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Gravity & Hydrodynamics

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I will describe recent developments in relativistic hydrodynamics inspired in part by the fluid/gravity correspondence. I will focus on general lessons for the hydrodynamic effective field theory: signature of quantum anomalies, domain of validity of hydrodynamics, etc.. Time permitting I will also attempt to extract some lessons about gravity: in particular, clarify the connections between the black hole membrane paradigm and the fluid/gravity correspondence.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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