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General Kerr–NUT–AdS metrics in all dimensions
The Kerr–AdS metric in dimension D has cohomogeneity [D/2]; the metric components depend on the radial coordinate r and [D/2] latitude variables μi that are subject to the constraint ∑iμ2i = 1. We
Consistent Kaluza-Klein sphere reductions
We study the circumstances under which a Kaluza-Klein reduction on an n-sphere, with a massless truncation that includes all the Yang-Mills fields of $\mathrm{SO}(n+1),$ can be consistent at the full
Rotating black holes in gauged supergravities: Thermodynamics, supersymmetric limits, topological solitons and time machines
We study the thermodynamics of the recently-discovered non-extremal charged rotating black holes of gauged supergravities in five, seven and four dimensions, obtaining energies, angular momenta and
Symmetric potentials of gauged supergravities in diverse dimensions and Coulomb branch of gauge theories
A class of conformally flat and asymptotically anti--de Sitter geometries involving profiles of scalar fields is studied from the point of view of gauged supergravity. The scalars involved in the
Higher dimensional origin of D = 3 coset symmetries
It is well known that the toroidal dimensional reduction of supergravities gives rise in three dimensions to theories whose bosonic sectors are described purely in terms of scalar degrees of freedom,
Gauged Six-Dimensional Supergravity from Massive Type IIA String Theory
We obtain the complete nonlinear Kaluza-Klein ansatz for the reduction of the bosonic sector of massive type IIA supergravity to the Romans F(4) gauged supergravity in six dimensions. The latter