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Holographic Fermi Surfaces: The view from the top down

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Strongly interacting fermions at finite density are infamously hard to treat. Gauge/gravity duality gives a way of studying them in a controlled environment. For such studies to be reliable it is important that the models are eventually embedded in M-theory (or string theory). In this talk I will describe how to look for some of the most basic features of fermionic finite-density states in M-theory, such as the occurrence of Fermi surfaces, and describe the wider implications of our recent intriguing results on these objects.

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

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