Macroscopic manifestations of the chiral anomaly have attracted significant attention in the last decade opening up multiple new directions of research. The various developments in this field include but are not limited to chiral effects in hot quark gluon plasma, cold dense matter in astrophysical environments as well as Dirac semimetals in condensed matter systems. The anomalous dynamics and polarization effects in these systems have also posed a variety of formal questions with regards to the interplay between different branches of theoretical physics.
The goal of this workshop is to provide a platform to researchers exploring physics of these systems to interact and engage in discussions leading to cross fertilization of ideas. The workshop aims to bring together senior researchers, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students to create a vibrant and exciting academic atmosphere that will unlock future directions in the field.
This workshop will serve as a platform to share ideas related to the chiral transport between various different fields such as astrophysics, heavy-ion collisions, condensed matter, and cold atom physics. The cross-field interaction is especially important now when the progress is fast both on the theoretical and experimental sides.
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