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- G. J. Aarts, Jürgen Berges
- 2001

Transport or kinetic equations are often derived assuming a quasiparticle (on-shell) representation of the spectral function. We investigate this assumption using a three-loop approximation of the 2PI effective action in real time, without a gradient expansion or on-shell approximation. For a scalar field in 1+1 dimensions the nonlinear evolution, including… (More)

The properties of hadrons or hadronic resonances above the deconfinement transition is a subject at the heart of the current experimental program at the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider (RHIC). Questions of interest include the issue of which hadrons survive as bound states in the quark-gluon plasma, and up to which temperature; as well as the transport… (More)

- Alessandro Amato, G. J. Aarts, C. R. Allton, Pietro Giudice, Simon J. Hands, Jon-Ivar Skullerud
- Physical review letters
- 2013

A lattice calculation is presented for the electrical conductivity σ of the QCD plasma with 2+1 dynamical flavors at nonzero temperature. We employ the conserved lattice current on anisotropic lattices using a tadpole-improved clover action and study the behavior of the conductivity over a wide range of temperatures, both below and above the deconfining… (More)

- G. J. Aarts
- 2002

Transport coefficients are determined by the slope of spectral functions of composite operators at zero frequency. We study the spectral function relevant for the shear viscosity for arbitrary frequencies in weakly-coupled scalar and nonabelian gauge theories at high temperature and compute the corresponding correlator in euclidean time. We discuss whether… (More)

We derive the nonequilibrium real-time evolution of an O(N) – invariant scalar quantum field theory in the presence of a nonvanishing expectation value of the quantum field. Using a systematic 1/N expansion of the 2PI effective action to next-to-leading order, we obtain nonperturbative evolution equations which include scattering and memory effects. The… (More)

- G. J. Aarts, S Kim, +4 authors J-I Skullerud
- Physical review letters
- 2011

We study the temperature dependence of bottomonium for temperatures in the range 0.4T(c) < T < 2.1T(c), using nonrelativistic dynamics for the bottom quark and full relativistic lattice QCD simulations for Nf = 2 light flavors on a highly anisotropic lattice. We find that the Υ is insensitive to the temperature in this range, while the χb propagators show a… (More)

- G. J. Aarts, Jürgen Berges
- Physical review letters
- 2002

We consider the time evolution of nonequilibrium quantum scalar fields in the O(N) model, using the next-to-leading order 1/N expansion of the two-particle irreducible effective action. A comparison with exact numerical simulations in 1+1 dimensions in the classical limit shows that the 1/N expansion gives quantitatively precise results already for moderate… (More)

- G. J. Aarts, C. R. Allton, Justin Foley, Simon J. Hands, Seyong Kim
- Physical review letters
- 2007

In lattice QCD, the maximum entropy method can be used to reconstruct spectral functions from Euclidean correlators obtained in numerical simulations. We show that at finite temperature the most commonly used algorithm, employing Bryan's method, is inherently unstable at small energies and gives a modification that avoids this. We demonstrate this approach… (More)

- G. J. Aarts, Gian Franco Bonini
- 2000

Nonperturbative dynamics of quantum fields out of equilibrium is often described by the time evolution of a hierarchy of correlation functions, using approximation methods such as Hartree, large Nf , and nPI-effective action techniques. These truncation schemes can be implemented equally well in a classical statistical system, where results can be tested by… (More)

- G. J. Aarts, Jose M. Mart́ınez Resco
- 2002

The prospects of extracting transport coefficients from euclidean lattice simulations are discussed. Some general comments on the reconstruction of spectral functions using the Maximal Entropy Method are given as well. 1. In field theory transport coefficients are proportional to the slope of appropriate spectral functions at zero frequency and zero spatial… (More)