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Inflation from branes at angles

@article{GarcaBellido2003InflationFB,
  title={Inflation from branes at angles},
  author={Juan Garc{\'i}a-Bellido},
  journal={arXiv: Astrophysics},
  year={2003}
}
In this lecture I will review the present status of inflation within string-based brane-world scenarios. The idea is to start from a supersymmetric configuration with two parallel static Dp-branes, and slightly break the supersymmetry conditions to produce a very flat potential for the field that parametrises the distance between the branes, i.e. the inflaton field. This breaking can be achieved in various ways. I will describe one of the simplest examples described in Ref. [1]: two almost… 
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