This third workshop of the Perimeter Institute series Emergence and Entanglement will center around four major frontiers in quantum matter research: (i) topological matter including recently discovered phases in three dimensions and new routes toward experimental realization (ii) critical states of matter especially interacting CFTs in 2+1 dimensions and dualities (iii) stateoftheart numerical approaches to tackle such manybody problems (e.g. DMRG MERA Monte Carlo) and (iv) quantum dynamics and thermalization.
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Theory of a Planckian metal with a remnant Fermi surface.
Subir Sachdev Harvard University

Twisted foliated fracton order
Xie Chen California Institute of Technology

Landau ordering and other phase transitions beyond the Landau paradigm
Senthil Todadri Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)  Department of Physics

QED and quantum magnetism in (2+1)d
Chong Wang Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics


Shadow of complex fixed point: Approxmiate conformality of Q>4 Potts model
Han Ma Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

On the relation between the magnitude and exponent of OTOCs
Yingfei Gu Harvard University

Firewalls vs. Scrambling
Beni Yoshida Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics

Theory of entanglement phase transitions and natural error correction in quantum circuits with measurement
Ehud Altman University of California, Berkeley

Onset of Random Matrix Statistics in Scrambling Systems
Hrant Gharibyan Stanford University

When quantuminformation scrambling met quasiprobabilities
Nicole Yunger Halpern National Institute of Standards & Technology

Multipole gauge theories and fractons
Andrey Gromov University of California, Berkeley