|Title||Quantum Quenches in Sine-Gordon Theory: Progress and Challenges|
|Speaker||Gábor Takács (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)|
📅 January 28
|Location||SISSA, First Floor, Room 128 (Cinema Room)|
Sine-Gordon model is a paradigmatic integrable quantum field theory featuring strongly correlated dynamics, topological excitations, bound states and strong-weak coupling duality. It is also realised experimentally, allowing us to submit theoretical ideas to reality check. In this talk I overview a number of recent results concerning its non-equilibrium dynamics following a (global) quantum quench, highlighting results as well as outstanding challenges.
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