Overview talk on quantum field theory and hydrodynamics at Suranaree University of Technology

On 25th April 2017, I went to gave a talk (+3 hours of something resemble lectures) at Suranaree University of Technology. The slide can be downloaded HERE 

Since the audiences are outside my field of research, I couldn’t really dive into my own work, which are quite technical. Instead, I gave an overview on hydrodynamics and some quantum field theories/materials that their transport properties seems to be governed by hydrodynamic equations. None of these are my own work but they are key motivations why I am doing what I am doing.

Please let me know if you spot mistakes I made in these slides. Your comments will be greatly appreciated.

In case anyone might be interested to learn more about this, I upload my slides here.
If you have a problem finding the references, their arXiv links or DOI are listed below in the order they appear in the slide


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