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Strings and Gravity

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Strings and Gravity

Strings and Gravity

Tying The Forces Togehther

306 pages, parution le 24/03/2003


Since the revolution initiated by Einstein with his formulation of general relativity, the 20th century has witnessed remarkable developments in our understanding of the gravitational interaction. In particular, emergence of string theory as providing a framework, in which both a microscopic description of gravity and a unification of all fundamental forces might be consistently achieved, is probably one of the main theorical landmarks of the physics of the last fifteen years. Its implications have just begun to be uncovered.

This volume collects the contributions that were discussed at the meeting "Strings and Gravity : Tying the Forces Together", which took place in Brussels from October, 19th to October, 21st, 2001. This meeting gathered most of the top experts in this field for active discussions on the state-of-the-art in gravity, gauge and string theory. The contributions range from black holes and cosmological questions (string-inspired cosmological scenarios, dark energy and the fate of our universe, relaxation of the cosmological constant), to exotic low energy physics with large extra dimensions and more theoretical issues ii string theory and quantum gravity (gauge/gravity duality, D-branes, gauge invariance in cosmological spaces, more formal questions related to unitary and symmetry).

  • Asymptotic Symmetries of AdS2 Branes
  • Algebraic Dreams
  • Euler Multiplets and Light-Cone Supersymmetry
  • String Cosmology and Chaos
  • The Light Cone Open Supermembrane
  • D-branes in Curved Space
  • Gauge Invariance With Mass: Higher Spins in Cosmological spaces
  • On Electric Charge Non-Conservation in Brane World
  • The Bosonic Ancestor of Closed and Open Fermionic Strings
  • D-Branes and New Metrics of Special Holonomy
  • Supernovae and Dark Energy
  • Instantons and Circular Wilson Loops in Superconformal Yang-Mills Theory
  • Living With Ghosts
  • Toward a String Theory of Large-N QCD
  • Remarks on the Connection Between Trace Anomalies and Holography
  • From Big Crunch to Big Bang - Is It Possible?
  • Gravitational Thermodynamics of Schwarzschild de Sitter Space

L'auteur Marc Henneaux

Marc Henneaux received his doctoral degree in physics at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (VLB) in 1980. He held successively visiting, postdoctoral and research positions at the Universities of Princeton, Austin (Texas) and at the FNRS (Belgium). He was appointed Professor at the VLB in 1993 and was awarded the Francqui Prize (Belgium) in the year 2000.

L'auteur Alexander Sevrin

Alexander Sevrin got his physics degree at tht University of Gent in 1985. In 1988 he obtained his doctoral degree at the University of Leuven. In the following years he held post-doctoral positions at Stonji Brook (New York), Berkeley (California) and CERN (Geneva). In 1994 he was appointed as professor at tht Vrije Universiteit Rrussd (VUB).

Caractéristiques techniques du livre "Strings and Gravity"

Éditeur(s) De Boeck
Auteur(s) Marc Henneaux, Alexander Sevrin
Parution 24/03/2003
Nb. de pages 306
Format 19,5 x 25,5
Couverture Relié
Poids 980g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9782804140946
ISBN13 978-2-8041-4094-6

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