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Out-of-equilibrium physics: lessons from transasymptotics, resurgence and dynamical systems

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  • UserMauricio Martinez (Duke University)
  • ClockFriday 16 September 2022, 13:30-14:30
  • HouseNo Room Required.

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AR2W01 - Physical resurgence: On quantum, gauge, and stringy

The dynamics of systems out of equilibrium is one of the most interesting research subjects in different research fields. In this talk I address recent developments of out-of equilibrium fluids and their asymptotic dynamics. I show  how well known methods of  dynamical systems together with transasymptotics and resurgence techniques provide new information on the non-linear relaxation processes of rapidly plasmas. Special attention would be paid to the emergence of transient non-newtonian behavior of a fluid and the non-perturbative renormalization transport coefficient, the relation between the existence of the slow invariant manifold and the classification of non-hydrodynamic modes as well as novel features of attractors in non-conformal plasmas.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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