Found 8 result(s)
Regular Seminar Chris Hull (Imperial College)
at: 14:00 room G.O. Jones 610  abstract: One of the ways in which string theory differs from conventional field theories is that it has duality symmetries, which allow the construction of socalled nongeometric backgrounds, such as Tfolds which have Tduality transition functions. String theory on a torus requires the introduction of dual coordinates conjugate to string winding number. This leads to physics and novel geometry in a doubled space, with nontrivial dynamics in the full doubled spacetime. The geometry and physics of doubled spacetime will be developed and discussed. 
Regular Seminar Christopher Hull (Imperial College London)
at: 13:15 room 423  abstract:

String Theory & Geometry Seminar Chris Hull (Imperial)
at: 14:00 room Blackett 630  abstract:

String Theory & Geometry Seminar Chris Hull (IC)
at: 13:00 room H408  abstract: String Theory and Geometry Seminar 
String Theory & Geometry Seminar Chris Hull (Imperial College)
at: 13:00 room 408 Huxley building  abstract:

String Theory & Geometry Seminar Chris Hull (Imperial College)
at: 13:00 room CLORE LECTURE THEATRE, Huxley building  abstract:

Regular Seminar Chris Hull (IC)
at: 14:00 room 112  abstract:

Regular Seminar Christopher Hull (Imperial College London)
at: 17:00 room H503  abstract:
