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I was curious to know what the perception of quantum chaos is. It seems a bit on the fringe, but at the same time it seems interesting. An adviser I'm considering working for works on both solid state physics applications and does some theoretical work in quantum chaos, so I'm wondering if I should explore it or steer clear.

Thanks!

EDIT: I didn't know what to do for the thread prefix, I have advanced background so I don't really want watered down views on the subject but at the same time this is not a specific technical inquiry.

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# A The state of quantum chaos?

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