## 36 Citations

### Type-IIA flux compactifications and N=4 gauged supergravities

- Mathematics
- 2009

We establish the precise correspondence between Type-IIA flux compactifications preserving an exact or spontaneously broken = 4 supersymmetry in four dimensions, and gaugings of their effective = 4…

### 6D (1,1) gauged supergravities from orientifold compactifications

- MathematicsJournal of High Energy Physics
- 2020

We study dimensional reductions of M-theory/type II strings down to 6D in the presence of fluxes and spacetime filling branes and orientifold planes of different types. We classify all inequivalent…

### Lobotomy of flux compactifications

- Mathematics
- 2014

A bstractWe provide the dictionary between four-dimensional gauged supergravity and type II compactifications on $ \mathbb{T} $6 with metric and gauge fluxes in the absence of supersymmetry breaking…

### Lobotomy of ux compactications

- Mathematics
- 2014

We provide the dictionary between four-dimensional gauged supergravity and type II compactications on T 6 with metric and gauge uxes in the absence of supersym- metry breaking sources, such as branes…

### Low Energy Supersymmetry from Non-Geometry

- Physics
- 2007

We study a class of flux compactifications that have all the moduli stabilised, a high (GUT) string scale and a low (TeV) gravitino mass that is generated dynamically. These non-geometric…

### On general flux backgrounds with localized sources

- Physics
- 2007

We derive new consistency conditions for string compactifications with generic fluxes (RR, NSNS, geometrical) and localized sources (D-branes, NS-branes, KK-monopoles). The constraints are all…

### Exploring double field theory

- Physics
- 2013

A bstractWe consider a flux formulation of Double Field Theory in which fluxes are dynamical and field-dependent. Gauge consistency imposes a set of quadratic constraints on the dynamical fluxes,…

### KK-monopoles and G-structures in M-theory/type IIA reductions

- Geology
- 2014

A bstractWe argue that M-theory/massive IIA backgrounds including KK-monopoles are suitably described in the language of G-structures and their intrinsic torsion. To this end, we study classes of…

### Simple de Sitter solutions

- Mathematics
- 2008

We present a framework for de Sitter model building in type IIA string theory, illustrated with specific examples. We find metastable dS minima of the potential for moduli obtained from a…

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- Physics
- 1999

The low energy effective action describing the standard Kaluza-Klein reduction of heterotic string theory on a d-torus possesses a manifest O(d,d+16) symmetry. We consider generalized Scherk-Schwarz…

### New supersymmetric string compactifications

- Mathematics, Physics
- 2003

We describe a new class of supersymmetric string compactifications to 4d Minkowski space. These solutions involve type II strings propagating on (orientifolds of) non Calabi-Yau spaces in the…

### Gauging of Flat Groups in Four Dimensional Supergravity

- Physics, Mathematics
- 2002

We show that N = 8 spontaneously broken supergravity in four dimensions obtained by Scherk-Schwarz generalized dimensional reduction can be obtained from a pure four dimensional perspective by…

### Hierarchies from fluxes in string compactifications

- Mathematics
- 2002

Warped compactifications with significant warping provide one of the few known mechanisms for naturally generating large hierarchies of physical scales. We demonstrate that this mechanism is…

### D terms from D-branes, gauge invariance and moduli stabilization in flux compactifications

- Mathematics
- 2006

We elucidate the structure of D terms in = 1 orientifold compactifications with fluxes. As a case study, we consider a simple orbifold of the type-IIA theory with D6-branes at angles, O6-planes and…

### More Dual Fluxes and Moduli Fixing

- Mathematics
- 2006

We generalize the recent proposal that invariance under T-duality leads to additional non-geometric fluxes required so that superpotentials in type IIA and type IIB orientifolds match. We show that…