M‐theory and gauged supergravities

@article{Roest2004MtheoryAG,
  title={M‐theory and gauged supergravities},
  author={D. van der Roest},
  journal={Fortschritte der Physik},
  year={2004},
  volume={53}
}
  • D. Roest
  • Published 23 August 2004
  • Physics
  • Fortschritte der Physik
We present a pedagogical discussion of the emergence of gauged supergravities from M‐theory. First, a review of maximal supergravity and its global symmetries and supersymmetric solutions is given. Next, different procedures of dimensional reduction are explained: reductions over a torus, a group manifold and a coset manifold and reductions with a twist. Emphasis is placed on the consistency of the truncations, the resulting gaugings and the possibility to generate field equations without an… 

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