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Abstract We find a family of complete non-linear Kaluza-Klein reduction ansätze from type IIB supergravity to Romans’ 6D F (4) gauged supergravity in the bosonic sector. The reduction is over a sphere S2 and a Riemann surface Σ, and depends on a pair of arbitrary locally holomorphic functions \( {\mathcal{A}}_{\pm } \) on Σ. This family of reductions is inspired by the recent...

Abstract We use the recently developed framework of the Mellin bootstrap to study perturbatively free scalar CFTs in arbitrary dimensions. This approach uses the crossing-symmetric Mellin space formulation of correlation functions to generate algebraic bootstrap equations by demanding that only physical operators contribute to the OPE. We find that there are no perturbatively...

We analyze large logarithmic corrections to 4D black hole entropy and relate them to the Weyl anomaly. We use duality to show that counter-terms in EinsteinMaxwell theory can be expressed in terms of geometry alone, with no dependence on matter terms. We analyze the two known \( \mathcal{N} \) = 2 supersymmetric invariants for various non-supersymmetric black holes and find that...

Collapsing shells form horizons, and when the curvature is small classical general relativity is believed to describe this process arbitrarily well. On the other hand, quantum information theory based (fuzzball/firewall) arguments suggest the existence of some structure at the black hole horizon. This structure can only form if classical general relativity stops being the correct...

We give an introductory review of gauge/gravity duality, and associated ideas of holography, emphasising the conceptual aspects. The opening sections gather the ingredients, viz. anti-de Sitter spacetime, conformal field theory and string theory, that we need for presenting, in Sect. 5, the central and original example: Maldacena’s AdS/CFT correspondence. Sections 6 and 7 develop...

Lange, **Daniel** **R**. **Mayerson** and Bert Vercnocke
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We investigate the structure of smooth and horizonless microstate geometries in six dimensions, in the spirit of the five

We compute four-derivative corrections to the AdS supergravity actions arising from the near-horizon geometry of N M5-branes wrapped on either one or two Riemann surfaces. This setup features the novel presence of both gauged isometries as well as nontrivial hypermultiplets. We argue that the 5d Chern-Simons terms receive not only higher-derivative corrections but also...

AbstractWe study the fate of two-centered D1-D5 systems on T 4 away from the singular supergravity point in the moduli space. We do this by considering a background D1-D5 black hole with a self-dual B-field moduli turned on and treating the second center in the probe limit in this background. We find that in general marginal bound states at zero moduli become metastable at finite...

Abstract We investigate the phase space of multi-centered near-extremal configurations previously studied in arXiv:1108.5821 [1] and arXiv:1110.5641 [2] in the probe limit. We confirm that in general the energetically favored ground state of the multi-center potential, which can be a single or multi-center configuration, has the most entropy and is thus thermodynamically stable...