Subject: QC770-798 | Condensed Matter - Strongly Correlated Electrons | Nuclear and particle physics. Atomic energy. Radioactivity | Conformal Field Theory | 1/N Expansion | High Energy Physics - Theory | AdS-CFT Correspondence | Integrable Field Theories
The SYK model, a quantum mechanical model of $N \gg 1$ Majorana fermions $\chi_i$, with a $q$-body, random interaction, is a novel realization of holography. It is known that the AdS$_2$ dual contains a tower of massive particles, yet there is at present no proposal for... View more
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