High Energy Theory Seminar - IAS - Abhijit Gadde, California Institute of Technology - “(0,2) Trialities”
Motivated by the connection between 4-manifolds and 2d N=(0,2) theories, we study the dynamics of a fairly large class of 2d N=(0,2) gauge theories. We see that physics of such theories is very rich, much as the physics of 4d N=1 theories. We discover a new type of duality that is very reminiscent of the 4d Seiberg duality. Surprisingly, the new 2d duality is an operation of order three. We study the low energy physics and use elliptic genus to detect dynamical supersymmetry breaking.
Location: Bloomberg Lecture Hall - Institute for Advanced Study
Date/Time: 11/11/13 at 2:30 pm - 11/11/13 at 3:30 pm
Category: High Energy Theory Seminar