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Non-perturbative effects are responsible for the
essential dynamical features of the four-dimensional gauge theories such as
QCD. The N=2 supersymmetric four-dimensional theories are an interesting
class of models in which non-perturbative computations can be carried out with
arbitrary precision using localization of the path integrals. I will explain
the new exact non-perturbative results and the relation to classical and
quantum integrable systems for a large class of N=2 supersymmetric QCD.
In this talk, we will describe our recent
work. Recently, we focus on the thermodynamical property and time
dependence of entanglement entropy. Using holography, we found that the
entanglement entropy for a very small subsystem obeys a property which is
analogous to the first law of thermodynamics when we excite the system. In
relativistic setups, its effective temperature is proportional to the inverse
of the subsystem size. This provides a universal relationship between the
It is known that the correlator
of one axial and two vector currents, that receives leading contributions
through one-loop fermion triangle diagrams, is not modified by QCD radiative
corrections at two loops. It was suggested that this non-renormalization of the
VVA correlator persists in higher orders in perturbative QCD as well. To check
this assertion, I compute the three-loop QCD corrections to the
VAA-correlator using the technique of asymptotic expansions. I find that