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  1. Resolution of the singularity in Gregory-Laflamme transition through Matrix Model Takeshi Morita Tata Institute of Fundamental Research based on collaboration with M. Mahato, G. Mandal and S. Wadia (work in progress)

  2. Introduction and Motivation ・ Dynamical time evolutions of gravity and naked singularities. Big ban singularity, Black hole evaporation, Gregory-Laflamme transition, ・・・ General relativity cannot describe the process beyond the singularity. cf. Cauchy problem, Initial value problem ・ Conjecture: Quantum effects of gravity will make smooth these singularities. Q. How can string theory answer this problem? In this study, we considered this problem in the Gregory-Laflamme transition by using the gauge/gravity correspondence. cf. Big ban singularity, A Matrix Big Ban, Craps-Sethi-Verlinde (2005)

  3. Gregory-Laflamme transition Gregory-Laflamme (1993) 時空が コンパクト化しているときの2つの重力解 Black string Black hole ・ Stability of the solutions Transition from unstable BS to BH is called Gregory-Laflamme transition (We are considering the near extremal limit.)

  4. Gregory-Laflamme transition Gregory-Laflamme (1993) ・Horowitz-Maeda conjecture (2001) If we assume that there are no singularities outside the horizon, the classical event horizon cannot pinch off at any finite affine time. Start from unstable BS ( ) Infinite affine time near extremal case Infinite affine time Infinite asymptotic time (natural time for the gauge theory)

  5. Gauge/Gravity correspondence cf. 疋田さんのレビュー Gravity Gauge theory(2D SYM) Gregory-Laflamme transition Gross-Witten-Wadia transition 1/N effect quantum effect By considering the time evolution of the gauge theory, we evaluate the time evolution of the Gregory-Laflamme transition and show how quantum effects resolve the naked singularity.

  6. Gauge/Gravity correspondence Susskind (1998), Aharony, Marsano, Minwalla, Wiseman (2004) + Papadodimas, Raamsdonk (2005) Gravity Gauge theory(2D SYM) IIA gravity on 1d SYM (Matrix theory) with T-dual on the direction N D-particles on 2d U(N) SYM(D1-branes) on radius: radius:

  7. Gauge/Gravity correspondence Aharony, Marsano, Minwalla, Wiseman (2004) + Papadodimas, Raamsdonk (2005) ・ Phases of 2d SYM Order parameter: Eigen value density of the Wilson loop along the . GWW type transition ungapped phase gapped phase BS/BH transition BS BH 依存性も一致

  8. Matrix Model description ・ c=1 matrix model (SYMは解くのが難しいので、、、) According to the universality, the effective theory near the critical point will be described by c=1 matrix model with the inverse harmonic potential. : We fix L and N. Fermi energy

  9. Matrix Model description ・ c=1 matrix model Eigen value density: i-th Eigen value of M:

  10. Matrix Model description ・ c=1 matrix model Eigen value density: i-th Eigen value of M: BS/BH transition

  11. Forcing and time evolution If we replace the constant a as a time dependent increasing function a(t), then we can naively expect the transition happen when t=t*.

  12. Forcing and time evolution ・ Forcing and time evolution It is natural to guess that this gauge theory process corresponds to the following gravity process However, through the argument in the Horowitz-Maeda conjecture:, the transition doesn’t happen in the classical gravity, because of the naked singularity. On the other hand, if we consider quantum effects, something will happen around t=t*.

  13. Classical time evolution of the matrix (Large-N limit)

  14. Classical time evolution of the matrix Universal late time behavior : model dependent constant. : universal part : non-universal parts We found that in case the transition happens, this behavior is universal!! Independent of the detail of a(t), forcing (for example ) and unitary matrix models behave like this too. The transition (the gap arises) happens at Consistent!! Horowitz-Maeda conjecture

  15. Quantum time evolution of the matrix (Finite N)

  16. Quantum time evolution of the matrix ・ a=constant We can solve Schrodinger equations by using parabolic cylinder function. (Moore 1992) ・ Eigen value density: infinite N matrix model finite N matrix model The densities are made smooth through the 1/N effects.

  17. Quantum time evolution of the matrix ・ Since the energy spectrum is discrete, we can apply adiabatic approximation if a(t) satisfies: Then we obtain the wave function is obtained by Time evolution of eigen value density

  18. Quantum time evolution of the matrix ・ Comparison to the infinite N Time evolution of finite N matrix model Time evolution of infinite N matrix model

  19. Quantum time evolution of the matrix ・ Conjecture on the gravity Classical gravity Infinite asymptotic time Quantum gravity

  20. Transition from BH to BS

  21. Start from unstable BH ( ) Similar to the two black hole collision Non-singular process → finite time

  22. Classical time evolution of the matrix ・ gapped to ungapped transition

  23. Classical time evolution of the matrix ・ gapped to ungapped transition finite time The transition happens always in finite time. But we have not found the equation describing the transition. It seems that this result is consistent with BH to BS transition.

  24. Summary of our Result ・ Gauge theory gapped phase ungapped phase 1. If N is infinite, infinite time is necessary for the transition. 2. If N is finite, the transition happens in finite time. 3. If we consider the opposite process (gapped to ungapped), the transition happen in finite time. Quantum effect 1/N effect ・ Known facts in gravity 1. Horowitz-Maeda conjecture: In classical general relativity, infinite time is necessary for the GL transition to avoid the naked singularity. 2. Quantum effect would make smooth the naked singularity. 3. The transition from BH to BS happens without any singularity.

  25. このモデルの問題点 • M~U (Wilson loog)低エネルギーでは adjoint scalarもmasslessで効いてくる。cf. Azeyanagi-Hanada-Hirata-Shimada • 1 Matrix → Multi-Matrix? • c=1 Matrix modelの相転移は3次。GL transitionの次数は次元による。 • 10次元ではおそらく一次相転移 • ( 2D SYMも1st order transitionの可能性が高い)高次元(D>10)の重力のtoy model? • 時間発展の定性的な性質は相転移の次数によるか?

  26. Toward the derivation of the effective matrix model from 2d SYM

  27. Toward the derivation of the effective matrix model from 2d SYM Our matrix model Fundamental theory: 2d SYM on S1 • Is it possible to derive the matrix model from 2d SYM? • What is ‘a’? We attempt to solve this problem in weak coupling analysis and mean field approximation. Condensation of the adjoint scalars may give the potential. (Work in progress…)

  28. Conclusion • We found that the one matrix model can reproduce the time evolution of the classical gravity qualitatively in the large N limit. • The singular behavior is resolved by 1/N effect. • The matrix model may be derived from 2d SYM through the condensation. Future Work • Complete the derivation of the matrix model from 2d SYM. • Construction of more realistic model (including interaction, adjoint scalar) • Calculation in gravity side and comparison to matrix model result • Quantum evolution without the adiabatic approximation. • Including Hawking Radiation. • Application to other singular system. black hole evaporation.