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SUMMARY:From matrix model to string theory and M-theory
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DESCRIPTION:Recent development of quantum technologies suggest an exciting
new direction of the study of quantum gravity: We might be able to create
black holes! More precisely\, we might be able to use quantum devices to
simulate (seemingly) non-gravitational systems that are equivalent to quan
tum black holes via holography. For such a purpose\, the D0-brane matrix m
odel is probably the simplest target that has well-controlled limit that d
escribes weakly-coupled gravity. In this talk\, we show the latest result
s of numerical simulations of the D0-brane matrix model. The duality betwe
en the matrix model and type IIA superstring theory is confirmed with a go
od precision\, including stringy corrections. Furthermore\, we find a new
low-energy phase (confined phase) and suggest that this phase describes M-
theory. We further argue that the matrix model can describe the eleven-dim
ensional Schwarzschild black hole. If time permits\, we will provide a ro
ugh resource estimate for quantum simulation.\n\nhttps://indico.cern.ch/ev
ent/1284254/
LOCATION:CERN 4/3-006 - TH Conference Room
URL:https://indico.cern.ch/event/1284254/
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