the Quantum Fields and Strings Seminars series.

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