Analogs of fundamental physical phenomena can be used in two ways. One way consists in reproducing specific aspects of the classical or quantum gravity of quantum fields in curved space or of other high-energy scenarios on lower-energy corresponding systems. The "reverse way" consists in building fundamental physical theories, for instance, quantum gravity models, inspired by the lower-energy corresponding systems. Here, we present the case of graphene and other Dirac materials.

Hunting Quantum Gravity with Analogs: The Case of Graphene

Alfredo Iorio
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Luca Smaldone
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2022-01-01

Abstract

Analogs of fundamental physical phenomena can be used in two ways. One way consists in reproducing specific aspects of the classical or quantum gravity of quantum fields in curved space or of other high-energy scenarios on lower-energy corresponding systems. The "reverse way" consists in building fundamental physical theories, for instance, quantum gravity models, inspired by the lower-energy corresponding systems. Here, we present the case of graphene and other Dirac materials.
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