Emergent Hydrodynamics in Condensed Matter and
High-energy Physics

Moved from 2020 to 2022 due to covid-19


International Workshop

2 - 6 May 2022

Hydrodynamics is one of the cornerstones of physics. Recent revival of interests in hydrodynamics comes from the heavy-ion collisions and transport experiments in semimetals. The goal of the workshop is to bring together the communities of high-energy and condensed matter physicists and to stimulate interdisciplinary scientific exchange.

Topics include

  • conditions under which the hydrodynamic regime can be accessed in materials
  • new proposals for experimental signatures of fluid mechanics in metals
  • three-dimensional formalism for fluids in metals
  • hydrodynamic/ballistic cross-over in electronic hydrodynamics
  • experimental signatures of field theory anomalies in macrosopic systems
  • properties of chiral kinetic theories
  • experimental signatures of Hall viscosity in materials
  • active systems with Hall viscosity
  • numerical methods in hydrodynamic systems with broken parity/time reversal
  • properties of relativistic fluids
  • applications of relativistic fluid dynamics
  • hydrodynamics with spin degrees of freedom

Invited speakers

A. Abanov (US)
D. Banerjee (DE)
F. Becattini (IT)
A. Bradley (NZ)
B. Bradlyn (US)
H. Buhmann (DE)
A. Burkov (CA)
J. Erdmenger (DE)
W. Florkowski (PL)
P. Glorioso (US)
J. Gooth (DE)
A. Grushin (FR)
C. Hoyos (ES)
S. Ilani (IL)
K. Jensen (US)
V. Juricic (SE)
D. Kharzeev (US)
P. Kovtun (CA)
A. Lucas (US)
A. Mackenzie (DE)
M. Metlitski (US)
L. Molenkamp (DE)
J. Moore (US)
S. Moroz (DE)
T. Neely (AU)
F. Peña Benítez (DE)
M. Polini (IT)
F. Pollmann (DE)
B. Roy (US)
G. Salbreux (UK)
T. Schäfer (US)
J. Schmalian (DE)
I. Shovkovy (US)
I. Sodemann (DE)
A. Souslov (UK)
M. Stone (US)
A. Varshney (AT)
V. Vitelli (US)
J. Waissman (US)
P. Wiegmann (US)
N. Yamamoto (JP)



Scientific Coordinators

Andrey A. Gromov
(Brown University, Providence, USA)

Dam T. Son
(The University of Chicago, USA)

Piotr Surowka
(Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany)


Visitors Program
(Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany)