T-2, Nuclear and Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology

The Anomalous Transport in Chiral Matter

Andrey Sadofyev

I will discuss a set of novel transport phenomena presented in systems of (nearly) massless particles and intrinsically tied with the anomalies of the underlying quantum field theory. These effects attracted significant attention in the recent literature, in part, because of their universality. The anomalous transport may take place in a variety of systems from gas of neutrinos to topological states of condensed matter. Particularly, I will focus on the generalizations of the anomalous transport to new systems suggested in my recent works.


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