# Wetting critical behavior within the Lindblad dissipative dynamics

@inproceedings{Artiaco2022WettingCB, title={Wetting critical behavior within the Lindblad dissipative dynamics}, author={Claudia Artiaco and Andrea Nava and Michele Fabrizio}, year={2022} }

We investigate the critical behavior, both in space and time, of the wetting interface within the coexistence region around the ﬁrst-order phase transition of a fully-connected quantum Ising model in a slab geometry. For that, we employ the Lindblad master equation in which temperature is inherited by the coupling to a dissipative bath rather than being a functional parameter as in the conventional Cahn’s free energy. Lindblad’s approach gives not only access to the dissipative dynamics and…

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