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FD2W02 - Fractional kinetics, hydrodynamic limits and fractals

Understanding the diffusive or superdiffusive behavior of the energy in classical physical systems is challenging because of the non-linearity of the interactions between the particles. A way to reduce the difficulty is to replace the nonlinearity by a stochastic noise. In this presentation I will consider a noisy harmonic chain subjected to a magnetic field. We will see that according to the intensity of the magnetic field, the superdiffusive nature of the system changes.

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