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Dynamical Phenomena in Holographic Meson Melting
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In the context of AdS/QCD, it was proposed that the melting process of mesons in quark-gluon plasma may be modeled by perturbative motion of a probe brane in the asymptotically AdS black hole background. We study dynamical phenomena induced by thermal quench within this setup by solving dynamics of the probe brane numerically. As a result, we find a new transient phase which was dismissed in the previous studies on static systems. We argue its implications to the bulk gravity and dual field theory.
This talk is part of the DAMTP Friday GR Seminar series.
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