Entanglement from Gravity (2014)

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source: International Centre for Theoretical Sciences    2015年3月3日
Discussion Meeting: Entanglement from Gravity
(URL: http://www.icts.res.in/discussion_mee...)
Dates: Wednesday 10 Dec, 2014 - Friday 12 Dec, 2014
In the last few years, quantum entanglement considerations have led to profound insights in the connection with gravity. Entanglement entropy has been proposed as a probe to study the architecture of spacetime in quantum gravity. Connections with the Bekenstein-Hawking area law applicable to black holes have been found. This area law behaviour finds support from various approaches to quantum gravity. This program will focus on the lessons that various aspects of quantum entanglement have taught us about holography as well as what the holographic approach via the AdS/CFT correspondence has meant for entanglement.

Long time behaviour of reduced density matrices in 2D quantum quench with conserved charges 1:14:07
Entanglement entropy and dilaton effective action 1:05:15
Comments on State Dependent Operators in Quantum Gravity 1:04:14
Harvesting entanglement from the vacuum requires synchronization 1:02:43
New Dialogues: Entanglement, Holography and Renormalization (Chandrasekhar Lecture Series) 1:13:34
Holographic Entanglement Entropy (Chandrasekhar lecture II) 1:33:15
Higher spin Entanglement Entropy from CFT and Holography 1:04:08
Monogamy of correlations in a quantum world 57:55
Modeling Maxwell's demon 1:00:57
Creating and Using Entanglement (ICTS-IISc Joint Colloquium) 1:02:00
Entanglement & C-theorems (Chandrasekhar lecture III) - part 1 1:07:30
Entanglement & C-theorems (Chandrasekhar lecture III) - part 2 46:02
Deriving the entangling surface in higher curvature duals 50:41
Limits and generalizations of extremal surfaces in (A)dS 1:01:16
Some stray thoughts and open questions on entanglement entropy 1:10:24

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