Conformal symmetry of the critical 3D Ising model inside a sphere

@article{Cosme2015ConformalSO,
  title={Conformal symmetry of the critical 3D Ising model inside a sphere},
  author={Catarina Martins Cosme and J. Viana Lopes and Jo{\~a}o Penedones},
  journal={Journal of High Energy Physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={2015},
  pages={1-15}
}
A bstractWe perform Monte-Carlo simulations of the three-dimensional Ising model at the critical temperature and zero magnetic field. We simulate the system in a ball with free boundary conditions on the two dimensional spherical boundary. Our results for one and two point functions in this geometry are consistent with the predictions from the conjectured conformal symmetry of the critical Ising model. 

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