## Reparametrization Modes in CFTs & Applications

Felix Haehl

Member, School of Natural Sciences, Institute for Advanced Study

February 14, 2020

Felix Haehl

Member, School of Natural Sciences, Institute for Advanced Study

February 14, 2020

Jonathan Frankle

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

February 13, 2020

Jared Weinstein

Boston University

February 13, 2020

Joan Bruna

New York University; Member, School of Mathematics

February 11, 2020

Robert Robere

Member, School of Mathematics

February 11, 2020

Walter Goldberger

Yale University

February 10, 2020

I develop an effective theory which describes black holes with quantum

mechanical horizons that is valid at scales long compared to the

Schwarzschild radius but short compared to the lifetime of the black

hole. The formalism allows one to calculate the quantum mechanical

effects in scattering processes involving black hole asymptotic states.

The EFT Wightman functions which describe Hawking radiation in the Unruh

vacuum are not Planck suppressed and are actually enhanced relative to

mechanical horizons that is valid at scales long compared to the

Schwarzschild radius but short compared to the lifetime of the black

hole. The formalism allows one to calculate the quantum mechanical

effects in scattering processes involving black hole asymptotic states.

The EFT Wightman functions which describe Hawking radiation in the Unruh

vacuum are not Planck suppressed and are actually enhanced relative to

Michael Krivelevich

Tel Aviv University

February 10, 2020

Jacopo De Simoi

University of Toronto

February 10, 2020

Peter Sarnak

Professor, School of Mathematics

February 10, 2020

The geometric optics trace formula gives the singular support of wave trace on a compact Riemannian manifold. In the case of of a one dimensional singular manifold, that is a metric (or quantum) graph, this formula is exact and yields a crystalline measure generalizing the Poisson and related Summation Formulae.

Prahladh Harsha

Tata Institute of Fundamental Research

February 6, 2020