Quantum Analogues: From Phase Transitions to Black Holes and Cosmology
Recently, analogies between laboratory physics (e.g. quantum optics and condensed matter) and gravitational/cosmological phenomena such as black holes have attracted an increasing interest. This book contains a series of selected lectures devoted to this new and rapidly developing field. Various analogies connecting (apparently) different areas in physics are presented in order to bridge the gap between them and to provide an alternative point of view.
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The Analogue Between Rimfall and Black Holes
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algebra black hole black hole horizon Bogoliubov Bose-Einstein condensates bosons chiral classical components condensed matter consider cosmic strings cosmological curved space-time D-term defined degrees of freedom denote described discussed dispersion relation dissipation dynamics energy density equations of motion excitations Fermi points Fermi surface fermions field theory Finsler fluid frequency fully gapped gauge geometry Green's function Hamiltonian Hawking radiation inflation interaction Lett linear loops Lorentz invariance Lorentz violation mass matrix mechanism metric modes momentum space nodes operator oscillator packet particle perturbations phonon Phys physics Planck potential precession pseudo-Finsler quantization quantum backreaction quantum fields quantum gravity quantum phase transition quasiparticles representations Sakellariadou scalar field scale Schiitzhold Sect spectrum spin spin-statistics Standard Model structure superconducting superfluid superfluid 3He-B temperature tensor theorem thermal topological charge topological defects trajectories Universe Unruh effect vacuum vector velocity Vitiello wave white hole horizon wire zero