Exotic Holographic Dispersion
For strongly interacting systems holographic duality is a powerful framework for computing e.g. dispersion relations to all orders in perturbation theory. Using the standard Reissner-Nordstöm black hole as a holographic model for a (strange) metal, we obtain exotic dispersion relations for both plasmon modes and quasinormal modes for certain intermediate values of the charge of the black hole. The obtained dispersion relations show dissipative behavior which we compare to the generic expectations from the Caldeira-Leggett model for quantum dissipation. Based on these considerations, we investigate how holography can predict higher order corrections for strongly coupled physics.
condensed matter physics