Speakers and Talks
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Organizing Committee:

Chong-Sun Chu (NTHU/Durham)
Robert de Mello Koch (Witwatersrand)
Sanjaye Ramgoolam (QMUL)
Douglas Smith (Durham)
last updated: 11/04/2013

Symmetry and Geometry of Branes 

in String/M Theory  

Monday 28th January - Friday 1st Februray 2013
Durham University, Durham, UK

   Speakers and Talks:

David Berenstein
Giant gravitons: a collective coordinate approach
David Berman
Generalised Geometry and M-theory I
Pawel Caputa Three-point functions with giant gravitons
Chong-Sun Chu A proposal of a non-abelian theory of multiple M5-branes
Jose Miguel Figueroa-O'Farrill Homogeneity of supergravity backgrounds
Kazuo Hosomichi Seiberg-Witten theories on Ellipsoids
Yusuke Kimura Non-planar correlation functions and Brauer basis
Robert de Mello Koch From symmetric groups to giant gravitons
Neil Lambert Making Up for Lost Time: A 5D Euclidean view of the M5 brane
Kanghoon Lee Stringy Unification of Type IIA and IIB Supergravities under N = 2 D = 10 Supersymmetric Double Field Theory
Kimyeong Lee New 5d Supersymmetric Field Theories on M5
George Papadopoulos Supersymmetric backgrounds and multiple 5-branes
Malcolm Perry Generalised Geometry and M-theory II
Sanjaye Ramgoolam Quivers as Calculators
Christian Saemann Geometry of Higher Yang-Mills Fields
Joan Simon Aspects of (near-)extremal black holes
Douglas Smith Moduli space of dyonic instantons in 5d SYM
Dmitri Sorokin Action for non-abelian dual fields in 6d
Richard Szabo Quantization of non-geometric flux backgrounds
Martin Wolf Non-Abelian Self-Dual Tensor Field Theories from Twistor Space