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Theory and Experiments for Disordered Elastic Manifolds, Depinning, Avalanches, and Sandpiles

@inproceedings{Wiese2021TheoryAE,
  title={Theory and Experiments for Disordered Elastic Manifolds, Depinning, Avalanches, and Sandpiles},
  author={Kay Joerg Wiese},
  year={2021}
}
  • K. Wiese
  • Published 1 February 2021
  • Physics
Domain walls in magnets, vortex lattices in superconductors, contact lines at depinning, and many other systems can be modelled as an elastic system subject to quenched disorder. Its field theory possesses a well-controlled perturbative expansion around its upper critical dimension. Contrary to standard field theory, the renormalization group flow involves a function, the disorder correlator $\Delta(w)$, therefore termed the functional renormalization group (FRG). $\Delta(w)$ is a physical… Expand
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