31 July 2018 to 6 August 2018
Maynooth University
Europe/Dublin timezone

Quantum information and strongly interacting theories

4 Aug 2018, 12:00
30m
JH1 (Maynooth University)

JH1

Maynooth University

Invited plenary talk Plenary

Speaker

Stefan Floerchinger (Heidelberg University)

Description

Quantum information theoretic concepts such as entanglement entropy provide interesting information on QCD dynamics. I will discuss in particular the role of entanglement in the context of particle production from the Schwinger mechanism for an expanding QCD string. In the bosonized Schwinger model of QED confined to 1+1 dimensions, entanglement between rapidity regions leads actually to a thermal spectrum of excitations around the coherent field with a time-dependent temperature at early time.

Primary author

Stefan Floerchinger (Heidelberg University)

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