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Emergent geometry from strongly coupled quantum dynamics

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I will describe to what extent we understand the dynamical origin of higher dimensional space-time geometry from quantum field theory computations in a particular example of the gauge/gravity duality, namely the large N limit of maximally supersymmetric Yang Mills theory. I will go in particular through the description of extended geometric objects from field theory setups. These extended object are interpreted as a special collection of D-branes and the shortest strings stretching between them in the dual geometry.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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