Cancelled Chiral electrodynamics: from the early Universe to laboratories

by Prof. Oleg Ruchayskiy

Niels Bohr Institute
at Special seminar

Fri, 13 Mar 2020, 11:00
Sacta-Rashi Building for Physics (54), room 207


In systems of relativistic particles, an electric current, parallel to
the magnetic field, can flow. This is an example of a "macroscopic
quantum phenomenon" known as "chiral magnetic effect". Its importance
can be compared to superconductivity - another type of non-dissipative
In this talk I will provide intuitive explanation of chiral magnetic
effect and review its roles in systems ranging from the early Universe
and particle physics to Dirac/Weyl semi-metals

Please, notice spacial day (Friday)

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