Institute for Nuclear Theory - Program 99-3

NON-EQUILIBRIUM DYNAMICS IN QUANTUM FIELD THEORY

October 4 - December 10, 1999

SEMINARS

- E. Braaten, "Hard-thermal-loop resummation of thermal QCD"
- V. Brindejonc, "Fermi liquid approach for QED at high density"

- P. Arnold, "High-temperature color conductivity at next-to-leading log order"

- R. Holman, "Nonequilibrium QFT and inflation"
- G.F. Bonini, "Time dependent correlation functions and thermalization"

- C. Manuel, "Mean field dynamics in a non-Abelian plasma from classical transport theory"
- G. Moore, "Do we understand hot Chern-Simons diffusion?"

- S. Jeon, "Classical colored particles and the small x Lagrangian"
- S. Leupold, "Towards a test particle description of transport processes for states with continuous mass spectra"

- J. Serreau, "The Likelihood of DCC formation"
- D. Schiff, "Hard photon productions out of equilibrium"

- J. Randrup, "Mean Field Treatment of Non-Equilibrium Dynamics in Quantum Field Theory"
- D. Boyanovsky, "Dynamical RG approach to kinetics"

- R. Brandenberger, "Floquet theory, reheating in inflationary cosmology, and Andersen localization"

- D. Litim, "Effective theories for Non-Abelian plasmas from (classical) transport theory"
- A. Singh, "Inhomogenous Quantum Fields out of Equilibrium"

- E. Calzetta, "Bulk Viscosity in Scalar Field Theory"

- D. Son, "Hydrodynamics of superconductivity"
- M. Dirks, "Dynamical screening in hot systems away from equilibrium"

- S. Mrowczynski, "From quantum fields to transport theory"
- A. Rajantie, "Defect formation in hot Abelian Higgs model"

- D. Kusnezov and K. Aoki, "Classical lattice field theory under weak and strong thermal gradients"
- M. Thoma, "Parton chemistry and non-equilibrium HTL resummation"

- R. Venugopalan, "World line approach to classical transport theory"
- H. van Hees, "Renormalization of self-consistent schemes in quantum field theory"

- C. Molina-Paris, "Interacting fields in FRW spacetime: reheating and analytic approximations"

- D. Brown, "Transport theory without the gradient approximation"