Thermalization / Hydrodynamization / PLENARY
- Sangyong Jeon (McGill University)
Having a thermalized system is the textbook requirement for the
applicability of hydrodynamics. However, there is mounting evidence
that hydrodynamics offers a good quantitative description even in
off-equilibrium situations. Recent applications of resurgence to
relativistic fluid dynamics in the context of conformal systems is
able to put the new, generalized theory of off-equilibrium...
In this talk I present our recent work on studying nucleus-nucleus collisions in perturbation theory. Classical field approximation has been broadly used to study the early stages of heavy ion collisions. Extrapolating the classical field dynamics to late times does not give the expected pressure isotropization. Including vacuum fluctuations into the classical field approach may lead...
We investigate the real time dynamics of the Chiral Magnetic Effect and anomalous transport in ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions. To this end we perform real-time lattice simulations with dynamical (Wilson and Overlap) fermions simultaneously coupled to color and electro-magnetic fields and we show that for light quarks the transport of electric and axial charges is essentially...