The strong magnetic fields induced by heavy-ion collisions have attracted a lot of interests in transport phenomena in QGP. While the roles of the chiral fermions played in the anomaly-induced transport phenomena have been intensively investigated, their manifestations in the dissipative transport phenomena have not been fully identified. We discuss the heavy-quark diffusion dynamics , electrical conductivity [2,3], and viscosities  in QGP under the strong magnetic field on the basis of the hard thermal loop resummation, putting an emphasis on the roles of the chiral properties of the lowest-Landau-level fermions. We discuss crucial roles of the chirality conservation and phenomenological consequences, which sheds light on the new aspects of the transport phenomena in the heavy-ion collisions.
Recent related works include the computation of the jet energy loss , shear viscosity , and the electrical conductivity with the higher Landau levels .
 K. Fukushima, K. Hattori, H.-U. Yee, and Y. Yin, "Heavy Quark Diffusion in Strong Magnetic Fields at Weak Coupling and Implications for Elliptic Flow," Phys. Rev. D93 (2016) no.7, 074028.
 K. Hattori, S. Li, D. Satow, and H.-U. Yee, "Longitudinal Conductivity in Strong Magnetic Field in Perturbative QCD: Complete Leading Order," Phys. Rev. D95 (2017) no.7, 076008.
 K. Hattori and D. Satow, "Electrical Conductivity of Quark-Gluon Plasma in Strong Magnetic Fields," Phys. Rev. D94 (2016) no.11, 114032.
 K. Hattori, X.-G. Huang, D. Rischke, and D. Satow, "Bulk Viscosity of Quark-Gluon Plasma in Strong Magnetic Fields," Phys. Rev. D96 (2017) no.9, 094009
 S. Li, K. Mamo, and H.-U. Yee, Phys. Rev. D94 (2016) no.8, 085016
 S. Li and H.-U. Yee, arXiv:1707.00795 [hep-ph].
 K. Fukushima and Y. Hidaka, arXiv:1711.01472 [hep-ph].
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