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The maximal D = 4 supergravities
All maximal supergravities in four space-time dimensions are presented. The ungauged Lagrangians can be encoded in an E_7(7)\Sp(56,R)/GL(28) matrix associated with the freedom of performingExpand
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Magnetic charges in local field theory
Novel lagrangians are discussed in which (non-abelian) electric and magnetic gauge fields appear on a par. To ensure that these lagrangians describe the correct number of degrees of freedom, tensorExpand
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On Lagrangians and gaugings of maximal supergravities
A consistent gauging of maximal supergravity requires that the T-tensor transforms according to a specific representation of the duality group. The analysis of viable gaugings is thus amenable toExpand
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The maximal D = 5 supergravities
Abstract The general Lagrangian for maximal supergravity in five spacetime dimensions is presented with vector potentials in the 27 ¯ and tensor fields in the 27 representation of E 6 ( 6 ) . ThisExpand
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R-R scalars, U-duality and solvable Lie algebras☆
We consider the group theoretical properties of R-R scalars of string theories in the low-energy supergravity limit and relate them to the solvable Lie subalgebra Gs ⊂ U of the U-duality algebra thatExpand
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Type II supergravity origin of dyonic gaugings
Dyonic gaugings of four-dimensional supergravity typically exhibit a richer vacuum structure compared to their purely electric counterparts, but their higher-dimensional origin often remains moreExpand
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The N > 2 supersymmetric AdS vacua in maximal supergravity
We perform a systematic search for anti-de Sitter vacua of maximal supergravity with N > 2 residual supersymmetries. We find that maximal supergravity admits two 1-parameter classes of N = 3 and N =Expand
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Evidence for a family of SO8 gauged supergravity theories.
In this note we discuss the classification of duality orbits of N=8 gauged supergravity models. Using tensor classifiers, we show that there is a one-parameter family of inequivalent SO(8) gaugedExpand
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First order description of black holes in moduli space
We show that the second order field equations characterizing extremal solutions for spherically symmetric, stationary black holes are in fact implied by a system of first order equations given inExpand
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Gauged Supergravities.
We give a general review of extended supergravities and their gauging using the duality-covariant embedding tensor formalism. Although the focus is on four-dimensional theories, an overview of theExpand
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