Gradient flow exact renormalization group 1
- July 5 (Tue) at 13:30 - 17:00, 2022 (JST)
- Prof. Hiroshi Suzuki (Professor, Graduate School of Science, Kyushu University)
- via Zoom
- Masaru Hongo
Wilson’s exact renormalization group (ERG), which tells how a system changes under the scale transformation, provides a fundamental framework to define quantum field theory even beyond the perturbation theory. It has however been known that it is difficult to preserve a manifest gauge symmetry in ERG because of the usage of the momentum cutoff in ERG. Here, we propose a possible modification of ERG, the gradient flow exact renormalization (GFERG), which preserves a manifest gauge symmetry being based on a gauge-covariant diffusion equation. I explain the basic idea and properties of GFERG. If time permits, I want to present a possible application of GFERG to the consideration of the axial anomaly.
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