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Fermions in AdS and Gross-Neveu BCFT

@inproceedings{Giombi2021FermionsIA,
  title={Fermions in AdS and Gross-Neveu BCFT},
  author={Simone Giombi and Elizabeth Helfenberger and Himanshu Khanchandani},
  year={2021}
}
We study the boundary critical behavior of conformal field theories of interacting fermions in the Gross-Neveu universality class. By a Weyl transformation, the problem can be studied by placing the CFT in an anti de Sitter space background. After reviewing some aspects of free fermion theories in AdS, we use both large N methods and the epsilon expansion near 2 and 4 dimensions to study the conformal boundary conditions in the Gross-Neveu CFT. At large N and general dimension d, we find three… 

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