Online Workshop "Frontiers of Holographic Duality5" (December 4–8, 2023, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online, Moscow)
Having been initially used as a tool to explore strongly coupled phenomena, holography found important applications and intriguing insights in the structure of quantum gravity and quantum information, linking them to certain universal properties of strongly coupled chaotic quantum systems. It provides unified geometric tools for the description of various phenomena in the heavy ions collision physics, manybody physics applications, black hole physics, and quantum information theory.
The aim is to explore a wide variety of aspects of holographic duality, bringing together specialists in main topics to have a comprehensive, but intensive discussions of the frontiers of holography and closely related subjects of quantum information and stronglycoupled theory.
The topics to be discussed include string theory, holographic duality and their applications:
 black holes and quantum information;
 entanglement, chaos and manybody phenomena;
 holographic quantum chromodynamics and heavy ions collisions.
Zoom password and organization information will be sent to speakers and registered participants (see the link to the registration form below). Please note that all talks will be moderated and recorded.
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This workshop continues the tradition of online workshops held in Steklov Institute of Mathematics from 2020. Web pages of previous seminars: 2022, 2021, 2020II and 2020I.
Program
Organizing Committee
Aref'eva Irina Yaroslavna (Chairman) Ageev Dmitry Sergeevich (Secretary)
Financial support
The event is supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation (the grant to the Steklov International Mathematical Center, agreement no. 075152022265).
Institutions
Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow Steklov International Mathematical Center 

Online Workshop "Frontiers of Holographic Duality5", Moscow, December 4–8, 2023 


December 4, 2023 (Mon) 

1. 
Opening December 4, 2023 12:55–13:00, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





2. 
A simple model, extracted using holography, of a domain wall between a confining and a deconfining phases and its velocity J. Sonneschein December 4, 2023 13:00–13:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





3. 
Binding Complexity and the Cost of Entanglement G. Policastro December 4, 2023 14:00–14:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





4. 
Torus shadow formalism and exact global conformal blocks S. Mandrygin December 4, 2023 16:00–16:25, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





5. 
Renormalization group flows in $3d$ holographic model M. Usova December 4, 2023 16:30–16:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online






December 5, 2023 (Tue) 

6. 
Gravity from Optimized Computation J. Pedraza December 5, 2023 14:00–14:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





7. 
Timelike Entanglement Entropy A. Mollabashi December 5, 2023 15:00–15:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





8. 
Magnetic Catalysis in Holographic Model with Two Types of Anisotropy for Heavy Quarks A. Hajilou December 5, 2023 17:00–17:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





9. 
Open AdS/CFT via a Doubletrace Deformation H. Geng December 5, 2023 18:00–18:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online






December 6, 2023 (Wed) 

10. 
Insights on Pentaquarks through Gauge/String Duality O. Andreev December 6, 2023 13:00–13:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





11. 
Weak chaos in the string $S$matrix M. Čubrović December 6, 2023 14:00–14:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





12. 
Dropping a diary into semiclassical black hole microstates M. Khramtsov December 6, 2023 17:00–17:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





13. 
Holographic BetaFunction for QuarkGluon Plasma with Heavy/Light Quarks P. Slepov December 6, 2023 18:00–18:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





14. 
Universal Properties in ICFTs Yu. Kusuki December 6, 2023 19:00–19:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online






December 7, 2023 (Thu) 

15. 
Fluctuations in the entropy of Hawking radiation and interior information recovery M. Miyaji December 7, 2023 13:00–13:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





16. 
Black Holes, Cavities and Blinking Islands T. Rusalev December 7, 2023 14:00–14:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





17. 
Wilson networks in AdS and global conformal blocks V. Khiteev December 7, 2023 16:00–16:25, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





18. 
Classical Liouville Action and Uniformization of Orbifold Riemann Surfaces B. Taghavi December 7, 2023 16:30–16:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





19. 
On the role of the $z^4$ and $z^5$ terms in the metric strain coefficient for the holographic description of QGP in magnetic field K. Rannu December 7, 2023 17:00–17:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





20. 
QGseminar December 7, 2023 18:00–18:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online






December 8, 2023 (Fri) 

21. 
Krylov Complexity in Free and Interacting Scalar Field Theories with Bounded Power Spectrum V. Jahnke December 8, 2023 13:00–13:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





22. 
How chaos reigns in free field theories D. Ageev December 8, 2023 14:00–14:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





23. 
Closing remarks I. Aref'eva December 8, 2023 15:00–15:55, Moscow, Steklov Mathematical Institute, online





