"Energy flow in quantum critical systems far from equilibrium" (by Koenraad Schalm and others, Nature Physics Article 4 May 2015)


Energy flow in quantum critical systems far from equilibrium
Characterizing the behaviour of strongly coupled quantum systems out of equilibrium is a cardinal challenge for both theory and experiment. With diverse applications ranging from the dynamics of the quark–gluon plasma to transport in novel states of quantum matter, establishing universal results and organizing principles out of equilibrium is crucial. We present a universal description of energy transport between quantum critical heat baths in arbitrary dimension.

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