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Maths HEP Lunchtime Seminars: Intersecting Brane Worlds and One Loop Amplitudes

Presented by Mark Goodsell (Durham),

13 January 2006 13:00 in CM221

"I shall motivate and describe the techniques required to calculate one-loop amplitudes of chiral intersection states in intersecting brane models, and the relationship with closed-string orbifold twisted state correlators. I shall then outline some new results, notably the appearance (and cancellation) of divergences in two-point functions, and the extension of the techniques to previously uncalculable diagrams, which in turn have implications for orbifold calculations."

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