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- Máximo Bañados, Claudio Teitelboim, Jorge Zanelli
- 2001

The standard Einstein-Maxwell equations in 2+1 spacetime dimensions , with a negative cosmological constant, admit a black hole solution. The 2+1 black hole-characterized by mass, angular momentum and charge, defined by flux integrals at infinity-is quite similar to its 3+1 counterpart. Anti-de Sitter space appears as a negative energy state separated by a… (More)

- Máximo Bañados, Marc Henneaux, Claudio Teitelboim, Jorge Zanelli
- 1993

The geometry of the spinning black holes of standard Einstein theory in 2+1 dimensions, with a negative cosmological constant and without couplings to matter, is analyzed in detail. It is shown that the black hole arises from identifications of points of anti-de Sitter space by a discrete subgroup of SO(2, 2). The generic black hole is a smooth manifold in… (More)

- Máximo Bañados, Thorsten Brotz, Miguel E. Ortiz
- 1998

We calculate the density of states of the 2+1 dimensional BTZ black hole in the micro-and grand-canonical ensembles. Our starting point is the relation between 2+1 dimensional quantum gravity and quantised Chern-Simons theory. In the micro-canonical ensemble, we find the Bekenstein–Hawking entropy by relating a Kac-Moody algebra of global gauge charges to a… (More)

- Máximo Bañados, Claudio Teitelboim, Jorge Zanelli
- 1993

Static, spherically symmetric solutions of the field equations for a particular dimensional continuation of general relativity with negative cosmological constant are studied. The action is, in odd dimensions, the Chern-Simons form for the anti-de Sitter group and, in even dimensions, the Euler density constructed with the Lorentz part of the anti-de Sitter… (More)

- Máximo Bañados
- 1995

We use the Regge-Teitelboim method to treat surface integrals in gauge theories to find global charges in Chern-Simons theory. We derive the affine and Virasoro generators as global charges associated with symmetries of the boundary. The role of boundary conditions is clarified. We prove that for diffeomorphisms that do not preserve the boundary there is a… (More)

- Máximo Bañados
- 2008

We review some aspects of three-dimensional quantum gravity with emphasis in the 'CFT → Geometry' map that follows from the Brown-Henneaux conformal algebra. The general solution to the classical equations of motion with anti-de Sitter boundary conditions is displayed. This solution is parametrized by two functions which become Virasoro operators after… (More)

Anti-de Sitter supergravity models are considered in three dimensions. Precise asymptotic conditions involving a chiral projection are given on the Rarita-Schwinger fields. Together with the known boundary conditions on the bosonic fields, these ensure that the asymptotic symmetry algebra is the superconformal algebra. The classical central charge is… (More)

- Máximo Bañados
- 1999

These notes are the written version of two lectures delivered at the VIII Mexican School on Particles and Fields on November 1998. The level of the notes is basic assuming only some knowledge on Statistical Mechanics, General Relativity and Yang-Mills theory. After a brief introduction to the classical and semiclassical aspects of black holes, we review… (More)

- M. Bañados, A. Schwimmer, S. Theisen
- 2004

We present a holographic treatment of Chern-Simons (CS) gravity theories in odd dimensions. We construct the associated holographic stress tensor and calculate the Weyl anomalies of the dual CFT.

- Tomás Andrade, Máximo Bañados, Rafael D Benguria, Andrés Gomberoff
- Physical review letters
- 2005

The 2+1 black hole coupled to a Maxwell field can be charged in two different ways. Besides a Coulomb field, whose potential grows logarithmically in the radial coordinate, there also exists a topological charge due to the existence of a noncontractible cycle. The topological charge does not gravitate and is somehow decoupled from the black hole. This… (More)