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- Jaume Gomis
- 1999

We study the D-brane spectrum of N = 2 string orbifold theories using the boundary state formalism. The construction is carried out for orbifolds with isolated singularities, non-isolated singularities and orbifolds with discrete torsion. Our results agree with the corresponding K-theoretic predictions when they are available and generalize them when they… (More)

We find a one-parameter family of new G2 holonomy metrics and demonstrate that it can be extended to a two-parameter family. These metrics play an important role as the supergravity dual of the large N limit of four dimensional supersymmetric Yang-Mills. We show that these G2 holonomy metrics describe the M theory lift of the supergravity solution… (More)

- Jaume Gomis, Giuseppe Milanesi, Jorge G. Russo
- 2008

We construct the totally antisymmetric structure constants f of a 3algebra with a Lorentzian bi-invariant metric starting from an arbitrary semisimple Lie algebra. The structure constants f can be used to write down a maximally superconformal 3d theory that incorporates the expected degrees of freedom of multiple M2 branes, including the “center-of-mass”… (More)

- Duiliu-Emanuel Diaconescu, Michael R. Douglas, Jaume Gomis
- 1998

We discuss the " fractional D-branes " which arise in orbifold resolution. We argue that they arise as subsectors of the Coulomb branch of the quiver gauge theory used to describe both string theory D-brane and Matrix theory on an orbifold, and thus must form part of the full physical Hilbert space. We make further observations confirming their… (More)

We show that all half-BPS Wilson loop operators in N = 4 SYM – which are labeled by Young tableaus – have a gravitational dual description in terms of D5-branes or alternatively in terms of D3-branes in AdS5×S. We prove that the insertion of a half-BPS Wilson loop operator in the N = 4 SYM path integral is achieved by integrating out the degrees of freedom… (More)

- Jaume Gomis
- 2000

We construct a Galilean invariant non-gravitational closed string theory whose excitations satisfy a non-relativistic dispersion relation. This theory can be obtained by taking a consistent low energy limit of any of the conventional string theories, including the heterotic string. We give a finite first order worldsheet Hamiltonian for this theory and show… (More)

- Jaume Gomis, Amir Jafari Salim, Filippo Passerini
- 2008

We write down a maximally supersymmetric one parameter deformation of the field theory action of Bagger and Lambert. We show that this theory on R × T 2 is invariant under the superalgebra of the maximally supersymmetric Type IIB plane wave. It is argued that this theory holographically describes the Type IIB plane wave in the discrete light-cone… (More)

- Jaume Gomis, Diego Rodŕıguez-Gómez, Mark Van Raamsdonk, Herman L. Verlinde
- 2008

We test the proposals for the worldvolume theory of M2-branes by studying its maximally supersymmetric mass-deformation. We check the simplest prediction for the massdeformed theory on N M2-branes: that there should be a set of discrete vacua in one-toone correspondence with partitions on N . For the mass-deformed Lorentzian three-algebra theory, we find… (More)

The effect of fluxes on open string moduli is studied by analyzing the constraints imposed by supersymmetry on D-branes in type IIB flux backgrounds. We show that generically the conditions of supersymmetry cannot be maintained when moving along the geometrical moduli space of the brane, so that open string moduli are lifted. We argue that there is a… (More)

- Jaume Gomis
- 2000

We find the orbifold analog of the topological relation recently found by Freed and Witten which restricts the allowed D-brane configurations of Type II vacua with a topologically non-trivial flat B-field. The result relies in Douglas proposal – which we derive from worldsheet consistency conditions – of embedding projective representations on open string… (More)