Introduction to D-branes

@inproceedings{ThorlaciusIntroductionTD,
  title={Introduction to D-branes},
  author={L{\'a}rus Thorlacius}
}
D-branes are string theory solitons defined by boundary conditions on open strings that end on them. They play an important role in the non-perturbative dynamics of string theory and have found a wide range of applications. These lectures give a basic introduction to D-branes and their dynamics. 

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