RIKEN Lunch Seminar

"P-odd Spectral Density at Weak Coupling: Photon Emission and Second"

Presented by Ho-Ung Yee, University of Illinois at Chicago

Thursday, July 30, 2015, 12:30 pm — Building 510 Room 2-160

The P-odd spectral density of current correlation functions appears in several physical observables which are related to chiral anomaly, and is a sensitive probe of microscopic dynamics which is less protected by symmetry alone. We discuss two examples of their appearance: photon emission and the second order transport coefficient from chiral anomaly. We describe leading order weak coupling computations for these examples.

Hosted by: Daniel Pitonyak

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