Supergravity at 40Oct, 26 2016 - Oct, 28 2016
Invited speakers: Laura Andrianopoli, Nikolay Bobev, John-Joseph Carrasco, Davide Cassani, Sergio Ferrara, Pietro Frè, Dan Freedman, Gary Gibbons, Michael Green, Adolfo Guarino, Murat Gunaydin, Chris Hull, Olaf Hohm, Alberto Lerda, Dieter Lüst, Dario Martelli, Hermann Nicolai, Yi Pang, Krzysztof Pilch, Chris Pope, Ergin Sezgin, Dimitrios Tsimpis, Stefan Vandoren, Peter Van Nieuwenhuizen, Thomas Van Riet, Jorge Zanelli
Eric Bergshoeff (Groningen U.), Anna Ceresole (INFN Turin), Gianguido DallAgata (Padua U.), Sergio Ferrara (CERN), Renata Kallosh (Stanford U.), Henning Samtleben (Lyon U. & ENS), Antoine Van Proeyen (KU Leuven)
Supergravity: what next?
On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the construction of the first supergravity action, the highlights of 40 years of supergravity research will be reviewed, and its expected impact on future research lines will be discussed. In parallel to this, the results of the workshop "Supergravity: what next?" will be presented.
- Cosmological applications to inflationary scenarios in relation with new observational data.
- Exceptional structures of supergravity, exotic branes, and non-geometric fluxes.
- Extensions of presently-known supergravities, including higher-derivative, or Dirac--Born--Infeld actions.
- Quantum supergravity, including the conclusions to be drawn from surprising finiteness results.
- Solutions of supergravity equations, including black holes and domain walls and implications for gauge-gravity dualities.
- Mathematical aspects of supergravity, including hidden symmetries and dualities.
|Oct, 28 2016 - 09:30||Mike Duff||Twin supergravities from squaring Yang-Mills||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 28 2016 - 10:00||Ergin Sezgin||11D supergravity and tensor hierarchy algebra||Seminar|
|Oct, 26 2016 - 14:30||Daniel Freedman||Project 3-point: an AdS/CFT Puzzle and its Resolution, Part I||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 26 2016 - 11:30||Krzysztof Pilch||Project 3-point: an AdS/CFT Puzzle and its Resolution, Part II||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 26 2016 - 15:30||Davide Cassani||Field theory partition functions from supergravity||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 26 2016 - 16:00||Thomas Van Riet||Brane-flux annihilation: a supergravity perspective||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 26 2016 - 17:00||Michael Green||Superstring Dualities and Superstring scattering amplitudes||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 26 2016 - 17:30||Stefan Vandoren||Black holes and supergravity, the next generation||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 09:30||Sergio Ferrara||Massive Gravitinos in Curved Space-Time||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 10:00||Chris Hull||Supergravity at 4,0||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 11:00||Dieter Lust||Non-Associative Flux Algebra in String and M-theory from Octonions||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 11:30||Dario Martelli||Supersymmetric solutions of supergravities and the gauge/gravity duality||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 12:00||Pietro Fre||Supergravity and the simple group PSL(2,7)||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 12:30||Nikolay Bobev||Holography for N=1* on S^4||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 14:30||Hermann Nicolai||Conformal anomalies and gravitational waves, or: is there a way to learn about the fundamental theory by looking at the sky?||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 15:00||Olaf Hohm||Is there something in between supergravity and string theory?||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 28 2016 - 11:00||Adolfo Guarino||Massive deformations and SL(2) angles from excep- tional field theory||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 28 2016 - 11:30||Yi Pang||N=3 AdS4 x M6 solution in Massive IIA Supergravity and Holography||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 28 2016 - 12:00||Jorge Zanelli||Supergraphity||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 28 2016 - 12:30||Alberto Lerda||Resumming Instantons in N=2* Theories||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 15:30||Chris Pope||alpha prime corrections and supersymmetry of special holonomy backgrounds in string theory||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 16:00||Laura Andrianopoli||Hidden gauge structure of supersymmetric free differential algebras||Seminar||Slides|
|Oct, 27 2016 - 17:00||Dimitrios Tsimpis||The action principle and the supersymmetrisation of the anomaly terms in eleven-dimensional supergravity||Seminar||Slides|